It’s not all about the big-money buys and there are some free agents who are capable of making an impact across Europe, writes Alex Wood.
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Conor Kelly believes that the number of clubs able to challenge for top European honours is continuing to dwindle.
Another El Clasico, another Barcelona victory and another controversial moment involving Lionel Messi. Just your average Wednesday night showdown then between two of football’s bitterest rivals writes Ger McCarthy.
The highly anticipated Champions League quarter-final ties kick off on Tuesday evening with the mouth-watering clash of Real Madrid versus Tottenham Hotspur as well as Inter Milan hosting Schalke 04.
Chelsea already has one foot in the quarter finals of the Champions League while Real Madrid face the tricky prospect of eliminating a Olympique Lyonnais side with a fine record against Spanish opposition in Wednesday night’s Round of 16 games.
Ballon D’or, Ballon D’or, Ballon D’or. That’s how La Liga seems to be shaping up for the coming 2009/ 2010 season. Firstly we have Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leit, known to us common folk as Kaka, the inspirational Brazilian playmaker who won the coveted prize two seasons ago. His highly publicised transfer to Real Madrid […]