Founded by Irish students at the beginning of the 20th century, UD Salamanca were once an established La Liga presence. Gerard Farrell charts their history.
Posts Tagged ‘Copa del Rey’
El Balonazo look forward to the Spanish Cup final as well as the weekend’s fixtures in the league.
Bin Pinkney tells us about Pichichi, the namesake of the goalscoring trophy.
Real Madrid may have come second best to Barcelona once again but Andrew McCarten is impressed with the progess being made under Jose Mourinho.
Gary Al-Smith looks at Emmanuel Adebayor and explains how the Togo international is ‘tired’ but ultimately happy in light of Real Madrid’s Copa del Rey win over Barcelona.
One El Clasico down, three to go, and Jospeh Sexton gives his thoughts on the story so far as well as the upcoming battles.
It’s been an epic year in Spanish football. Here, Joseph Sexton takes a look back at the opening phase of the season and a frenzied week of Copa del Rey action; and, of course, the final league program ahead of the winter shut-down.
Copa del Rey Final: Sevilla 2 Atletico Madrid 0 The magnificent surroundings of the Camp Nou provided the backdrop for a rather grand party on Sunday night as Barcelona clinched their twentieth La Liga title. And this coming Saturday, events at the Santiago Bernabeu will determine whether it will be Bayern Munich or Inter Milan […]