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La Liga Talk with Forza Futbol episode 002

This week on La Liga Talk episode 002 podcast, we continue our team preview of the 2007-8 Season in La Liga. This week we will focus on the midtable from last year specifically – Deportivo La Coruña, Espanyol, Real Mallorca, Racing de Santander, Getafe, Recreativo Huelva, and Atletico Madrid. How do we think these teams will fare next year?

This week on Serie A Talk episode 002 podcast, continue our team preview of the 2007-8 Season in Serie A. This week we will focus on the midtable from last year specifically – Catania, Parma, Livorno, Udinese, Sampdoria, Atalanta, and Empoli. How do we think these teams will fare next year?

And a special edition of Forza Futbol where we discuss the silly season in La Liga and Serie A.

You can find La Liga Talk, Serie A Talk and Forza Futbol on itunes. Just search for Forza Futbol in the intunes music store podcast section and subscribe to all three. Send us your comments and emails at forzafutbol@forzafutbol.com.

Ciao y Gracias*

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