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David De Gea wasn’t the only goalkeeper left in limbo by Manchester United and Real Madrid. The other, Keylor Navas, has been forgotten, explains Daryl Hammond.
As their convincing win at Sevilla showed, Atletico Madrid are ready to mount a title challenge once again, writes Luke Taylor…
In the aftermath of the breakdown of David De Gea’s transfer to Real Madrid, the blame game has started, explains Luke Taylor…
Several had tipped the promoted clubs to be relegated from La Liga but, as Yousef Teclab writes, their results from the season's opening day showed they could stay up.
Luke Taylor explains the difficulties Luis Enrique could encounter with his squad this year despite Barcelona’s winning start.
The 2015-16 La Liga season is under way and the Football Espana team have had their say on how the campaign will go…
Villarreal may be somewhat weaker than last season, but Daryl Hammond foresees another top-six campaign for the Yellow Submarine.
Valencia headed into 2015-16 in positive spirits, but Daryl Hammond believes the recent sale of Nicolas Otamendi has posed a cause for concern.
A valiant effort is expected from Sporting Gijon but, as Cronan Yu writes, inexperience and a transfer ban may ultimately cost them.
With back-to-back Europa Leagues sealed, Cronan Yu believes the time has come for Sevilla to begin competing for elite status this season.
With new appointments and new problems, Luke Taylor discusses what to expect from the Coaches of La Liga in the new season…
David Moyes took over in November 2014 and steered Real Sociedad away from danger. Andrew Tuft assesses the Basques before the Scot’s first full campaign.
Rafa Benitez is in the hot seat and Sergio Ramos has his new contract. There’s no Iker Casillas, though, and Andrew Tuft wonders if there’s any real plan either…
The Segunda champions are expected to be comfortable in the Primera thanks in part to headline signing Rafael van der Vaart. Colin Millar looks closer.
Paco Jemez is again working with almost an entirely new squad but the Coach’s new contract is Rayo Vallecano’s best bit of business, according to Colin Millar.
Last year was a transitional one for Spain but the new season offers new hope. Luke Taylor looks ahead to a campaign that could take La Roja to Euro 2016.
It threatened to be a summer of discontent at La Rosaleda when three crucial players were sold, but, Dave Redshaw notes, there have been tidy additions too…
Austerity still reigns at Levante so it’s been a summer of scrimping and saving, leaving the Valencians fighting relegation again, Dave Redshaw writes.
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