So often overshadowed by their more illustrious neighbours, Espanyol are enjoying their own success, writes Ameen Rabbani.
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Rob McDonald talks us through Barcelona’s resounding win over Villarreal at the weekend and also rounds up the opening weekend’s other results.
The La Liga season has just gotten underway and Joseph Sexton has given us this must read in-depth preview.
One El Clasico down, three to go, and Jospeh Sexton gives his thoughts on the story so far as well as the upcoming battles.
Barcelona finally slipped up in La Liga with a draw against Sporting Gijon, and Joseph Sexton brings us details from that game as well as the best of the rest from La Liga.
Another week, another Lionel Messi masterclass as Barcelona cruised to another win in Spain and Joseph Sexton is here with all the details.
Joseph Sexton is back, and runs down the weekend’s Spanish action.
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.
It has been an arguably low-key summer for Spanish clubs in terms of transfer movement, with the most talked-about move being one that looks unlikely to actually take place. Regardless of where Cesc Fabregas ends up playing his football for the forthcoming season, though, there have been plenty of moves worth reading up on. Here is Backpage Football’s guide to the switches so far…
A boring two horse race may have well turned into an exciting trio as Sevilla beat Real Madrid convincingly at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan 2-1 to damage Real’s 100% start to the season and to signal their own intentions. This game was being billed as the first ‘Real’ test for Madrid and it was one they certainly failed as […]