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Maxi the man for Celta
Luke Taylor gives us the lowdown on Celta Vigo hotshot Maxi Gomez, who has been arguably La Liga’s best, pound-for-pound signing.
Where is the goal-line technology?
Sunday’s draw between Valencia and Barcelona was another example of how desperate La Liga is for goal-line technology, writes Luke Taylor.
4-4-2 fever hits La Liga
Despite seemingly not having a place in modern-day football, 4-4-2 is currently being used by Spain’s top clubs. Sky Sports’ Jon Driscoll thinks the smaller sides should take notice...
All to play for
Barcelona were the only winners of the weekend’s Madrid derby but Valencia maintained their form too. Andrew Tuft senses a pivotal period approaching in La Liga…
Girona more than Madrid slayers
Girona delivered a historic win against Real Madrid, on a historic occasion for the club, but there is more to the result than meets the eye, writes Girona UK's Adam Selby.
Viva La Lega
Leganes are flying high in La Liga's top six, armed by Europe's joint-best defence. Luke Taylor gives us the lowdown on this season's surprise packages.
Assessing Sevilla's struggles
Sevilla suffered their worst-ever Champions League defeat on Wednesday, prompting questions to be asked. Ed Peacock looks at what’s gone wrong for the Andalusians.
Madrid feeling Bernabeu blues
After Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, Luke Taylor looks at why their home form has been so poor this season.
Celta fine shows La Liga absurdity
Celta Vigo were fined by La Liga for low attendances at the start of the season, but Ed Peacock believes the League should be helping its clubs - not punishing them.
Spain to reign again?
Sky Sports’ Jon Driscoll on whether Spain are likely to reclaim their world title next year in Russia after qualifying unbeaten for World Cup 2018…
Revitalised Valencia flying high
Seven games into Marcelino’s tenure and Valencia are higher than they’ve been for three years. Sky Sports’ Jon Driscoll looks at how Los Che have regained their mojo.
Barca's role more important than ever
Barcelona were caught up in the midst of the Catalan referendum storm and the club's role is increasingly important, writes Daryl Hammond.
Now or never for Bale
Zinedine Zidane had suggested Gareth Bale needed four more months, but Luke Taylor believes the Welshman can find form sooner after his goal last Sunday.
Crisis, what crisis?
Barcelona put a difficult summer behind them to start the season on fire. Ed Peacock explains why it was wrong to write the Catalans off so soon.
Home comforts for Girona
Girona lost their first game of the season to Athletic Bilbao last weekend, making their visit of Sevilla on Sunday all the more important, writes Adam Selby.
Dembele can replace Neymar
Luke Taylor says Ousmane Dembele can reach Neymar’s level at Barcelona, starting with a riveting performance against Getafe on Saturday.
New look for La Roja
Luke Taylor believes Real Madrid’s success is influencing Spain’s style of play under Julen Lopetegui.
Spain's tactical evolution
The Spanish national side have come a long way in their century-long existence, from 'La Furia' to 'tiki-taka' and ultimate success.
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