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Aduriz, Bielsa’s missing link
Athletic Bilbao’s capture of Aritz Aduriz is a significant one for Marcelo Biela’s strategy, argues David Cartlidge
Content but lacking cutting edge
Vicente del Bosque may be happy with Spain’s opening Euro 2012 draw with Italy, but Mike Barnes asks if they should have won.
High expectations on Spain’s Sergio Ramos
In the absence of Carles Puyol, Spain will turn to a new leader at the back, and Ally Macleod argues that it will be former right-back Sergio Ramos
Preciado’s impact on La Liga
Manolo Preciado was one of La Liga’s most loved Coaches. Ben Hayward remembers the impact he had on those he encountered.
Bielsa’s Basque revolution at a crossroads
Marcelo Bielsa signing to a new deal at Athletic Bilbao is the start to the kind of summer the club need for its future progress, says Iain McMullen.
Benat-fits for Spain
Spain may have endured a less-than-simple preparation for Euro 2012, but in doing so, they may have also unearthed a future star, says Kieran Canning.
Spain go into Euro 2012 with a few doubts raised about their ability to keep hold of the title, as Dave Redshaw explains
Steadying The Islander's Ship
Joaquin Caparros’ almost took Mallorca into the Europa League in 2011-12, something that Daniel Fernandez says deserves recognition.
Replacing David Villa
Spain warmed up for Euro 2012 with a comfortable win over South Korea. Luke Colbourne looks at the clues it provided for team selection.
Atletico’s stadium limbo
Atletico Madrid have been hit by issue after issue in their bid to move to a new stadium. Garreth Nunn explains why
Malaga and their money
Malaga fans should be basking in the delight of Champions League qualification, but as Olly Dawes writes, they have growing financial concerns.
The future is white
Real Madrid’s ambition to begin a dynasty at the club may be helped the most, argues David Cartlidge, by their own youth team
Soldado loses Spain fight
Vicente del Bosque has named his final 23-man squad to take to Euro 2012. Mike Barnes picks out the name most notably absent.
Bielsa bids pupil Guardiola farewell
As Pep Guardiola oversees his final game as Barcelona Coach, Ben Hayward believes it is poignant that Marcelo Bielsa will be in the opposition dugout.
Controversial businessman Ali Syed has retained control of Racing Santander, but as Dermot Corrigan argues, there's no end in sight to their woes.
Kieran Canning profiles Santi Cazorla, Spain’s hidden midfield gem whose influence was felt this season at both past and present employers.
Enthusing Edgar’s energy
As Barcelona arrive at another crossroads, Iain McMullen remembers the last time they faced a turning point, and who they turned to.
Could the banks own Ronaldo and Kaka?
Could Real Madrid lose ownership of Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricky Kaka in a complex financial struggle? Dave Redshaw looks at the facts.
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