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It looked like everything was going wrong for Barcelona in January, with Luis Enrique on the brink. Garreth Nunn looks at how they turned it around. 
Xavi Hernandez’s contribution to Barcelona’s 2-2 draw with Deportivo La Coruna was in truth minimal, but, Andrew Tuft writes, the veteran’s exit can’t be overlooked…
Rayo Vallecano are flourishing under Paco Jemez and, as Yousef Teclab analyses, interest in the Coach from European clubs is well deserved.
It wasn’t the most spectacular Lionel Messi performance of the season but it was the most decisive, Andrew Tuft writes of Barcelona’s title-winner…
Barcelona and Real Madrid’s contrasting results in the Champions League semi-finals pose long-term ramifications for either club, explains Yousef Teclab.
On Thursday, the Spanish High Court ruled against the strike and backed the LFP. Garreth Nunn warns that the issue has only been delayed, not solved.
With the MSN receiving the plaudits for Barcelona’s Champions League success, Cronan Yu pays tribute to Marc-Andre ter Stegen’s maturation into a world-class goalkeeper.
Real Madrid paid the price for overlooking Alvaro Morata, Andrew Tuft writes, after the Juventus striker sent his old side out of the Champions League.
Pedro Rodriguez’s stunning goal for Barcelona against Real Sociedad offers a warning for the League leaders, Andrew Tuft writes…
Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves nearly sent the title to Barcelona but even though Real Madrid recovered, the penalty-stopper extraordinaire came to the fore, Andrew Tuft writes…
The RFEF and AFE last week dropped a bombshell by announcing a strike. Garreth Nunn explains the reasons behind calling the industrial action.
Unai Emery’s success at Sevilla has seen him linked strongly with Milan. Colin Millar asks if he would be willing to leave his ‘perfect’ club…
The battle for La Liga survival gets ever more tense. Yousef Teclab analyses those still in danger with just three games of the season remaining.
Lionel Messi’s brace effectively sealed Barcelona’s progression towards the Champions League final. And after a decade of football, Cronan Yu believes there still more in the tank.
Reborn Juventus have plenty of ways to harm Real Madrid, Richard Hall warns, ahead of the Champions League semi-final.
The Morocco international’s brace gave Jose Ramon Sandoval a debut win as Granada Coach and, Andrew Tuft writes, sent a timely reminder of his quality.
La Liga survival was a bridge too far for the Andalusian minnows, admits Daryl Hammond, after Cordoba’s Segunda return was confirmed.
Elche’s financial problems threaten their place in La Liga, but as Yousef Teclab writes, it serves as a warning to other clubs who are heavily in debt.
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