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Real Madrid Lift La Liga Trophy & Bid Beckham Adios

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Real Madrid’s 3-1 win tonight against Real Mallorca was a fairy tale ending to David Beckham’s career for the Spanish giants tonight. In what must be described as a simply spectacular match, Real yet again came back from one goal … Continue reading

Madrid still on target for the title

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Barcelona dropped 2 massive points against Espanyol which let Real Madrid off the hook as they clawed out a 2-2 draw against Zaragoza. Barcelona had been leading into the 89th minute and Real were losing but an amazing reversal of … Continue reading

Carlos To Leave Madrid

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Real Madrid defender Roberto Carlos has agreed to join Turkish champions Fenerbahce at the end of the season. The 34-year-old left-back will leave Real June 30th. Carlos told Spanish newspaper Marca: “Fenerbahce are the club that have shown most interest … Continue reading

Beckham Inspires Real Madrid to Late Win

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If GolTV and Spain’s Primera Liga wanted to advertise the superiority of La Liga, today was the perfect advertisement. The triple bill of Deportivo La Coruna v Sevilla, Recreativo Huelva v Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid v Barcelona was simply … Continue reading

Real Madrid Turn On The Class Again at Bernabeu

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Real Madrid’s midfield maestro Guti lit up the Bernabeu stadium tonight with three golden passes that edged his side over Sevilla, 3-2. In a fantastic match, Real was on fire tonight. Now just two points behind Barcelona, Real Madrid is … Continue reading

Down to the Wire

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With 6 games left, the race for the title in La Liga is very close with four teams still having a realistic shot at winning it all. Barcelona are currently in first but have been in less-than-stellar form recently. They … Continue reading

Can Real Madrid Lift La Liga Trophy?

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In a weekend when matches in England disappointed (the flat showings by Manchester United, Chelsea, and Charlton), the sweet football of Spain shone this weekend especially in the spectacular Real Madrid 2-1 win against Valencia. And welcome back David Beckham … Continue reading

A Tale of Two

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Just as Real Madrid seemed to be making a surge toward the top of the table, along comes Racing Santander to upset them 2-1 on Saturday. The defeat was Real’s first in nine matches and leaves them sitting five points … Continue reading

El Classico Becomes The Unforgettable

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What an absolutely sensational match this past Saturday between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Even before the game began, it was majestic as the entire inhabitants of the Nou Camp held aloft colored pieces of plastic to bring the stadium to … Continue reading

Exit Looms for Capello, Rijkaard and Mancini

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So exit Real Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan and others from the 2006/2007 Champions League. Such is the impact of getting knocked out that you can expect Fabio Capello, Frank Rijkaard and Roberto Mancini to all lose their jobs within the … Continue reading

Champions League Games on U.S. Television

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The world awaits the return of the Champions League over the next couple of days. Beginning Tuesday, we have mouthwatering ties to look forward to including: Liverpool v BarcelonaESPN2, 2:30pm ET Chelsea v PortoSetanta Sports, 2:30pm ET Valencia v Inter … Continue reading

Barcelona v Real Madrid on U.S. TV

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Get ready for El Classico this Saturday, March 10th when GolTV presents live coverage of Barcelona against Real Madrid in a must-see match beginning at 4pm ET. Barca sits in second place five points ahead of Real Madrid. However, both … Continue reading

Numero Uno: EPL or Primera Liga?

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Watching Barcelona clobber Real Madrid this weekend, I couldn’t help but compare Spanish’s Primera Liga to the EPL. My conclusion is that: The skills on display during the Spanish crunch match were far superior to the EPL, The pace of … Continue reading