Ciaran Kelly hails Italian and AC Milan legend Paolo Maldini.
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Tom Pyman looks the 2011/12 incarnation of Real Madrid and wonders whether they can finally knock Barcelona off their perch at the summit of La Liga.
Ciaran Kelly is back with another fantastic read and this time out his focus is on French legend Zidane Zidane.
Ciaran Kelly delves deep into the character of one of football’s most currently talked about men.
The La Liga season has just gotten underway and Joseph Sexton has given us this must read in-depth preview.
As Barcelona continue to receive worldwide plaudits for their recent achievements, long time rivals Real Madrid must attempt to break the mould.
One El Clasico down, three to go, and Jospeh Sexton gives his thoughts on the story so far as well as the upcoming battles.
Dean Hayes compares the classic quarterback characteristics of the American football game to that of Real Madrid central midfielder Xabi Alonso, who’s deep passing game has become the primary core of his team’s style of play ever since his days at Liverpool.
After much speculation and media frenzy, Xabi Alonso’s transfer to Real Madrid has finally been completed. Some suspect that Liverpool’s title hopes go with him, but I disagree – he will be sorely missed, no doubt, but it is a hole we can fill. He is certainly not easily replaceable, some might say irreplaceable, but […]