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The oldest club in Spain face the threat of extinction this week. John Sager looks at the case of Recreativo Huelva and how you can help.
Spain and Italy are regular opponents and their Euro 2016 Round of 16 meeting on Monday promises to be as close as ever.
Luke Taylor says Alvaro Morata’s goals will be pivotal in Spain overcoming the tricky knockout ties they are now facing after their defeat to Croatia.
Luke Taylor believes the experienced players in the squad are as important as ever to Spain but balance is still needed…
Feargal Brennan was in Toulouse to see Spain start Euro 2016 with a win and reports the view from the stands…
Despite being La Roja’s top scorer in qualifying, Paco Alcacer wasn’t picked for Euro 2016. Luke Taylor explains why.
An incredible few months for Lucas Vazquez were capped off with inclusion in the Spain Euro 2016 squad. Euan McTear explains why he was chosen.
Eric Bailly’s performances for Villarreal have attracted Manchester United, and, as Yousef Teclab explains, they would be getting a player of immense promise.
This season has not gone as Pedro Rodriguez would have hoped, but Luke Taylor explains why he will be playing at Euro 2016.
It has been a season of highs and lows for Fernando Torres, and Luke Taylor explains why his time with La Roja is probably over.
Deportivo La Coruna’s 2015-16 revelation was highly-placed in La Liga’s scoring charts but not Vicente del Bosque’s Euro 2016 thoughts, Andrew Tuft writes.
Borja Baston was the third highest scoring Spaniard in La Liga, but he didn’t make the Spain squad for Euro 2016. Euan McTear explains why.
Reports of Monchi’s resignation as Sevilla’s sporting director came as a shock and, as Yousef Teclab explains, the ex-goalkeeper was paramount to the club’s recent success and his exit will be keenly felt.
Injury was cited for Diego Costa’s exclusion but Jared Tinslay suggests the striker’s place in the squad was always in doubt.  
With three domestic champions dethroned en route to Milan, only Real Madrid stand in Atletico’s way of a first European cup. Feargal Brennan looks at Los Colchoneros how reached the Champions League final.
Despite a reality check at Wolfsburg, Real Madrid enjoyed a strong run to the Champions League final, where they will meet arch-rivals Atletico. Feargal Brennan recaps Los Blancos’ progress.
After Gareth Bale recently claimed no Atletico Madrid would get into Real’s XI, Feargal Brennan devises his own dream team for the Champions League final.
Atletico Madrid may not have won La Liga or lift the Champions League but, as Yousef Teclab writes, Los Colchoneros are destined for prosperity on and off the pitch.
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