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Another chance for Negredo
Luke Taylor explains why Alvaro Negredo has a point to prove after returning to the Premier League with Middlesbrough.
Sampaoli’s Sevilla off to a flyer
Jorge Sampaoli has won his first two pre-season fixtures with Sevilla. Euan McTear discusses what lessons can be learned from the victories.
Pep’s City blueprint
Pep Guardiola is set for the biggest challenge of his managerial career at Manchester City. Feargal Brennan assesses the task facing the former Barcelona Coach.
All the right moves
Defensive mistakes nearly cost Barcelona the League title last season but, as Yousef Teclab writes, they have made sure that won’t happen again.
Atletico preparing another title challenge
Although last season ended in heartbreak for Atletico Madrid, Euan McTear explains how the club are building a title-challenging squad for 16-17.
Eibar’s nine lives
Eibar's achievements last season was one of La Liga's feel good stories, but as Yousef Teclab writes, the challenge will be to prove it was no fluke.
Cristiano, the greatest
Luke Taylor hails Cristiano Ronaldo as the best European player of all time after Portugal’s Euro 2016 triumph on Sunday.
As current top goalscorer at Euro 2016, Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann has been the player of the tournament, writes Luke Taylor.
The Fantastic Four
Feargal Brennan reviews his four best – and most realistic – candidates to succeed Vicente del Bosque as Spain Coach.
Change and uncertainty in Andalusia
Four clubs, four new Coaches, four new projects. Colin Millar analyses the changes in the south of Spain.
Caparros links should worry Spain
International jobs may not be as attractive as their club equivalents, but Livio Caferoglu asks if Joaquin Caparros is really the best Spain can come up with.
PSG turn to Europa master Emery
Unai Emery is the new Coach of Paris Saint-Germain after the swift-but-expected departure of Laurent Blanc on Monday. David Bronstein details the job he’s taking in Ligue 1.
Pain for Spain
As the dust settles, Luke Taylor delivers his assessment on Spain’s Euro 2016 campaign, where a glorious era came to an ignominious end.
Spain & Italy set for spectacle
Italy’s stern defence could halt the Spanish attack, but does Alvaro Morata have a painful farewell to his soon-to-be former Juventus teammates? George Rinaldi poses the question.
The oldest club in Spain face the threat of extinction this week. John Sager looks at the case of Recreativo Huelva and how you can help.
Spain v Italy betting: Four top Spain bets at Euro 2016
Spain and Italy are regular opponents and their Euro 2016 Round of 16 meeting on Monday promises to be as close as ever.
Morata the man
Luke Taylor says Alvaro Morata’s goals will be pivotal in Spain overcoming the tricky knockout ties they are now facing after their defeat to Croatia.
Experience the key for La Roja
Luke Taylor believes the experienced players in the squad are as important as ever to Spain but balance is still needed…
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