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Football has long been accused of selling out. Garreth Nunn looks at how Rayo Vallecano is still a local club with a heart.
As Real Madrid continue to chase more silverware this season, Sumeet Paul believes Carlo Ancelotti will have many more years of success with the club.
Lionel Messi became the all-time La Liga top scorer with a hat-trick against Sevilla, an achievement that also made him Mike Barnes’ Player of the Week.
Terrance Ross looks back on a bad year for Spain but sees the green shoots of recovery as Vicente del Bosque trusts in his youngsters…
It was a slow start for David Moyes as Real Sociedad Coach, but still a step in the right direction, writes Daryl Hammond...
Despite helping land La Decima, Xabi Alonso isn’t the most popular ex-Real Madrid player. In light of his recent comments, Dave Redshaw explains why…
Sevilla lost key players this summer but are close to the top four. Rhys Clayton looks at how the club are faring ahead of a big week…
Real Madrid may be League leaders, but as Yousef Teclab writes, Luka Modric’s injury mean Los Merengues will be tested for the next few months.
Garreth Nunn explains how Atletico Madrid’s proposed move from Vicente Calderon has become Spain’s never-ending story…
With Neymar’s increasing prominence at Barcelona, Oli Coates wonders whether it is a matter of time before he becomes the latest in an illustrious line of Brazilian Barca No.10s.
From a Real Madrid reject to the Spanish national right-back, Alvaro de la Vega reviews the rise of Juanfran Torres.
Isco made his first start for Spain last night, and Daryl Hammond believes it should be the first of many for the Real Madrid starlet…
Malaga have suffered in recent times, but as Yousef Teclab writes, it has surprisingly led to improved fortunes in the League.
David De Gea has just turned 24 and the future is bright for the young goalkeeper, but as Garreth Nunn explains, he hasn’t always had it easy…
The Champions League proved to be too much for Athletic Bilbao, considering their style of play, as Mina Rzouki asks if they even want to be in Europe…
As David Moyes opts to restore his reputation with Real Sociedad, Mike Barnes considers the size of the task facing the Scot in San Sebastian.
While Fernando Llorente remains in the international wilderness, Juventus teammate Alvaro Morata has been selected by Spain. Luca Cetta examines the decision.
Cesc Fabregas’ injury gives the youngsters in Vicente del Bosque’s squad a chance. Terrance Ross looks at why a certain two should be included. 
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