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How The Transfer Market Is Controlled And Inflated By The Big Spenders

How The Transfer Market Is Controlled And Inflated By The Big Spenders

With the World Cup now behind us, the new domestic season is just around the corner and the activity in the transfer market is also beginning to gather pace. Whilst it’s a very exciting time of the year to be a football fan as the rumours and speculation surrounding potential deals being struck for your club begin to rapidly circulate, ... Read More »

Real Madrid Claim European Crown Over Rivals Atletico (VIDEO)

Real Madrid Claim European Crown Over Rivals Atletico (VIDEO)

In what was an absolutely pulsating final from start to finish, Real Madrid claimed “La Decima”, their 10th European Cup crown, against cross-town rivals Atletico Madrid, winning 4-1 after 120 hard-fought minutes at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal. Madrid needed 4 goals after 90 minutes to amass that score line though, having gone down early in the 36th ... Read More »

A Real chance to stop Bayern

A Real chance to stop Bayern

Last night we saw Real Madrid steal a victory away from Bayern Munich in the first rounds of their Champions League Semi-Final.  Despite the fact Bayern had the lions share of possession at around 72% their short passing game didn’t allow them to overcome Madrid as they have done so many others. Arjen Robben came out after the game and ... Read More »

Why La Liga Isn’t All About Barca And Real

Why La Liga Isn’t All About Barca And Real

Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/uitdragerij/ Glance at the La Liga table right now and I bet nobody would have predicted what you’d see. It’s early February and with the season entering the final third, neither Barcelona nor Real Madrid lead the way. On a weekend where Barcelona suffered a very rare home defeat and Real Madrid could only manage a draw, Atletico Madrid ... Read More »

Video: Bale scores hat-trick

Video: Bale scores hat-trick

Gareth Bale scored a hat-trick for Real Madrid on Sunday night in Real Madrid’s 4-0 win over Valladolid in La Liga. The Welshman Bale scored the perfect hat-trick, scoring first with his head in the first half, his left foot and then right respectively in the second. He also provided the assist for the second goal. Cristiano Ronaldo missed the ... Read More »

Video: Bale scores a magical free kick against Galatasaray

Video: Bale scores a magical free kick against Galatasaray

Real Madrid midfielder Gareth Bale scored a wonderful free kick against Galatasaray in Wednesday night’s Champions League match up. The free kick gave the Spanish giants a 1-0 lead against the Turkish side, who are fighting with Juventus and FC Copenhagen to qualify. Bale, who joined Madrid from Spurs in the summer, is know for his free kicks and that ... Read More »

Neymar Leads Barcelona To El Classico Win (VIDEO)

Neymar Leads Barcelona To El Classico Win (VIDEO)

The stars were out in force in Barcelona late last night as new signee Neymar keyed a 2-1 win for Barcelona over bitter rivals Real Madrid at the Nou Camp. The home side went ahead through the Brazilian on 18 minutes with the crafty winger slotting through the wickets of a Madrid defenseman and past ‘keeper Diego Lopez into the ... Read More »

Gareth Bale Scores Sitter On Madrid Debut, But Villarreal Snatch Point At Home

Gareth Bale Scores Sitter On Madrid Debut, But Villarreal Snatch Point At Home

After the seemingly endless excursion of introductions, jersey posings, and ball juggling, Gareth Bale finally got down to the business of playing football for his new side Real Madrid and began his campaign in Spain in fine fashion, scoring 38 minutes into his side’s match at Villarreal although Madrid could only take a point from the fixture. Bale looked a ... Read More »

Real Madrid vs Borrusia Dortmund Preview

Real Madrid vs Borrusia Dortmund Preview

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Nani the (scape) goat?

Nani the (scape) goat?

So Manchester United crashed out of the European Cup a few nights ago in quite acrimonous circumstances. From taking the lead against Madrid through a Sergio Ramos own goal, United looked to be in control of the match with their game plan working to keep Madrid at bay. United were content to leave Madrid with the ball, trying to hit ... Read More »