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Changing of the Barca guard?
With questions surrounding the form and fitness of Xavi Hernandez, Sean Duffy wonders about the prospects for a glaring alternative, Cesc Fabregas.
Copa lacks the Cup magic
As the Copa del Rey welcomes La Liga’s clubs this weekend, Henry Chard analyses whether the competition holds any importance anymore.
Bale key to Madrid success
Gareth Bale’s hat-trick against Real Valladolid was a reflection of Real Madrid’s resurgence as well as a personal triumph for the Welshman, says Mike Barnes.
It’s time for action
After allegations of racist abuse, Ryan Benson documents the recent behaviour of Real Betis’ ultras.
Betis don’t deserve Mel
After sacking Pepe Mel, Ryan Benson argues that Real Betis’ directors are the problem, not the Coach.
Victorious Valverde right to dream
Ernesto Valverde's Athletic Bilbao overcome their biggest test yet at home to Barcelona, convincing Joseph Sexton of their European credentials.
Barca’s demise, Madrid’s rise
Barcelona left San Mames empty-handed on Sunday night and Frank Tigani believes Coach Tata Martino has plenty to worry about.
Madrid get tough with Ultras
As Real Madrid attempt to get tough with their most radical group of supporters, the Ultras Sur, Dave Redshaw takes a look at the problem.
LFP set to reward Courtois’ efforts
On Monday night at a Gala dinner the LFP Awards from last season will be handed out and Atletico shot stopper Courtois is one of the favourites. Garreth Nunn looks at his time in Spain.
Schuster on Malaga tightrope
Malaga boss Bernd Schuster is a man under pressure as the first signs of discontent begin to surface at La Rosaleda. Dave Redshaw reports.
Meltdown at Mestalla
Valencia Coach Miroslav Djukic faces a crucial few days as he bids to keep hold of a job he has only held for a few months, writes Henry Chard.
Atleti can reach zenith
An early kick-off in St Petersburg shone the spotlight on Diego Simeone’s much-changed side. Mark Boullé believes they are worthy of the attention.
Wake-up call for Martino
Barcelona are not looking like the team they used to be and, now tasting defeat, Mike Barnes says their opponents are becoming more confident.
Atleti continue bucking the trend
Another week, another comfortable win for Barcelona and Real Madrid. But, Frank Tigani believes that Atletico Madrid are proving there is still life in La Liga.
With Victor Valdes injured, Sam Marsden asks whether Jose Pinto is an able deputy or if Barca’s No. 1 will be a bigger loss than Lionel Messi.
Levante, La Liga’s financial model?
With money tight and many clubs living beyond their means, Dave Redshaw shows how Levante are leading the way in financial prudence.
The heat is on in Seville
Both Unai Emery and Pepe Mel head into the Seville derby feeling the heat for difficult starts to the season, writes Henry Chard.
Pain for Spain as little gained
Spain’s latest friendly had a touch of farce in every sense as they went down to an embarrassing defeat on the site of their greatest triumph, writes Joseph Sexton
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