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Neymar on the fringes
With arguably the most gifted attacking trident in world football, Sumeet Paul questions if Barcelona can keep their Brazilian star happy.
Liga stars to watch - part two
In the second of two parts, Terrance Ross looks at more of the youngsters to watch out for in La Liga this season…
Liga stars to watch - part one
In the first of two parts, Terrance Ross looks at some of the Spanish youngsters to watch out for this season.
Navas will see Casillas curtailed
With Real Madrid set to sign Keylor Navas, Rhys Clayton explains why it’s the end of an era for Spanish football.
Atletico’s show of intent
Atletico Madrid’s capture of Real Sociedad’s Antoine Griezmann shows the champions are as ambitious as ever, Frank Tigani writes…
Eibar's dream becomes reality
Eibar will compete in La Liga for the first time in its history this season, but have faced several obstacles along the way, as Yousef Teclab explains.
New season, new players, new Atleti
It’s been a summer of change for Atletico Madrid and Robbie Dunne sees a new approach for the champions in the signing of Mario Mandzukic.
Mathieu the best for Barca?
The signing may not be what everyone was hoping for, but there's more to Jeremy Mathieu than meets the eye, writes Cronan Yu.
A galactico too far?
The much-discussed transfer of James Rodriguez to Real Madrid was completed this week. Henry Chard wonders how Carlo Ancelotti will keep all his stars happy.
Barca have to build at the back
Barcelona’s star additions may serve to appease the fans but the most important area has been neglected. Yousef Teclab writes.
From heroes to zeroes
Real Madrid’s pursuit of James Rodriguez and the case of Isco show how yesterday’s stars become today’s afterthoughts, Yousef Teclab writes.
Kroos the perfect fit for Madrid
The Germany playmaker has shone at the World Cup and rumour has him joining Real Madrid. Henry Chard looks at how he will fit in at the Bernabeu.
Alfredo Di Stefano: 1926-2014
One of the greatest footballers of all time, Alfredo Di Stefano, has passed away at the age of 88. Mike Barnes looks back on his career and his lasting legacy.
Suarez: Style over substance?
Luis Suarez is close to leaving Liverpool for Barcelona but Henry Chard argues this isn’t what La Blaugrana need most of all…
World Cup 2014 - group stage review
With the group stage of the 2014 World Cup coming to an end, Football Espana looks back at the highs and lows in Brazil.
Suarez - worth the risk for Barca?
Luis Suarez’s biting ban hasn’t deterred Barcelona. Garreth Nunn asks if the Catalans can afford the risk the signing would bring.
A time for change for La Roja?
As Vicente Del Bosque remains tight-lipped on his future as Spain Coach, Henry Chard believes its time for a change.
Life after Villa?
With David Villa playing, and scoring, in what is likely to be his last game for Spain, Simon Harrison salutes the Roja legend.
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