We're on right track - Michel

Posted Friday, October 31, 2014 by PA

Getafe midfielder Michel believes desire will go a long way towards carrying his team-mates towards a positive result at Deportivo La Coruna on Friday night.Last time out the capital club suffered their first defeat in four Primera Division outings, despite running their city rivals Atletico Madrid incredibly close at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.Mario Mandzukic's solitary goal gave Atletico all ...Full Story »

Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk stun on rare red carpet appearance

Posted Thursday, October 30, 2014 by Hellomagazine.com

Cristiano Ronaldo and his long-term girlfriend Irina Shayk delighted fans when they attended an awards ceremony in Madrid, Spain. Despite the couple's four-year relationship, Cristiano and Irina are rarely pictured walking the red carpet together, but on Monday night the Russian model showed her support by accompanying Cristiano to the Professional Football League gala. It was a celebratory ...Full Story »

Keylor Navas spied on by the Costa Rican police

Posted Thursday, October 30, 2014 by Marca.com

Agents of Costa Rica's Judicial Investigation Department (OIJ) and four prosecuting attorneys from its Public Office spied on personal aspects of Keylor Navas's life. OIJ director Francisco Segura has revealed that 24 agents accessed a police information platform in order to look into the private life of the Costa Rica team goalkeeper and that of two of his sisters. Use of this information p...Full Story »

Ronaldo scoops three LFP awards

Posted Thursday, October 30, 2014 by Fox Sports

Cristiano Ronaldo edged out Lionel Messi to be crowned the Primera Division's Best Player for 2013-14 at Monday night's LFP Awards Ceremony. The Real Madrid star, who also scooped the FIFA Ballon d'Or ahead of Messi earlier this year, picked up awards for being the Best Forward and scoring the Best Individual Goal for his audacious back-heeled volley against Valencia on May 4. Ronaldo was th...Full Story »

Barça boys make it big time

Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2014 by Goal.com

In a study carried out by the International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES) Football section published in 'L'Equipe', Barcelona appear as the club with the highest number of professional players currently working in the world's big leagues that have come from its youth academy.In total, Barça have 43 of their ex-students plying their trade around the globe. They are followed by Mancheste...Full Story »

Luis Enrique: Madrid's win will mean nothing if Barca win La Liga

Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2014 by Goal.com

The coach played down the significance of being beaten in El Clasico and claims he would choose the same XI if the Spanish giants were to clash again tomorrow Luis Enrique played down Barcelona's 3-1 defeat at Real Madrid, insisting that the Clasico stumble will mean nothing if they win La Liga.The Catalans remain first in the Spanish top flight after nine games, ahead of high-flying Sevilla on...Full Story »

Barcelona say Lionel Messi did not have prematch heel treatment

Posted Tuesday, October 28, 2014 by ESPN

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique insists that their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid is part of a learning process his side need to undertake. BARCELONA, Spain -- Barcelona say Lionel Messi did not receive treatment before playing a subdued clasico match against Real Madrid on Saturday. Press reports appeared on Monday saying the Argentina forward had received infiltrations -- injections by rheumatolog...Full Story »

Ronaldo voted La Liga's best player at LFP awards

Posted Tuesday, October 28, 2014 by Goal.com

The Real Madrid star won  the top gong for the first time as well as two other 2013-14 awards, with Diego Simeone named Coach of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo took the top gong at the LFP awards as La Liga's standout performers from the 2013-14 campaign were revealed on Monday night. The Real Madrid star was named the best player from last season in Spain's top flight after scoring 31 goal...Full Story »

Iniesta injury blow for Barca

Posted Monday, October 27, 2014 by Marca.com

Tests conducted on Sunday morning revealed that Andrés Iniesta picked up a right calf injury during Saturday's 'Clásico'. The Barça star had to be replaced by Sergi Roberto in the 71st minute at the Bernabéu after pulling up off the ball. The playmaker was wearing the captain's armband at the time, as skipper Xavi had been subbed off ten minutes earlier.Full Story »

'Clasico' comes too soon for Suarez

Posted Monday, October 27, 2014 by Marca.com

It was the question on everyone's lips in the run-up to the 'Clásico' at the Bernabéu. "Will Luis Suárez play?" wondered all the Real Madrid and Barcelona fans. Luis Enrique revealed that he would, but few people imagined that he would start. He played for 70 minutes, and it was clear that the game came too soon for him. Nevertheless, the Uruguayan did start well. Enrique depl...Full Story »

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