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Luke Taylor believes Real Madrid’s success is influencing Spain’s style of play under Julen Lopetegui.
The Spanish national side have come a long way in their century-long existence, from 'La Furia' to 'tiki-taka' and ultimate success.
Girona have made a flying start to life in the top flight of Spanish football and Adam Selby believes there's more to come.
Luke Taylor praises Atletico Madrid’s younger players and explains why they will play a big role this season.
Girona impressively held Atletico Madrid in their first-ever, La Liga game. Adam Selby believes it is a sign of things to come for the Catalans.
Barcelona look ordinary and are in desperate need of new blood to boost their squad, writes Luke Taylor.
The extremely productive South American production line has fed La Liga for years, Rob Hemingway analyses how long this will continue to last.
With another La Liga campaign finally upon us, Colin Millar gives an extensive lowdown on 10 of the sides competing in 2017-18.
Luke Taylor analyses an impressive summer of transfer activity at Real Betis.
Poor officiating must not be used as justification for pushing officials, meaning Cristiano Ronaldo was rightfully punished, argues Sky Sports' Jon Driscoll.
Girona completed a remarkable rise through the divisions with promotion to La Liga last season. Adam Selby looks back at their journey to the big time.
Diego Costa returning to Atletico Madrid is a deal that makes perfect sense, despite the old saying otherwise. Ed Peacock explains why...
Neymar’s €222m transfer to Paris Saint-Germain deprived Barcelona of their heir to Lionel Messi. Jagjeet Uberoi analyses what the deal means for the Catalans.
Luke Taylor analyses the reports from Brazil stating Neymar is about to leave Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain.
Diego Alves may have left Valencia without much fanfare, but Sky Sports' Jon Driscoll is sad to see La Liga lose a little bit of its theatre.
Luke Taylor discusses Real Madrid’s fresh approach to the transfer market after the signing of Dani Ceballos.
After seeing a proposed move to Manchester United collapse, Alvaro Morata is back where he started. Ed Peacock analyses the Real Madrid striker’s situation.
Tactical evolution and home-grown player development top of Ernesto Valverde’s to-do list as he takes his place in the Camp Nou dugout, writes Rob Hemingway.
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