IN DIRECT: Press conference of Luis Enrique previous to the Granada-Barça

Published:6/05/2016 - 14:07h

Updated:13/05/2016 - 15:56h

It IS STILL IN DIRECT the press conference of Luis Enrique, previous to the party between FC Barcelona and Granada, in which the Asturian technician will speak on the actuality of the team and other informations related with the club

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Luis Enrique appears this Friday 13 May 2016 in previous press conference to the Granada-FC Barcelona (Saturday to the 17.00 hours), corresponding to the last day of the League BBVA, in which the Barça will play it to him everything to a letter for conquering the title of League BBVA 2015-16, trophy for which reigns a big optimism in the Barcelona staff.

Through this news will be able to be still in DIRECT the press conference of the Asturian technician, that will answer to the questions formulated by the distinct media in the room of press of the Ciutat Esportiva of Sant Joan Despí, before the team train in the field Tito Vilanova for the last time before the Granada-Barça.

From "FCBN", take advantage of to remember you that you can follow through our web page the actuality of all the day 38 of League BBVA 2015-16, and that also can consult the calendar of the League BBVA 2015-16 to know which are the last parties that remain him for playing to the FC Barcelona. Luis Enrique, in addition to speaking on the previous of the Granada-FC Barcelona, will answer to other questions of actuality related with the first team.

The Barça has the drops confirmed, for this party, of Sandro Ramírez and Claudio Bravo by injury. Thomas Vermaelen already is recovered, but seems difficult that go back to have minutes this season. Like this the things, foresees that the Barça play with the big majority of his best available players against the Granada, team to the that already goleó in the Camp Nou during the first turn. The technician will carry to all the staff to The Cármenes to celebrate together the alirón of League BBVA 2015-16.

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