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A week after the claims of match fixing in La Liga, this weekend sees a rematch of perhaps last season's most controversial match.
Juan Carlos Valerón: The career of football's more delicate talents of the last couple of decades is going to end in sadly subdued circumstances.
Bundesliga returned last weekend, and in the process welcomed back its player of the year from two seasons ago. Nuri Sahin.
As the dust settles on Napoli’s punishment over an aborted match fix three seasons ago, the simmering sense of resentment built up over years of enmity with the north shows no sign of abating.
It’s one of those expressions that work equally well in Spanish and English: “Mourinho Tira La Toalla A 22 Jornadas Del Final” – “Mourinho...
Messi made headlines this weekend but the 18-year-old Betis youngster, Alvaro Vadillo, has proved to be a hot prospect.
Winning is a habit, we're told. Juventus are finding that losing is too.
Harry Redknapp isn't the only veteran to take on a dysfunctional bottom of the table side this week, Mexican coach J. Aguirre has taken on a massive job at Espanyol.
When Jose Antonio Reyes scored the faster goal in the history of the Seville derby, it seemed too good to be true. Is Reyes coming back... or is it a false dawn?