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2014-15 FC BARCELONA

Messi, Suarez, Neymar, Rakitic, Ter stegen
2013-14 FC BARCELONA
Iniesta, Puyol, Neymar, Messi, Valdes
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@Spudsy2061 jaja. no problem. it's apparently difficult for find below small text
@Sakiroo Didn't see that at first I completely passed up on it! Thanks for clarifying!
Puyol looks pretty cool.
Hi Thanks for comment. but you have to remember below text. it's based on 2013-14 season. at those time Valdes is No.1 gloves. not yet Bravo. Okay?
Trying to think of who's donning the gloves there is that Valdes or Bravo? I think it's Bravo but I'm not sure.
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