Mauricio Pochettino remained loyal to Espanyol this week but Kieran Canning asks if can he realistically take them to the next level.
Barcelona’s search for a new left-back sees them considering former youth player Jordi Alba, which Ally Macleod believes, is a sensible move
Two of Real Madrid’s finest are struggling to replicate last season’s form for their country at Euro 2012. Olly Dawes investigates.
As Lionel Messi finishes a record-breaking term for Barcelona, Garreth Nunn argues that lingering doubts should now be ended
Spain dropped points in their opening Euro 2012 clash because of an obsession with possession, argues Mina Rzouki
Athletic Bilbao’s capture of Aritz Aduriz is a significant one for Marcelo Biela’s strategy, argues David Cartlidge
Vicente del Bosque may be happy with Spain’s opening Euro 2012 draw with Italy, but Mike Barnes asks if they should have won.
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
Manolo Preciado was one of La Liga’s most loved Coaches. Ben Hayward remembers the impact he had on those he encountered.
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.
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
Joaquin Caparros’ almost took Mallorca into the Europa League in 2011-12, something that Daniel Fernandez says deserves recognition.
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 Madrid have been hit by issue after issue in their bid to move to a new stadium. Garreth Nunn explains why
Malaga fans should be basking in the delight of Champions League qualification, but as Olly Dawes writes, they have growing financial concerns.
Real Madrid’s ambition to begin a dynasty at the club may be helped the most, argues David Cartlidge, by their own youth team
Vicente del Bosque has named his final 23-man squad to take to Euro 2012. Mike Barnes picks out the name most notably absent.
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