Barcelona have announced on Thursday that Barcelona B coach Sergi Barjuan will be the head coach of the club's first team.
Hundreds of protesters faced off against police in the heart of Barcelona on Friday.
The trial of 12 political leaders from the northeastern Spanish region of Catalonia began in Madrid on Tuesday.
Catalan pro-independence groups blocked roads and clashed with baton-wielding police in protests against a Spanish government cabinet meeting in Barcelona.
Six people were arrested in Barcelona on Saturday after pro-independence protesters clashed with riot police.
Thousands of people demonstrating both for and against Catalan independence shut down parts of central Barcelona on Saturday.
Thousands of people are expected to fill the streets of Barcelona for Catalonia’s first commemorative day since it unilaterally declared independence.
Catalonia's deposed president Carles Puigdemont vowed Saturday to "defend the just cause of the Catalan people" as he returned to Belgium.
Puigdemont returns to Belgium on Saturday to keep pressing for his region's independence after a Spanish judge dropped a European arrest warrant for him.
The news coincided with the departure of Mariano Rajoy as Spain's prime minister, voted out of office by parliament on Friday and replaced by Socialist leader Pedro Sanchez.
Catalonia's new leader denounced as provocation by Spain's ruling party.
The Catalan parliament is expected to vote in a hard-line separatist as leader on Monday.
Catalonia's parliament is set to vote on Saturday on whether to appoint as regional president Quim Torra, handpicked by deposed leader Carles Puigdemont.
Spain acted on Wednesday to block pro-independence politicians in Catalonia from voting in ex-leader Carles Puigdemont.
Hundreds of thousands of Catalan separatists rallied in downtown Barcelona on Sunday to demand the release of high-profile secessionist leaders.
A German court refused a request from Spain to extradite Catalonia's ousted leader Carles Puigdemont on a rebellion charge following his arrest.
German prosecutors decided on Tuesday to apply to a regional court for the extradition of former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont.
Hundreds of Catalan independence supporters marched in Berlin on Sunday to demand the release of ex-regional president Carles Puigdemont.
Puigdemont was due to appear in a German court on Monday as Spain sought to extradite him over the region's independence fight after a night of protests.
German had arrested former Catalan secessionist leader Puigdemont in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein on a European arrest warrant issued by Spain.