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All posts tagged "Spain"
Real Madrid’s managerial cycle stars anew
The moment the whistle hit Jonas Eriksson’s lips at the Santiago Bernabeu, closing a fantastic, if exhausting night of football at the Santiago Bernabeu, Real Madrid’s history entered yet another new managerial chapter. They might as well...
- Posted May 25, 2015
New look Spain get shot at revenge
Spain, at the peak of their prowess around 2010, were never quite perfect; they lost, even on the biggest stage. In their first match at World Cup 2010, which they would of course go on to win,...
- Posted March 30, 2015
Why El Clasico trumps all
England’s horrid week in football will only get more embarrassing; two great derbies are set to take place this weekend, Liverpool-Manchester United and El Clasico, but once again England will be trumped by their foreign counterparts in...
- Posted March 20, 2015
MOTD: Atletico Madrid 2-3 Barcelona (2-4 agg)
Atletico Madrid’s shirt sponsor is fitting: Azerbaijan – The Land of Fire. Vincente Calderon was tonight the stadium of fire. Nine yellows, two reds, and multiple skirmishes in the club’s Copa Del Rey semi-final against Barcelona. By the eighty-fourth minute...
- Posted January 28, 2015
Nothing in Martin Odegaard’s path to greatness but himself
Not even a year ago Martin Odegaard was a youth team player at Stromsgodset, and it was only last May that the then 15-year-old signed his first professional contract. It stands testament to his astronomical rise that...
- Posted January 22, 2015
Tables turned on Messi as Barcelona dip
Let’s imagine, for the sake of example, that Lionel Messi were playing at, say, Norwich City, while Cristiano Ronaldo remains at Real Madrid. No matter who is the “better” player, Ronaldo would score more, would he not?...
- Posted January 7, 2015
MOTD: Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona – El Clasico delivers again
Its expectations keep getting higher and higher, but somehow, El Clasico keeps meeting them. The match’s television ratings smash even those of the Champions League final, with an estimated half billion tuning in around the world, and...
- Posted October 25, 2014
Where will Ronaldo and Messi be in 5 years?
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are arguably the best two players the world has ever seen. Certainly, as their careers begin to wane, it is up for debate whether they matched those careers of namely Diego Maradona...
- Posted October 13, 2014
Ramifications of Catalonian independence on football
- Posted October 8, 2014
Now would be the time to drop Iker Casillas
There are two types of goalkeepers – the early bloomer and the late bloomer. Tim Howard is one of the latter; at 35 he seems to be reaching his prime after an incredible World Cup this summer,...
- Posted August 22, 2014