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Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the club has been the victim of an injustice after being given a transfer ban by Fifa.

The Catalan club cannot buy players until the summer of 2015 after the world governing body found them guilty of repeatedly breaching transfer regulations in signing youth players.

Barcelona will appeal against the ban.

Barca President Josep Maria Bartomeu Says Their Fifa Transfer Ban is Injustice.
Barca President Josep Maria Bartomeu Says Their Fifa Transfer Ban is Injustice.

“We’re going to fight because we think this is an injustice,” said Maria Bartomeu.

Detailed Report on BBC Sport Page

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