Skip menu

Main menu

Content menu

Top of page


Link to related content


23.11.2009 20:52

Messi and Ibra train at the Nou Camp


Messi and Ibrahimovic trained with the rest of the squad at the Nou Camp on Monday night and form part of the 19-man squad for the game.

Barca had a 15-minute open training session at the Nou Camp before the whole squad moved onto the Hotel Florida where they will stay the night and remain up until just before kick off time.The injured Abidal, Touré and Milito,as well as the cup tied Chygrinskiy, were the only players not on the bus to the hotel.

Guardiola sweats on Ibra and Messi

2009-11-23_ENTRENO_18.jpgLeo Messi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic came out onto the pitch after the rest of the players and both trained apart from the rest of the group. Both have niggling injuries and their presence in the starting line up will be in doubt until Tuesday - Guardiola insisting that he'll not choose whether to play them until the last moment.

Márquez Okay

On the plus side, Rafa Marquez trained with the rest of the players after having missed the trip to Bilbao at the weekend. It's been confirmed that he doesn't have swine flu and was able to rejoin the full squad for training.

Abidal back with squad on Tuesday

Both Touré and Abidal do have swine flu, though the Frenchman is likely to join the rest of the squad for Tuesday lunchtime training once his isolation period is over.

Two youngsters

The two youngster who were called into the squad for the Bilbao game -Andreu Fontàs and Jonathan dos Santos are again in the squad for the Inter Milan match.
Messi and Ibra train at the Nou Camp

To view this content you need the latest version of the Flash Player

The squad
The full squad list for the game is: Valdés, Pinto, Puyol, Piqué, Márquez, Alves, Maxwell, Keita, Sergio Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Jeffren, Messi, Ibrahimovic, Pedro, Bojan, Jonathan dos Santos, Fontàs and Henry. Guardiola will have to leave out one player before the game is played.

Top of page

Back to top

Related content

Football News

Back to top
Top of page