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Tag Archives: La Liga

Cable TV No Longer The Future For The Soccer Viewing Fan

Posted on by Chris Moore
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With cable and satellite prices continuing to increase, many people are joining the cord cutter movement and ditching their television provider services. In fact, 7.6 million Americans have ended their cable/satellite subscriptions according to USA Today. In the report, the … Continue reading

Watching the Premier League From the West Coast of America

Posted on by Jon Tyler
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It’s almost 5.30am Pacific time as he drives hurriedly in his dark blue Chevy S-10 to his fellow Liverpool supporting friend’s house. Kick-off is nigh, and he breaks the law by checking his Twitter feed to see if the Reds … Continue reading

The Cord Cutter’s Guide to Watching Soccer on US TV and Internet

Posted on by Chris Moore
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If you are like many out there who don’t want to have a monthly cable/satellite bill anymore, but still want to watch live soccer matches, you are in luck. “Cord cutters” now have many different ways to watch live soccer … Continue reading

Real Madrid 2014/15 Season Preview: Los Blancos Ready to Make History

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Expectations always remain insanely high for Real Madrid. After finally completing the La Decima mission in May, Los Blancos enjoyed another transfer window where they acquired new Galacticos. The team’s main goal this season will be trying to be the … Continue reading

Top Three Underrated Signings of La Liga This Summer

Posted on by James Ferrier
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With the likes of James Rodriguez, Antoine Griezmann, Mario Mandzukic and Toni Kroos headlining the Spanish transfer market activity, many players have been signed which have gone under the radar. Let’s have a look at the top three under rated … Continue reading

Speculation of Juan Cuadrado’s Transfer To Barcelona Continues To Gain Momentum

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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As teams around Europe are preparing for the upcoming season to begin in a couple of weeks, Barcelona are still looking quality players that will fit new manager Luis Enrique’s preferred system. Fiorentina’s utility man Juan Cuadrado has been heavily … Continue reading

Barcelona Must Pass The Torch From Xavi To Cesc Fabregas

Posted on by Abhijeet Gupta
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Cesc Fabregas has become a victim of his own fans’ boos. An example was against Athletic Bilbao on April 20 when he replaced Xavi in the 70th minute. It’s not his fault that Barcelona endured a mediocre season by their standards. … Continue reading

Diego Simeone’s ‘Philosophy’ Has Led Atletico Madrid To The Top Of La Liga

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has repeated time and time again that his team lives “game by game.” That has been the Argentine’s philosophy since he took over leadership of the club two years ago. Every day, Los Colchoneros train … Continue reading

Atletico Madrid Versus Barcelona: The Stage Is Set For La Liga’s First Place Showdown

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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(For US viewers: Atletico Madrid v. Barcelona will be shown LIVE on Saturday, January 11th at 2pm EST on beINSPORT) For the first time in recent history, there’s a fixture on the La Liga schedule worth watching other than ‘El … Continue reading

Sulley Muntari’s Wish of Facing Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Will Be One He Regrets

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Make no mistake about it, Atletico Madrid are on the radar of every football expert in Europe and week after week they are picking up a sizeable following amongst the average fan. The club has been amassing trophies over the … Continue reading

Atletico Madrid Have Broken Barcelona and Real Madrid’s Stranglehold On Spanish Football

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Over the past ten seasons, Barcelona and Real Madrid have finished first and second in La Liga eight times. During that time, only two clubs have been able to break through the Spanish giants’ dominance of the Primera Division: Valencia (who … Continue reading

Diego Simeone And Atletico Madrid Continue To Succeed And Are Hungering For More

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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With their 4-0 home win over Austria Wien today and Zenit St. Petersburg’s 1-1 draw with Porto, Atletico Madrid is guaranteed to win Group G and has secured qualification to the Champions League Round of 16. Atleti have won all four … Continue reading

Manchester United’s Recent Form Will Be Tested Against Real Sociedad

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Despite their early season struggles in the Premier League, Manchester United enter today’s Champions League encounter against Real Sociedad on top of Group A with seven points after three matches. With road games in Spain today and later in Group … Continue reading

Atletico Madrid Continue To Succeed Despite Losing Star Players

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The summer transfer of Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid to AS Monaco has been well documented. The world class striker was sold to the French club for £52.8 million ($85.4 million). Over the course of two seasons with the Spanish … Continue reading

Barcelona and Real Madrid El Clasico Preview: More Than A Match

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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This Saturday will mark this season’s first head-to-head encounter between Barcelona and Real Madrid. You will hear from various media outlets that this match is “arguably” the biggest game in all of sports. But there is no argument. This is … Continue reading

The Undervalued Importance of Assistant Managers

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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It’s safe to say that if an average soccer fan were shown a picture of José Mourinho and asked which club he managed, he would know the answer straight away. Same would be said for Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola, or … Continue reading

MLS ’13 – Accepting MLS as a Feeder League

Posted on by Robert Hay

In the United States, we are used to the best.  The best cars, the best electronics, the best TV shows, everything we have is the best.  Even if we did not make it or create it, we still want it … Continue reading

Are the Fire Playoff Bound? Three Questions for Chicago

Posted on by Robert Hay

Chicago ended the year as potentially the best non-playoff team in MLS.  They caught “fire” and had a winning record for the final third of the season, almost stealing the tenth playoff spot from New York.  The same team that … Continue reading