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Zidane arrogance costs Madrid the Copa
Real Madrid's Copa del Rey defeat to Leganes rests on the shoulders of Zinedine Zidane, writes Daryl Hammond.
Writing on the wall for Las Palmas?
Luke Taylor questions if Paco Jemez will be able to save Las Palmas from the drop this season.
Mestalla meeting holds the key
Real Madrid's trip to Valencia on Saturday could prove crucial in this season's top four race, as Colin Millar writes.
Watford gracious for Gracia
Javi Gracia may be an unknown quantity in English football, but as Daryl Hammond writes, Watford have bagged themselves a fine Coach in the former Malaga boss...
Barca's Coutinho conundrum
As Philippe Coutinho closes in on his first Barcelona appearance since his €160m transfer from Liverpool, Asif Norat wonders where the Brazilian will fit in at Camp Nou.
Madrid must win El Clasico
Luke Taylor looks ahead to the first El Clasico of the campaign, which is a must-win encounter for Real Madrid in the title race.
New year, new Madrid?
Real Madrid have made a rocky start to their title defence and aren't considered favourites against Paris Saint-Germain. Itayi Stott looks at what's in store for Los Blancos next year...
For how long will Spain reign?
Luke Taylor explains why the dominance of Spanish clubs in European competition may be coming to an end.
Pt 2: Malaga's magical journey
With it coming up to five years since Malaga’s magical Champions League run, Alex Brotherton retells the story of how the Andalusians ambushed Europe’s elite…
Pt 1: Malaga's magical journey
With it coming up to five years since Malaga’s historic Champions League run, Alex Brotherton retells the story of how the Andalusians ambushed Europe’s elite…
Maxi the man for Celta
Luke Taylor gives us the lowdown on Celta Vigo hotshot Maxi Gomez, who has been arguably La Liga’s best, pound-for-pound signing.
Where is the goal-line technology?
Sunday’s draw between Valencia and Barcelona was another example of how desperate La Liga is for goal-line technology, writes Luke Taylor.
4-4-2 fever hits La Liga
Despite seemingly not having a place in modern-day football, 4-4-2 is currently being used by Spain’s top clubs. Sky Sports’ Jon Driscoll thinks the smaller sides should take notice...
All to play for
Barcelona were the only winners of the weekend’s Madrid derby but Valencia maintained their form too. Andrew Tuft senses a pivotal period approaching in La Liga…
Girona more than Madrid slayers
Girona delivered a historic win against Real Madrid, on a historic occasion for the club, but there is more to the result than meets the eye, writes Girona UK's Adam Selby.
Viva La Lega
Leganes are flying high in La Liga's top six, armed by Europe's joint-best defence. Luke Taylor gives us the lowdown on this season's surprise packages.
Assessing Sevilla's struggles
Sevilla suffered their worst-ever Champions League defeat on Wednesday, prompting questions to be asked. Ed Peacock looks at what’s gone wrong for the Andalusians.
Madrid feeling Bernabeu blues
After Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur, Luke Taylor looks at why their home form has been so poor this season.
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