Mathieu: "Here Messi is untouchable"

Posted Friday, October 24, 2014 by Marca.com

The trio of Messi-Suarez-Neymar could make "sparks fly" in rival defences, team mate Jeremy Mathieu claims. "We still don't know who'll play the Clásico, but the trio of Messi-Suárez-Neymar could do serious damage in attack. We'll see on the day, but sparks might fly," the French defender said. Suárez "could go far, that's why he's come here. On the pitch, in training, it's cl...Full Story »

Ronaldo: "I don't know why 'el Clasico' is being played on Saturday"

Posted Friday, October 24, 2014 by Marca.com

Ronaldo has expressed his disappointment at Real Madrid's lack of rest ahead of the game against Barcelona. "A world-class footballer knows that two days rest isn't the same as three, but it's no excuse because we're going to play well and win", he told. "They should take more care with these details because 24 hours extra rest is a lot", he added.Ronaldo also commented on his substitution: "I...Full Story »

Former Barca keeper Valdes to train with United

Posted Friday, October 24, 2014 by foxsportsasia.com

The 32-year-old, a free agent after leaving the Nou Camp in the summer, will first continue his recovery from a torn cruciate ligament at United before training with the first team. A statement from the Old Trafford club said: "Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has offered the 32-year-old former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes a chance to complete his rehabilitation from a knee inju...Full Story »

"I had a couple of options to go to Real Madrid"

Posted Wednesday, October 22, 2014 by Marca.com

Steven Gerrard dreams of repeating Liverpool's goalfest against 'Los Blancos' five years ago, although he is fully aware that this season's new-look Real Madrid is a far stronger team than the one they faced back in 2009. The 'Reds' captain was full of praise for Cristiano Ronaldo of whom he said 'I think now he is arguably the best player in the world". He also admitted he could have moved t...Full Story »

De Boer: Messi must listen to Luis Enrique

Posted Tuesday, October 21, 2014 by Goal.com

The Argentine international apparently refused to be substituted while chasing the all-time Liga goalscoring record in Saturday's Liga win over Eibar Frank de Boer says that just because Lionel Messi is the best player in the world, it does not mean that the Barcelona superstar can ignore his coach's instructions. It has been reported in Spain that the Argentina international refused to be s...Full Story »

Ancelotti open to BPL return

Posted Tuesday, October 21, 2014 by Fox Sports

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has revealed he would like to return to the Premier League should he leave the Spanish giants before he retires. The former Chelsea boss won the Premier League and FA Cup in his first year in charge at Stamford Bridge in 2010 - the Blues' first ever double - but was sacked by Roman Abramovich a year later. The 55-year-old Italian was then appointed manager...Full Story »

Messi nears greatness as Barca down Eibar

Posted Sunday, October 19, 2014 by Marca.com

Lionel Messi racked up his 250thPrimera Division goal as he celebrated the 10-year anniversary of his Barcelona debut with a 3-0 win over Eibar. Messi rounded off the scoring at the Nou Camp to keep the Catalans top of the table ahead of next week's El Clasico.The Argentinian set up the opener for Xavi just before the hour-mark before Neymar volleyed in a second.Messi's strike took him to withi...Full Story »

The charge of the White Brigade

Posted Sunday, October 19, 2014 by Marca.com

Real Madrid will take to the Bernabéu pitch next week in 'El Clásico' in a rich vein of form after five straight league victories in which they have amassed a staggering 25 goals.The last five came against a Levante side that never truly tested the European champions, who are going from strength to strength with each passing game.Ancelotti rested Bale, which allowed him to offer Isco...Full Story »

Real Madrid inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo double as they crush Levante

Posted Sunday, October 19, 2014 by theguardian.com

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring for the second time in Real Madrid's 5-0 away win at Levante. Cristiano Ronaldo maintained his blistering scoring form with two goals as Real Madrid strolled to an impresssive 5-0 victory over Levante in La Liga on Saturday.The forward has 15 netted times in the first eight league games and Real move up to second in the table, a point behind the leader...Full Story »

Barca's Suarez receives Golden Shoe, says he's ready for El Clasico

Posted Friday, October 17, 2014 by Fox Sports

Luis Suarez holds his Golden Shoe award for scoring 31 times for Liverpool last season Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has been presented with the Golden Shoe trophy by his former Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish - and says he is ready for his El Clasico debut. Suarez won the award  - for scoring the most league goals in Europe - after netting 31 times for Liverpool last season, the same tally...Full Story »

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