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Gerard a gamble worth taking
Gerard Deulofeu is quite the coup for Everton but, as Yousef Teclab explains, the move promises to benefit all parties involved.
How Florentino lost his groove
Once seen as the man who could do no wrong, Garreth Nunn looks at how Florentino Perez has lost his appeal and how the end may be near for the Real Madrid President.
Canaries flying high
Las Palmas are back in the Primera after turning last season’s play-off heartbreak into joy. Colin Millar reports on the island outfit.
Party time in Gijon
Sporting Gijon overcame a transfer ban to seal a return to the Primera, brining talented youngsters and passionate fans with them, Colin Millar writes…
Betis back in the big time
In the wake of Real Betis steamrolling all before them in La Segunda, Colin Millar expects the Andalucians to make a significant impact on the top flight next season.
Spain women look to the future
Spain may not have won a game at their first Women’s World Cup but, as Yousef Teclab explains, it will serve to embolden them in future tournaments and could usher change.
Stick or twist?
Luciano Vietto and Gerard Moreno have contributed to Villarreal’s success in 2014-15 but, as Yousef Teclab writes, the club face a real fight to keep them this summer.
Where did it go wrong for San Iker?
It was rumoured this week that Iker Casillas would end his association with Real Madrid. Garreth Nunn looks at where it all went wrong for one of the Santiago Bernabeu’s biggest heroes.
2014-15 Segunda Review
Colin Millar looks back on a tumultuous season in La Segunda, as big names are promoted to La Liga and relegated to the third tier with intriguing play-offs still to come…
Farewell to a legend
As Xavi Hernandez packs his bags for Qatar after bringing the curtain down on his legendary spell with Barcelona, Livio Caferoglu pays tribute to the outgoing midfielder.
After being named man of the match against Juventus in the Champions League final, Daryl Hammond praises the Barcelona midfielder for delivering yet another big performance on the big stage.
Barca make Berlin history
With Barcelona’s second treble and fifth Champions League now in the bag, Cronan Yu reflects on a historic night in the German capital.
Barcelona’s road to the CL final
Cronan Yu recalls Barcelona’s road to the Champions League final, with Juventus the latest champions to challenge La Blaugrana…
Barca ‘09 vs Barca ‘15
Barca won the treble in Pep Guardiola’s first season and now look like doing it in Luis Enrique’s too. But whose squad is better? Garreth Nunn gives his opinion.
From chumps to champions
As Barcelona prepare for their eighth European cup final this weekend, Colin Millar looks at how the Catalans have turned from perennial underachievers to genuine competitors.
The rise and rise of Rakitic
Ivan Rakitic may only be in his first season at Barcelona, but he has already emerged as a key player at Camp Nou ahead of an imminent treble, writes Yousef Teclab.
Enrique's incredible crisis
Luis Enrique heads into Saturday’s Champions League Final with the potential to create a piece of history that seemed unimaginable at the turn of the year, writes Oli Coates.
Dani Alves has lit up Camp Nou throughout his seven years at Barcelona, but the Champions League final appears to be his swansong - and not a happy one, as Andrew Tuft writes.
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