Sam Carney looks at some of Europe’s lesser known football teams looking to mix it with the big boys next season.
Archive for the ‘Spain’ Category
With the legendary Xavi Hernandez’s career at Barcelona reaching its end, Marco Verratti is the ideal replacement, writes Ameen Rabbani.
Andy Waters sheds light on why acquiring the services of Diego Simeone would have been a catastrophic mistake for the Premier League.
Ameen Rabbani discusses Córdoba’s torrid season and how poor club management may be partly to blame.
Robbie Deighan looks at the benefits of having Luis Suárez as Lionel Messi’s partner in crime at Barcelona.
Sierra Godfrey discusses Atletico Madrid’s Champions League win and how talk of decline is premature.
Sean Meehan discusses the recent failure of English clubs in the UEFA Champions League and whether it is part of a wider cycle in European competitions.
So often overshadowed by their more illustrious neighbours, Espanyol are enjoying their own success, writes Ameen Rabbani.
Paul Little believes that Luis Suarez will be a success at Barcelona but it will be difficult to emulate his days at Anfield.
Conor Kelly looks at the difficult start to Luis Suarez’s La Liga career.