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The public demanded that Aritz Aduriz be considered for the Spain squad, says Euan McTear, and Vicente del Bosque listened.
Atletico Madrid nearly won the 2014 Champions League but were denied in stoppage time. As Euan McTear explains, they were two minutes from glory.
In-form striker Alvaro Morata has made it into Spain’s provisional squad and looks certain to go to Euro 2016, writes Mike Barnes.
Luke Taylor predicts a bright future for Inaki Williams in the Spain set-up, although he will not feature at Euro 2016.
Each team in La Liga have had their standout performers, some excelling more so than others. Here, Jared Tinslay turns Coach to pick this season’s best XI.
Whether or not Diego Simeone leads Atletico Madrid to Champions League glory next weekend, Mike Barnes believes Cholo can be pleased with another great season.
A herculean effort was needed to deny Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi the 2015-16 Pichichi. Luis Suarez didn’t only deliver on that front – he delivered Barcelona another League title, writes Livio Caferoglu.
The Madrid duo join Levante in departing Spain’s top flight, while Sporting Gijon preserved their status with final-day salvation. Colin Millar rounds-up the bottom four’s campaigns.
Individual feats kept up Eibar and Deportivo La Coruna, while takeovers were the talk of Espanyol and Granada. Feargal Brennan reviews 13th-16th in La Liga.
Arguably the most complete midfielder of his generation, Koke is destined to be Spain’s conductor for years to come - including at Euro 2016 - writes Livio Caferoglu.
Two British failures and two newly-promoted sides with respectable seasons make up the mid-table quartet, Daryl Hammond writes.
A former Under-21 star, Ander Herrera is in danger of becoming Spain’s forgotten man, Andrew Tuft writes.
European qualification and fighting against the odds highlight Yousef Teclab’s review of Athletic Bilbao, Celta Vigo, Sevilla and Malaga.
A European semi-final and Champions League qualification means job well done for Villarreal and, in particular, Marcelino. Mark Sochon explains…
It says a lot about how far Atletico Madrid have come, says Euan McTear, that a third place finish is no longer considered overachievement. 
We’re in for a treat, says Euan McTear, if Liverpool’s Europa League final with Sevilla is as good as their last final against Spanish opposition.
Cesc Fabregas has had a disappointing season at Chelsea but, as Mike Barnes explains, the midfielder remains a key figure for La Roja.
A late-season surge took Real Madrid to second place in a campaign of controversy, coaching changes and more Cristiano Ronaldo goals, Andrew Tuft writes.
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