“These are the moments you live for as a coach and a player,” Neville said. AFP PHOTO / JOSE JORDAN
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European champions Barcelona continue their quest for a second consecutive treble when Gary Neville's off-form Valencia visit the Camp Nou in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal Wednesday.A first defeat at home in La Liga since November 2014, 1-0 against Sporting Gijon Sunday, stretched Neville's winless streak in La Liga to eight games and left Valencia just five points above the relegation zone.Celta caused the shock of the quarterfinals by knocking out Atletico Madrid and will be boosted by the return of Spanish international Nolito.The former Barcelona forward hasn't played since December due to a hamstring injury and was strongly linked with a return to Barca, but the move was scuppered by the tight financial restrictions on Barca to comply with financial fair play.
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