[NEW UPDATE] FC Barcelona vs Harimau Malaya This August?

FC Barcelona stated that they will be coming to Malaysia on 10 August 2013 for their pre-season Asian Tour. They will be playing with Harimau Malaya. However, there are some news stating FC Barcelona's visit might not be true. 'Follow this story' for more updates about this match.

  • Barcelona did not inform FAM about KL visit

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    • The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are not aware that Primera Liga side Barcelona from Spain will play against the national squad in August.

    • BARCELONA have been accused of being disrespectful to the FA of Malaysia (FAM) after making a unilateral announcement to visit Kuala Lumpur without consulting the national governing body.

  • Nani's red card. Did he deserve it?

    • An outraged Man United fan is so disgusted with the referee's decision to send off Nani in Tuesday's Champions League clash he calls 999.

    • "It's no joke. In this case, the man realised his bad judgement and apologised and we decided not to pursue it further,"

    • The Manchester United midfielder seemingly had his eyes on the ball but the Turkish official deemed it dangerous play and reduced the hosts to ten men.

    • Had Cuneyt Cakir merely cautioned Nani and dismissed Rafael then United fans would have felt hard done by - but not cheated as they did with the dismissal of Nani.

    • Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane believes referee Cuneyt Cakir "made the right call" when he sent off Nani in Tuesday night's Champions League battle with Real Madrid at Old Trafford.

  • Real Madrid won the UEFA Champions League Round 16

    • Since Ronaldo has felt the heat from United fans for the last four years since his £80 million transfer to Madrid, it would have been well within his right to put on a show.

    • Less than 15 minutes after Nani was sent off in the second half, Real Madrid scored the two goals they needed with Cristiano Ronaldo notching the decider against his former club.

    • Sir Alex Ferguson rushed down from his seat in the United dug-out in order to protest like a man fleeing a burning house, but the damage was already done.

    • Alex Ferguson was last night described as "distraught" and in no fit state even to discuss the Turkish referee's dismissal of Nani.

    • Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has sprung a surprise by omitting Wayne Rooney from the starting line-up for tonight's Champions League tie against Real Madrid.

    • Nani's did not, nor was it "violent conduct." He was airborne for the purpose of controlling the ball and only aware of Arbeloa's challenge at the very last moment—if at all.

    • Cristiano Ronaldo dealt Manchester United a cruel blow by scoring the goal that put Real Madrid into the Champions League quarter-finals after the hosts were left distraught by Nani’s harsh dismissal.

    • Ryan Giggs made his 1,000th competitive appearance when Manchester United kicked off their Champions League last-16 second leg against Real Madrid at Old Trafford yesterday.

  • Jose Mourinho express sympathy on MU's defeat

    • Pemain berusia 28 tahun itu (Ronaldo) yang bersama United selama enam musim disambut dengan baik sebelum perlawanan bermula dan tidak meraikan gol kemenangannya.

    • "The best team lost. We didn't play well, we didn't deserve to win but football is like this." - Jose Mourinho

    • Nani's dismissal had the same influence as the decision two years ago to send Pepe off in the semi final. - Jose Mourinho

    • MU manager describes Real Madrid as 'one of the best counter-attacking teams in Europe' and United have to find a way to deal with that while launching successful attacks of their own.

  • UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid vs Manchester United

    • “We have to try and curtail that as best as we can. It won’t be easy, because he does it every week, it’s no accident with the lad, but he isn’t something we should fear." -Ferguson

    • Ronaldo, who came of age playing for Manchester United from 2003-09, has scored 37 goals in all competitions this season. When he's on his game, he's all but unstoppable.

    • Manchester United have paid for 18,000 red, white and black flags to form a bar scarf mosaic which will greet the players as they emerge from the tunnel for Champions League.

    • REAL MADRID boss believes Champions League last-16 tie with Manchester United will be even bigger than Wembley final.

    • Marcelo is also back in contention after recovering from injury and will push Fabio Coentrao for a place at left back.

    • With a plethora of big-name players and attacking firepower, this round of 16 match is shaping as one of the more memorable matches this season.

    • About against Madrid, the red devils defense will be a strength—as long as they can set themselves up properly to deal with the various threats that Madrid will bring.

    • The Real Madrid boss rested plenty of key players in the win over Barcelona at the weekend. Alvaro Arbeloa, Sami Khedira, Angel Di Maria, Mesut Ozil and Cristiano Ronaldo will all return.

  • Must-watch: Victor Valdes booked red-card for protesting

    • I booked Barcelona player, No. 1, Victor Valdes Arribas, for squaring up to me with his arms aloft and his voice shouting, recriminating one of my decisions.

    • "You [the officials] s**t yourselves [by not awarding a penalty against Madrid at the Bernabeu], you have no shame," Perez Lasa claimed Valdes said.

  • Highlights of Real Madrid vs Barcelona on 2 March 2013

  • The best & worst players on the pitch

    • Sergio Ramos climbed to head in the winning goal from a Luka Modric corner to clinch a 2-1 victory after the introduction of Cristiano Ronaldo turned what was at risk..

    • Madrid can now smell possibility in the Champions League, the competition they want to win more than any other after more than a decade without success.

    • Karanka warned his players against being complacent after the consecutive victories over their biggest rivals, ahead of Tuesday's Champions League last-16 second leg encounter at Manchester United.

    • Worst: Kaka was the worst offender for the winning side. The Brazilian midfielder simply disappeared for most of the match and didn't contribute much in the way of defense either.

    • Worst: This match should be taken with a grain of salt, but Pedro's play in this one poses serious questions for the club going forward.

    • Best: Karim Benzema scored the first goal of the game. His field vision and creativity made the Real Madrid attack dangerous throughout the game and he was able to cover plenty of ground.

    • Best: Messi turned in the best performance for Barca as he is one of the most electrifying athletes in all of sports and even in defeat he put on a show.

  • Real Madrid beat Barcelona 3-1 on 26 February 2013

    • Tuesday's result marked the second high-profile defeat for Barcelona in as many games.

    • We have scored a lot of goals, and so has Messi in particular. When the team doesn’t work well, it is everyone’s responsibility.

    • Carles Puyol has gone through so many injuries and with his age should not be starting these type of games. Barcelona require a younger defender who can take over from Puyol as the rock at the back.

    • Barcelona—Cristiano Ronaldo continued his fine goal scoring record at the Nou Camp with a brace as Real Madrid beat Barcelona 3-1 to go through to the final of the King’s Cup 4-2 on aggregate

    • The Spanish champions booked their place in the Spanish Cup final with a complete performance that restricted Barca to very contained their usual lightning speed on the counter-attack.

    • Real Madrid produced a magnificent performance against an under par Barcelona side to reach the Copa del Rey final last night.

    • Barca hold a 12-point lead over second-placed Atlético Madrid and a 16-point advantage over Real in third but Barça are a side used to winning more than one title a season.

    • Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo's two goals overshadowed Messi's impact on the game, with Barcelona responding by saying their talisman is suffering from a fever.

    • Costa's seventh goal in the Cup made him the competition's leading scorer this season, one ahead of Real's Cristiano Ronaldo and Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo.

    • Real Madrid's crushing victory away to Barcelona to reach the King's Cup final has fired out a warning to Manchester United ahead of their Champions League last 16 return at Old Trafford next week.

    • Ronaldo outshone Messi in the Argentine’s own stadium on Tuesday, scoring twice to put Real Madrid into the Copa del Rey final with a 3-1 win at defending champion Barcelona.

  • FC Barcelona & FC Real Madrid highlights 2013

    • Ronaldo is one of the great aerial attackers of modern times. It helps when the marking defender does not jump, of course, and for some reason Patrice Evra did not.

    • Barcelona hammer Getafe 6-1 in La Liga’s early kickoff on Sunday. Six different scorers for Los Cules, who registered their third highest league attendance of the season at the Nou Camp.

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