Our man in Spain Joseph Sexton is back with all the latest goings on from La Liga, including match reports and paper talk.
Posts Tagged ‘Sevilla’
The Europa League is heading towards the business end of thigns and Jonathan O’Shea is here to preview tonight’s last 32 second legs.
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.
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.
This week’s jaw-dropping strikes comes from the La Liga yet again, as Pablo Piatti fired spectacularly past Sevilla in a 3-1 victory. Also featuring a beautiful flick from the same game, and a stunning strike from Portugla.
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…
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 […]
Almeria 2 Sevilla 3 The big question in La Liga on Saturday night was simple. Who would be heading for the Champions League? Would it be Sevilla, who travelled to Almeria, or Mallorca, at home to Espanyol, that clinched that crucial fourth place? With less than a minute of the season to go, it was […]
Sevilla 2 Barcelona 3 Pep Guardiola’s first failure to win a competition as Barcelona coach arrived well over a year after taking charge at the Camp Nou. It came at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in Seville. That night, Manolo Jimenez’s men were completely outplayed by a rampant Barca and suffered a 1-0 defeat but advanced […]