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Despite Ousmane Dembele's undoubted talent, question marks over his injury record ensures logic to Barcelona's pursuit of Neymar, argues Cillian Shields.
The transfer window recently closed in Spain and David Whitworth analyses five intriguing transfers to keep an eye over this season.
Diego Simeone continues to urge caution but Atletico Madrid have every right to be excited about a title bid, as Brendy Boyle explains.
With La Liga taking a back seat for the upcoming international break, David Whitworth assesses the opening three rounds of matches in Spain.
Dani Ceballos has been a revelation since his loan move to Arsenal this summer and David Whitworth analyses his importance to the Gunners this season.
Following the debuts of Carles Perez and Ansu Fati, Cronan Yu argues that with proper integration, the future is bright for a Messi-less Barcelona
Ousmane Dembele is a player giving Barcelona plenty of problems despite his undoubted football talent, writes commentator Jon Driscoll.
Enric Gallego only became a professional footballer aged 31 but is now set for European football with Getafe. Cillian Shields documents his incredible rise.
Eden Hazard's quality is undoubted and David Whitworth has no questions that he will star for new club Real Madrid and make his mark in Spain.
The 2019-20 La Liga campaign is upon us and Football Espana have put it to our team of writers to look into their crystal ball for the upcoming season.
After a disappointing stint at Roma, sporting director Monchi has returned to Sevilla this summer and Kaustubh Pandey argues he has much work to do.
Cillian Shields examines why fans of Rayo Vallecano are not renewing their season tickets and planning boycotts of the club's games following relegation.
Sevilla's trip to Espanyol on the opening weekend of La Liga is an intriuging tie, but Rajan Hothi explains why Julen Lopetegui's men are favourites.
Martin Odegaard is back in Spain - on loan at Real Sociedad from Real Madrid - and David Whitworth explains why the Norwegian is set to shine.
Unsold La Liga TV rights in the UK on eve of new season threatens to leave Spain further behind Premier League, argues commentator Jon Driscoll.
Football Espana has a copy of the highly-anticipated upcoming book The Frying Pan of Spain - detailing football in the city of Seville - to give away.
Spain are once again among the leading candidates for next summer's European Championships, but the usual contenders will be stronger than ever.
Getafe's remarkable rise under Jose Bordalas in three seasons has taken them into Europe, so David Whitworth evaluates the project's sustainability.
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