1910–11 FC Barcelona season

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FC Barcelona
1910–11 season
President Switzerland Joan Gamper

The 1910–11 season was the 12th season for FC Barcelona.[citation needed]

Events[edit]

Joan Gamper returns to the presidency September 17, 1910. The club has near 400 associates and they begin to arise the first problems of professionalism in the players. New victory in the Championship of Catalonia, where the Barcelona does not have rival, and another triumph in the Cup of the Pyrenees. In the Cup of the King, disputed in Bilbao, the Barcelona withdraws after gaining to the Gymnastics of Madrid for 4-0. The losers challenged the party and the confederacy ordered that be to repeated, fact that the azulgranas considered unjust. The high-scoring maximum of the season was the English I Make a racket, discovered coincidentally in a friendly game that played the first one and the second team of the Barcelona. As it lacked people, they invited to form part and I Make a racket left all pleasantly impressed. Al final of the season, after doing 41 goals in 20 parties, returned to its country.[citation needed]

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
83 Spain GK Joan Solà
95 Spain GK Lluís Renyé
99 Spain GK Lisard Peris
67 Spain DF Francisco Bru
77 Philippines DF Manuel Amechazurra
88 Spain DF Aureo Comamala
98 Spain MF Enric Peris
55 Spain MF Joan Grau
80 Spain MF Arsenio Comamala
62 Spain MF Josep Quirante
No. Position Player
87 Spain MF Joan Janer
Spain MF Miquel Mensa
Spain MF Pere Ponsà
Spain FW Romà Forns
England FW Charles Wallace
England FW Percival Wallace
Spain FW Carlos Comamala
Scotland FW John Patullo
Spain FW Domingo Espelta
Spain FW Antonio Llonch

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