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Can RCD Mallorca rise again?
Following demotion to the third tier, the Islanders hopes have risen of a return to former glories under American ownership, writes Rob Hemingway.
What we learned from La Liga Week 5
From giant-killers to curses, Daryl Hammond rounds up the best bits of the most recent Liga matchday…
American dream or nightmare?
Girona-Barcelona in Miami throws into sharp relief the matrixed structure of Spanish and world football – and could set a precedent for multiple copycat initiatives – warns Rob Hemingway…
What we learned from La Liga Week 3
Real Madrid and Barcelona carried on impressive early form but the weekend’s highlight was El Gran Derbi, as Daryl Hammond explains.
What we learned from La Liga Week 2
Real Valladolid's pitch, VAR in action and plenty of entertainment besides - La Liga is now in full swing, as Daryl Hammond explains.
Emery needs Arsenal time
Unai Emery needs more Sevilla and less Paris Saint-Germain to turn around Arsenal's fortunes. Football Espana explains why...
Sergi Roberto: Barca's unsung hero
He is not Xavi Hernandez or Andres Iniesta, but Sergi Roberto is deserving of his role as a Barcelona team captain, writes Alex Argyrou.
Valencia closing on Spain's elite
Valencia's will be hoping their return to Champions League football this season is no false dawn, with Angus Cochrane analysing why Los Che are here to stay.
Ronaldo & Messi: a timeline
The Ronaldo-Messi era is over following the Portuguese's transfer to Juventus. James Porter Hunt looks back at the last nine years...
Life after Ronaldo
With Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid for Juventus, Yousef Teclab looks at how Los Merengues can fill the gap left behind by the Portuguese forward.
Ronaldo’s top 10 Madrid goals
Despite having 450 goals to choose from, Sam Bridges picks the most memorable of Cristiano Ronaldo’s strikes for Real Madrid…
Cristiano the conqueror
As Cristiano Ronaldo swaps Real Madrid for Juventus, Asif Norat remembers the untouchable legacy left behind by the No 7 at the Santiago Bernabeu…
Luis Enrique: Right man, right time
Following an international career built largely on disappointment, Luis Enrique is right man to turn around Spain's fortunes, writes Cronan Yu.
Spain stuck in the past
The inquest into Spain's shock exit from the World Cup is in full swing, but Daryl Hammond saw the same issues with their tired 'tiki-taka' approach four years ago...
More questions than answers
Spain qualified for the World Cup last 16 as group winners but by the skin of their teeth. James Porter Hunt feels changes are needed – and fast.
Iran in Spain's sights
Spain resume their World Cup campaign on Wednesday against surprise packages Iran. Rajan Hothi looks at how both sides will fare in Kazan…
Pt 2: Espana interviews… Simon Kjaer
Speaking exclusively to Football Espana’s Asif Norat, Sevilla defender Simon Kjaer tells us all about his experiences in Spain…
The rise & fall of Lopetegui
Luis Rubiales’ decision to sack the national-team Coach may have happened in the heat of the moment but, as Cronan Yu explains, Spanish football will be all the better for it.
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