13-Nov-2013

Today's front-page headlines from Marca, AS and Mundo Deportivo.

Totally Red

Spain will wear all red in Brazil

The shirt, the pants and socks are all red for the first ever time at a World Cup

With this strip we beat France in a key game during qualification

Xavi and Iker will promote the new jersey

Karanka signs for three seasons with Middlesbrough

Truths and lies about Messi's case

His great tour around the world is a cause of his injury, NO

He is looking for someone to look closely over his recovery, YES

There is a mental factor involved, YES

CR7 and Ibra, only one can go to Brazil

Just two days to go before Portugal and Sweden

Cristiano trains yesterday in the gym

A million more for Pepe

Madrid's salary is given an increase

Interview with Tebas: "A war without barracks is corruption"

Benitez in Naples: "Football can be beautiful on the counter attack"

"It pleases me that there are people in Madrid that agree with me"

Cristiano and Ribery in the challenge for the World Cup

In one week they will play in the play-offs to progress to Brazil 2014 and Fifa's major trophy

The play-off is the last great showcase ahead of the Balon d'Or award

Spanish players want photos with Obiang

Alves: "Neymar is prepared to assume the place left by Messi"

Caminero and Simeone consider transfers in January for Oliver and Leo Baptistao

Karanka signs for Middlesbrough

He signs for the club that is 16th in the English second division for two years and a half

Basketball: The ACB accepts to change the competition

Barcelona's new shirts for 2014-15

Valdes: "Messi is God"

Leo: "Thanks to everyone who have supported me"

Tito Vilanova, a regular at Camp Nou

The former coach has attended games against Real Madrid, Espanyol and Milan

He talks regularly with Xavi and others around the club

Interview with Killian Jornet: "You cannot lose on the mountains"

The Athlete remembers that "never can you lose the fear, without it I would be dead"

The lost medal of Jesse Owens

Real Madrid: The team ask for higher wages

Football: An emotional homage to Fernando Caceres