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Archives: Spain

Xabi Alonso Announces Retirement From International Competition

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso has confirmed his retirement from international competition via an open letter, as well as his official Twitter account. The announcement signals the end of an eleven-year career with the Spanish national team. He becomes the second … Continue reading

TV Coverage Of La Liga And Bundesliga Opening Weekends

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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beIN SPORTS is rolling out the red carpet for the opening weekend of Spain’s La Liga. Eight matches will be broadcast live on both beIN SPORTS channels: Programming note: For viewers in the United States, this weekend’s La Liga games … Continue reading

Xavi Retires From International Football

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Barcelona and Spain midfielder Xavi Hernandez has announced his retirement from international football. The 34-year-old alerted the media to his decision during a press conference this morning. “I’ve taken the decision to leave the national team. My time there has … Continue reading

World Cup 2014: A New Era of Change for Spain

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Spain encountered a tough group at the 2014 World Cup, that’s the preface I’m going with. Yes, Spain had a tough group, and it isn’t too shocking that they were eliminated from a group with Chile and the Netherlands. Losing … Continue reading

Australia 0-3 Spain: Match Highlights (VIDEO)

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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The reigning World Champions Spain ended their meek title defense on a winning note with a 3-0 victory over Australia on Monday.

Why Spain Failed And Vicente Del Bosque Should Be Fired

Posted on by Tim Evans
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Paralysis by analysis. This was ultimately the downfall of Vicente Del Bosque. Of late, Spain has had an embarrassment of riches in soccer talent. And instead of a blessing, this ultimately proved to be a curse in disguise. Two years … Continue reading

Spain vs Australia, Starting Lineups and World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Today’s match between Australia and Spain gives the teams a chance to leave the tournament with pride. SEE MORE — Read the Australia against Spain World Cup preview. Where to watch – The game kicks off at 12 PM EST/9 … Continue reading

Australia vs. Spain Preview: Both Teams Playing For Pride

Posted on by Matt Walsh
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Monday afternoon at Noon ET/9am PT and Tuesday morning at 2am (AEST), the Soccerroos, ranked third in their group, will face off against last-placed Spain in what will be both teams’ final match at the 2014 World Cup after being … Continue reading

Roy Hodgson and Vicente Del Bosque Won’t Be Sacked, Say FAs

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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Despite elimination from the 2014 World Cup,  The English FA are still fully supportive of manager Roy Hodgson. Hodgson’s contract extends until 2016, and with qualifiers for the 2016 European Championship around the corner, the FA has no desire to change … Continue reading

Reaction From Chile And Spain Newspapers to Chile 2-0 Spain [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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George Harrison sang that “All Things Must Pass” and so it was for Spain’s reign.  Spanish tears met Chilean cheers. Let’s take a look at how both nations’ newspapers reacted to the match. Catalonia’s Mundo Deportivo (see above front cover) narrowly … Continue reading

WATCH How Chile’s Tactics Prevented Spain From Winning World Cup Game [VIDEO]

Posted on by Earl Reed
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Before the World Cup began, Spain had an 89% probability of advancing from Group B, while Chile had a 40% chance. Against Spain, Chile beat the odds with a fantastic first half performance in front of tens of thousands of … Continue reading

Tired, Stagnant Spain Must Look To The Future After Humiliating World Cup Exit

Posted on by Matt Jones
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“Change” and “stability,” while obviously completely contrasting concepts, are both vital in soccer. Most would agree with the notion that a successful team is built upon the appropriate amount of each, but it’s a precarious balance to strike. After all, … Continue reading

WATCH Chile 2-0 Spain Match Highlights: Chile Knock World Champions Out Of World Cup [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Chile convincingly defeated a tired and mistake-prone Spain 2-0 today, to knock the defending World champion out of the World Cup. With the victory, Chile has now qualified for the Knockout Round along with the Netherlands. The two teams will … Continue reading

Spain vs Chile: Starting Lineups And World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Chirag Madhrani
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Today’s second clash brings Group B’s Spain and Chile together, with both the teams chasing their individual respective targets – Where to watch? For viewers in the United States, here’s where you can watch the game between Spain and Chile … Continue reading

Spain vs Chile Preview and Predicted Lineups for World Cup Clash

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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The clash between Spain and Chile at the iconic Maracana stadium is an example of two teams at opposite ends of the spectrum. The former are smarting from a 5-1 demolishing at the hands of Netherlands, while the latter will … Continue reading

The End Of A Dynasty: Is This The End of Spain’s Reign?

Posted on by Abe Asher
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The end of a dynasty is never quick and painless. It’s a long and sad process. Heroes are riddled with blame and great men are discarded. Everyone watches as the walls come tumbling down. That was Spain against the Netherlands … Continue reading

Spain Has a Decision to Make About Iker Casillas

Posted on by Nicholas Kariuki
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Following Spain’s 1-5 defeat to a marauding a Netherlands side on Friday, team captain and most-capped player Iker Casillas took responsibility for his team’s terrible start to their title defense. “The first thing I have to do is offer a … Continue reading

Netherlands 5-1 Spain: Orange Tear Apart Reigning World Champions; Match Highlights (VIDEO)

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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In a rematch of the 2010 World Cup Final, the Netherlands crushed Spain 5-1 thanks to inspirational performances from Arjen Robben and Robin Van Persie. Spain’s early advantage gained by a controversially called penalty when Diego Costa was fouled in … Continue reading