Spectacular news coming out of Madrid. Spanish No. 1 and Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas is set to leave the club and the country at around 1pm local time, in order to join his new employers FC Porto of Portugal. … Continue reading Casillas Joins Porto
UD Las Palmas will be back in La Liga after 13 years by virtue of beating Real Zaragoza in the play-off finals. The team had lost the first leg of the final by a margin of 3-1, but the away … Continue reading Las Palmas Back In La Liga!
Last month’s Europa League final between Ukraine’s Dnipro and Spain’s Sevilla actually produced a Colombian winner with a remarkable story. Just under nine years ago, Carlos Bacca was on the books of Colombia’s Junior FC, but failed to make a … Continue reading The Remarkable Carlos Bacca
Valencia have started the summer break with an impressive shopping spree that strongly underlines their ambitions for the upcoming La Liga and Champions League campaigns. The club that secured fourth spot in La Liga with ten minutes to go in … Continue reading Watch Out For Valencia!
Barcelona announced the signing of right-sided player Aleix Vidal for €18 million from Europa League champions Sevilla yesterday. On the surface, this deal sounds very much like a rather typical transfer, especially considering the uncertainty surrounding Dani Alves’ future at … Continue reading Aleix Vidal’s Meteoric Rise To Barcelona
Yesterday was testament to the belief that football does indeed never really stop to fascinate us, even after a Champions League final, when people could be forgiven for forgetting about arguably less important match-ups. However, what Spain’s second division served … Continue reading Unbelievable Drama In Spain’s Segunda
Without a doubt, Luis Suarez is a phenomenon. You might like him, you might not, but no debate is needed when it comes to the man’s ability with a football. Equally, there might not be the need for any debate … Continue reading Luis Suarez – The Phenomenon