BLOG ESPANA: JOEL RICHARDS
Roberto Soldado’s late winner points to what will be key for Spain as they navigate their qualification group, writes Joel Richards.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s outburst is part and parcel of signing the Portuguese striker, writes Joel Richards.
Just hours into a five-year Real Madrid deal, Luka Modric will have to learn the ropes at the Bernabeu quickly, writes Joel Richards.
Is Javier Saviola pining for a move to Spain to avoid one elsewhere? Joel Richards explains River Plate’s negative pull.
Mourinho says he is the Only One and some may think that’s just as well, but Joel Richards wouldn’t have it any other way.
Despite their Coach remaining loyal this summer, Joel Richards asks if Espanyol’s limited finances will restrict their ability to improve in 2012-13.
Zaragoza avoided relegation by the skin of their teeth last term. Joel Richards examines how they stand going into 2012-13.
Not even a historic Champions League qualification has left Malaga’s owners wanting more, writes Joel Richards.
As purse strings tighten in Spain, Osasuna lose their government subsidy, and Joel Richards says the change will be more than merely cosmetic.
Individual awards are more grist to the mill in the Real Madrid-Barcelona Press feud, writes Joel Richards.
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