World Cup 2014
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Captain fantastic forever a legend
This week Carles Puyol surprised everyone when he announced he was leaving Barcelona at the end of the season. Garreth Nunn looks at his career at Camp Nou.
Iker or Victor? That is the question…
Groundhog day is fast approaching for Vicente Del Bosque, who must decide who is to be his No.1 goalkeeper, writes Joseph Walker
Can anyone stop La Roja?
After Spain's 1-0 win over Italy, Henry Chard questions whether anyone can prevent La Roja retaining the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
A match made in heaven
After experimenting with several strikers since World Cup 2010, Vicente Del Bosque has finally found the forward La Roja need, writes Cronan Yu.
Costa a contender for La Roja
Diego Costa could make his debut for Spain against Italy. Mike Barnes considers what Vicente Del Bosque is looking for from tonight’s World Cup warm-up.
The Derby delights
The Madrid derby lived up to expectations as both sides were forced to come back and ultimately settle for a draw, which Frank Tigani believes was just about right.
Del Bosque's World Cup conundrum
Terrance Ross runs his eye over Spain's recent friendly squad announcement for the game against Italy
Can Casillas turn it around again?
From saint to sinner at Real Madrid, Garreth Nunn looks at Iker Casillas and his fall from grace. Could the shot stopper still come out a hero this season?
Rampant Madrid seek European glory
Real Madrid put six past Schalke in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 knockout tie, sending out a message to Europe, Henry Chard writes.
Spain’s northern soul
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid both suffered defeats at the weekend, but Mike Barnes says their northern opponents deserve credit for their success.
Bad week for red-faced authorities
Spanish football’s top dogs are so set on blaming fans for their problems they are oblivious to their own shortcomings, believes Joseph Walker.
Ancelotti mastering Madrid
Real Madrid are not only leading La Liga, but the team are also united and playing attractive football. Frank Tigani believes their Italian tactician deserves the plaudits.
Barca in strife following latest setback
Following a week of highs and lows, questions remain as to whether Tata Martino is capable of leading Barcelona to a successful season, writes Cronan Yu.
T-shirt fine criticised across Spain
Usually the Segunda gets little attention. Garreth Nunn explains why Jaen vs. Las Palmas has been the talk of Spain.
Barca pass Man City test
Barcelona’s victory over Manchester City offered confirmation the Spanish champions are back to their best, writes Mike Barnes.
The man in the middle
Referees are never far from the spotlight in La Liga. Garreth Nunn looks at how lately they have been coming in for extra criticism.
Real Madrid’s treble chance
After Real Madrid booked their place in the Copa del Rey final, Mike Barnes says Carlo Ancelotti’s men are serious contenders for treble success.
Pepe embodying Madrid resurgence
Pepe could have been cast aside this season but as Terrance Ross explains, he’s never been more important to Real Madrid
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