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The FC Barcelona members have now received the new edition of the REVISTA BARÇA in digital format via the Infosocis bulletin. The publication is also available on the Socis APP and the Club's website and be read on computer or any mobile device such as tablet or smartphone.
Edition number 110 of the REVISTA BARÇA dedicates its cover and main feature to the January arrivals to coach Xavi Hernández's first team squad. The transfer window was a record breaking one for the Club as four signing is the most in its history in the winter market.
The latest edition of the magazine takes a look at previous winter acquisitions and profiles the new quartet of signings: Adama Traoré, Dani Alves, Ferran Torres and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Staying with football, the latest edition also looks at the new tradition at the Club of handing a chronological number to all the players who over the years have made their debuts for the first team after coming up through the youth system at Barça since 1979 and the opening of La Masia.
The features on football conclude with a look at Alexia Putellas' award as The Best and the victory for the women's team in the Spanish Super Cup.
As for basketball, the 110th edition of the REVISTA BARÇA takes in Barça's Copa del Rey win over Real Madrid and a look at the generation of young players coming through lead by Caicedo, Ubal, Villar, Nnaji and Bonilla.
Still focusing on the professional sections, the magazine also casts its eye over Edu Castro's 200 games in charge of the roller hockey side and Ferrao being named the best futsal player in the world.
Joan Morral, the longest surviving blaugrana
On an institutional level, the REVISTA BARÇA also has a feature on Joan Morral, the longest surviving first team player at FC Barcelona. Now 100 years old, Morral played for Barça more than 80 years ago and the report looks at his life on and off the field including a brush with the war and a knee injury that ended his career.
Another report centres on the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Barça stadium at Les Corts. The first brick was laid in February 1922 and construction was completed in just three months. The ground was the home for the blaugranes until the arrival of Camp Nou in 1957.
Finally, there is an interview with Juan Carlos Unzué who describes his battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The former Barça keeper and member of the coaching staff thanks the Club for the support received after he was diagnosed two years ago with the neurodegenerative disease. His courage and optimism have led him to be a spokesman in the battle against the condition which presents constant challenges to those who suffer from it.
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