Peter Lim’s arrival at Valencia promised much, but has descended into farce and on the pitch Valencia are reaping the results, writes Paul Little.
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Iniesta perfection and a new pragmatic Real Madrid are the headlines as Paul Little analyses the action from Saturday’s El Clásico.
Paul Little discusses the fallout from another stunning El Clásico that saw Atletico Madrid mauled by their city rivals.
Jorge Sampaoli’s Sevilla have so far confounded critics by managing to stay the pace at the top of La Liga, But can they break the hegemony the top three?
The Canary Island minnows have exploded onto La Liga’s map, thanks to a brilliant second half of 15/16 and a hot start to 16/17. Just who are these guys?
After two games a certain team was leading La Liga ahead of FC Barcelona and Real Madrid…No, it’s not Atletico Madrid or Sevilla, It’s Las Palmas.
Paul Little discusses the impact that Zinedine Zidane has had since taking over at Real Madrid, the reigning Champions League holders.
Despite unprecedented Continental success last season, the future could be far from plain sailing for Real Madrid, writes John Kent.
John Kent takes look at transition in the world of football, and how clubs like Southampton and Sevilla have achieved continued success.
Barcelona took on Celtic at the Aviva Stadium over the weekend, and Alwyn Robinson was on the ground for Back Page Football to capture the action.