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Starting lineup - published: 29.12.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Kiko CASILLA Alcover

20

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GK Pau LOPEZ Girona

2

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DC Gerard PIQUE Barcelona

12

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5

DC Jordi AMAT Barcelona

0

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0

DC Marc BARTRA Sant Jaume

7

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DC Marc MUNIESA Lloret de Mar

2

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0

DRC Sergi GOMEZ Arenys de Mar 

1

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0

DRL Martin MONTOYA Gava

1

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0

DR/MR Hector BELLERIN Barcelona

9

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3

DR/MR Pol LIROLA Mollet del Valles

1

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DL Aaron CARICOL Montmeló

2

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DL Jordi ALBA L'Hospitalet

12

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3

DMC David LOPEZ Barcelona

1

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0

DMC Oriel ROMEU Ulldecona

0

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0

DMC Sergi SAMPER Barcelona

1

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0

DMC Sergio BUSQUETS Sabadell

8

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1

MC Carles ALENA Mataró

1

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0

MC Sergej MILINKOVIĆ-SAVIĆ Lleida

14

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1

MC/DR Sergi ROBERTO Reus

4

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0

AMC/SS Cesc FABREGAS Arenys de Mar

9

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1

AMRLC Jon TORAL Reus

1

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0

AMRL Adama TRAORE L’Hospitalet

2

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AMRL Cristian TELLO Sabadell

4

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0

AMRL Gerard DEULOFEU Riudarenes

4

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0

AMRL Jordi MBOULA Granollers

1

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0

AMRL Samu CASTILLEJO Barcelona

2

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0

AMR/DR Aleix VIDAL Puigpelat

3

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0

AMRL/FC Keita BALDE Arbùcies

5

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0

FRLC Bojan KRKIĆ Linyola

2

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0

FC Gerard MORENO Santa Perpètua de Mogoda 

2

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0

FC Jonatahan SORIANO El Pont de Vilomara i Rocafort

0

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0

FC Mariano DIAZ Barcelona

4

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0

FC Sergio GARCIA Barcelona

1

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0

(Today part of: region Catalonia in Spain)

After they almost conquered the entire peninsula, Arabs were stopped by Charlemange (the king of Franks) at the end of the 8th century at the Pyrenees after which he established Spanish March (Marca Hispanica). March was composed of a number of small counties (Barcelona, Cerdanya, Girona, Andorra, etc.) all of which had their own military units. As duchies gained their independence, Spanish March broke up. The Catalan language, which evolved from Vulgar Latin in the 9th century, was spoken at the eastern part of March. Catalan shared many similarities with the Occitan language which was spoken in the southern parts of the West Francia (and later on in the kingdom of France) thus making a relationship between Gallo-Romance and Iberian-Romance languages. The political history of the area, which in the 70s of the 9th century became Catalonia, began with the rise of count Wilfred the Hairy. This also marked the beginning of independence of the Wilfred’s successors in comparison to the rulers of the Caroline dynasty in the West Francia.

However, like Wilfred, his successors did not want to take the title of the king. When the count of Barcelona refused to take an oath of loyalty to the new ruling dynasty Capet in 987, vassals stopped existing. Counts of Barcelona were trying to spread their dominance to adjacent areas until the middle of the 12th century. Such country, united by a count of Barcelona, was renamed Catalonia at the beginning of the 12th century because the count of Barcelona was referred to as catalanicus heroesrector catalanicus and dux catalanensis.

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