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Does Neymar Get The Adulation He Deserves?

After ending an extended open play drought in La Liga with his late strike at Eibar on Sunday, Barcelona star Neymar is now level with the great Ronaldinho on 94 goals for the Camp Nou giants. But as he closes on the century, is it time for the 24-year-old to finally be accepted at the top table of world football? Read More »

A look back at Xabi Alonso’s astonishing career

Xabi Alonso is set to retire when his contract with Bayern Munich expires at the end of the season. The 35-year-old has had a truly successful career, winning a great deal of trophies and accolades internationally and in the top leagues in England, Spain and Germany. Read More »

What we learnt from Real Madrid’s 2-1 loss to Celta Vigo.

After going an incredible 40 games unbeaten in a row it’s now two defeats in the space of four days for Real Madrid. Zidane’s team have conceded five goals in two games and only scored two in return. Los Blanco’s are leaking and not firing simultaneously. 13th placed Malaga will be the next to try and test their luck against ... Read More »

Zidane’s The Man

Real Madrid’s record-breaking 40-game-unbeaten run came to an abrupt end on Sunday evening when the Spanish giants found themselves losing their lead, the game and their streak to surprise title contenders Sevilla. Read More »

Real Madrid’s unbeaten run comes to an end

We all know the quality that the super team Real Madrid have and what they are capable of. With a squad that includes the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema just to name a few. They are usually watched all over the globe by many. Read More »

Six clubs who bought their way to success

In the modern game money talks. Everywhere you look be it in a stadium, on the pitch, on the television and on the player’s kits there is something money related. It can bring teams success as well as failure. Here are six teams who had money pumped into them and how it affected their stature.  Read More »

Jovetic makes a mark on Sevilla debut

Stevan Jovetic is a name many people may recognise. For those who don’t, Jovetic is a player capable of playing in many positions. Being able to position as a second striker or winger, his playing style is compared to that of ex-international star Roberto Baggio. Read More »

Meeting of Desesperación– Osasuna vs. Valencia

Come Monday evening, there’s a not-so-glamourous match between two relegation threatened sides. The hosts, Osasuna were expected to have a challenging season, having being promoted from the second tier last year. Although the mighty, once title-winning side of Valencia also find themselves in the same boat. This Spanish six-pointer may have major ramifications in both clubs chances of staying up. Read More »

Cristiano Ronaldo snubs mega move to China

Jorge Mendes, the agent of Cristiano Ronaldo, has come out today and revealed that his client turned down the opportunity to earn over $105m/year from an unnamed Chinese Super League club. It’s reported that the club made the offer whilst Ronaldo was negotiating his new contract with Real Madrid back in November. Read More »

An unforgettable 2016 for Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo has enjoyed a sensational year, achieving success collectively with Real Madrid and Portugal, as well as gaining individual recognition. After his outstanding performances in 2016, Ronaldo is showing no signs of slowing down. Read More »

How Atlético Madrid got themselves into crisis

Atlético Madrid is certainly facing their worst crisis since Diego Simeone took charge of the club over five years ago. The Mattressers’ recent 3-0 defeat at Villarreal summed up a forgettable two months in which they only managed two wins from seven games.  Read More »

El Clasico Tactical Review: Modric, Iniesta and a nullified MSN

In the 265th annual El Clásico, two heavyweights of World football did battle in front of a sold out Camp Nou. With an estimated half a billion people watching around the globe, the Spanish giants put on a show worthy of entertaining the World. Ronaldo, Messi, Benzema, Neymar, Suarez & Modrić all within the confinements of a 105 x 68m ... Read More »

Selling their soul didn’t pay off for Barcelona in El Clásico

It took the full ninety minutes but this weekend’s renewal of El Clásico at the Nou Camp proved there isn’t much to separate Barcelona and Real Madrid on the pitch. Los Blancos were the aggressors with the clearer chances in the first half but didn’t take them. The Blaugrana turned the tables after the break to quickly gain the lead, kept pushing, ... Read More »

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