Six unsung stars of La Liga this season

With just under two months to go in this season’s action-packed La Liga season, I take a look at a few players who have shone for their clubs during this campaign. Minus some of your obvious candidates, here are 6 players who will be certain to attract a lot of interest from big clubs come […]


Suarez leads our La Liga team of the week after El Clasico heroics

Barca took a huge stride towards securing the league title with a crucial 2-1 home win against arch-rivals Real Madrid on Sunday. Meanwhile, Atleti and Valencia kept up the pressure on the top two with respective home wins. And Europa League kings Sevilla took a key step in their quest to make Europe’s second tier […]


Luis Suarez – From flat-track bully to man for the big occasion

Despite shining in England, some questioned the Uruguayan’s ability to perform in the big games enough. This reputation as a flat-track bully though, is quickly changing at Barcelona, with Sunday’s El Clasico winner the latest in a number of big game goals in recent times for El Pistolero.


An analysis of Barcelona’s new tactics

After another hard fought and tense El Clasico, Barcelona left the stadium with a 2-1 victory and a four point cushion atop of the league table. Barcelona has now won 19 out of their last 20 games and a team that just two months ago seemed on the edge of collapse now controls its own […]

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Manchester City must look to Spain to revive their fortunes.

Manchester City in my opinion are not in ‘crisis’ as many pundits like to state. But the side could be well fall into oblivion should they fail to sign significant players in the upcoming window. Since 2012 signings have been of a sub-par standard. Javi Garcia, Jack Rodwell, Scott Sinclair, Nastasic all arrived following the […]


El Clasico – Barcelona v Real Madrid prediction

As we all know, the biggest game in club football occurs tomorrow when Barcelona host Real Madrid. Depending on the person, the fixture symbolises alternative things.  For some, it is Republicanism versus Monarchism, while others regard it as Spain versus Catalonia but for me it is simply footballing juggernaut versus a fellow footballing juggernaut.


Vitolo & Asenjo – Who Are Spain’s Possible Debutants?

Vicente del Bosque today announced that Vitolo and Sergio Asenjo have won call-ups to the national team squad ahead of games against Ukraine and the Netherlands. There were also recalls for Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez as well as Athletic Bilbao defender Mikel San Jose. Rayo Vallecano striker Alberto Bueno’s hopes of a call-up were […]

Bilbao's kids are good but Sociedad's are alright too

Real Sociedad’s first away win of the season

After 11 successful seasons at Goodison Park, the 13/14 season was one to forget for David Moyes, after regularly being booed by the United faithful at the end of games at Old Trafford. Following his embarrassment at the Red Devils, it was important Moyes got his managerial career back on track and showed to the […]


Under-fire Gareth Bale leads this week’s La Liga team of the week

El Clasico weekend is just by the corner, and league leaders Barcelona, as well as second place Real Madrid prepared for the potential decider next Sunday with good 2-0 victories. There were also wins for the likes of Champions League hopefuls Valencia – who toppled Atletico Madrid to finish the round in third – and […]


Is Alberto Bueno worthy of a Spanish call-up?

Spain face Ukraine and the Netherlands in the next fortnight as European football takes a short break for the international schedule to resume. One man who won’t be happy to see a pause in proceedings is Rayo Vallecano striker Alberto Bueno who has been in scintillating form since the turn of the year. The former […]

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CD Torrevieja, a club on the up

Whilst everyone will spend today talking about Real Madrid losing and Messi getting yet another hat-trick, there is another Spanish club that is being talked about almost as much as the La Liga giants. CD Torrevieja of the Tercera Group VI play their football down in the South East of Spain, on the famed Costa […]

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Gareth Bale double brings Madrid’s winless streak to an end

A Gareth Bale double helped Real Madrid end a run of four games without victory and close the gap on Barcelona at the top of La Liga.

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Is this a blip for Bale or the end?

The Welshman has endured a difficult second season in the Spanish capital to date, but is his poor form anything more than a tough spell? After a successful first year, the emphasis was very much on further improvement from Gareth Bale for this season. However injuries hampered the early sections of the current term for […]


Barcelona Need Neymar to Find Best Form Ahead of Man City and Madrid Clashes

Barcelona’s win over Eibar on Saturday night was down to the one and only Lionel Messi, however the player it seems most interesting to focus on is his strike partner Neymar. We know all about the Argentinian and his propensity to bewitch, dazzle and destroy opponents, with the Basque minnows his latest victims and the quality of his two goals, […]