BLOG ESPANA: KIERAN CANNING
Radamel Falcao and Diego Simeone have won two European competitions for Atletico, they must find a way into the one that matters, writes Kieran Canning
Valencia’s first-half performance this weekend proved too good to be true for their rookie Coach as Deportivo exposed old frailties, writes Kieran Canning.
Athletic Bilbao’s vulnerability without their star names raises serious questions about life after Javi Martinez and Fernando Llorente, writes Kieran Canning.
Santi Cazorla shone but otherwise this was a friendly worth more money than sense, writes Kieran Canning.
Barcelona lost their grip on the title last season, Kieran Canning examines whether with Tito Vilanova now in charge they are ready for a return to the top.
Deportivo are back in La Liga and promise to be a more entertaining watch than last time, but Kieran Canning asks if it’s enough to avoid relegation.
Luis Milla and his players were highly criticised after crashing out the Olympics, but it could just be the experience they needed writes Kieran Canning.
The current generation has proven to be golden, writes Kieran Canning, and now a younger crop have their chance to shine at the Olympics.
Despite some key losses to Mallorca’s squad, Kieran Canning writes on Joaquin Caparros’ confidence in his current selection of players.
The European Champions show their class after finally meeting an opponent in Italy willing to challenge them, writes Kieran Canning.
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