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Barcelona’s star additions may serve to appease the fans but the most important area has been neglected. Yousef Teclab writes. 
Real Madrid’s pursuit of James Rodriguez and the case of Isco show how yesterday’s stars become today’s afterthoughts, Yousef Teclab writes.
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.
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.
Luis Suarez is close to leaving Liverpool for Barcelona but Henry Chard argues this isn’t what La Blaugrana need most of all…
With the group stage of the 2014 World Cup coming to an end, Football Espana looks back at the highs and lows in Brazil.
Luis Suarez’s biting ban hasn’t deterred Barcelona. Garreth Nunn asks if the Catalans can afford the risk the signing would bring.
As Vicente Del Bosque remains tight-lipped on his future as Spain Coach, Henry Chard believes its time for a change.
With David Villa playing, and scoring, in what is likely to be his last game for Spain, Simon Harrison salutes the Roja legend.
Mike Barnes gives his verdict on Spain's catastrophic World Cup campaign, which ended with La Roja finishing third in Group B.
Following their last day relegation from La Liga, the Pamplona club find themselves in severe trouble on and off the pitch, Henry Chard writes...
Spain’s World Cup campaign came crashing down this week. Garreth Nunn looks at one of the big questions that has been raised - the forwards and their future.
Surveying the wreckage of Spain’s early World Cup exit, Terrance Ross picks out five new faces who should go to Euro 2016…
Simon Harrison believes Spain’s early World Cup exit has revealed the need for a new approach and new faces…
As Spain prepare to take on Chile, Cronan Yu believes that Vicente del Bosque has to adapt or face an early exit.
After their humbling against the Netherlands, Mike Barnes says that anything other than a win against Chile will leave Spain’s World Cup hopes in serious doubt.
Adored in Barcelona, the World Cup has confirmed that Lionel Messi isn’t quite so loved by fans of Argentina. Oli Coates looks at the reasons why…
Spain were humbled by Netherlands on Friday evening, going down 5-1 to the Oranje. Simon Harrison wonders where it went wrong for La Roja.
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