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Tag Archives: Spain

Torres, Fabregas: Premier League Stars Open Confederation Scoring

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Few would have expected New Zealand to pull an upset over a Spain who entered the fray of the FIFA Confederations Cup boasting a 32 match unbeaten streak. But no one  could have predicted that Liverpool’s Fernando Torres would score … Continue reading

Spain Present New Jersey For Confederations Cup

Posted on by Juan Arango

I am kind of in limbo regarding the new Spain jersey. There are certain things that I like about it, but then I look at it in a different light and eventually change my mind. The first person I thought … Continue reading

Product Review- 2008/09 Barcelona Jersey

Posted on by Juan Arango

La Gent Blaugrana are once again following their “Unconditional Love” this season as they try to come back from two consecutive down years and obtain possible historic Spanish treble. The Nike Barcelona Long Sleeve Home Jersey for 2008-2009 is one … Continue reading

This Week On Mad About Fútbol

Posted on by Juan Arango

Goal.com and SI.com’s South American guy Greg Sica will chat with the guys about the upcoming CONMEBOL qualifiers as we as the most recent developments in Copa Libertadores play. Juan also interviewed former ESPN International play-by-play man Randall Álvarez to … Continue reading

Spain vs England On U.S. TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Today’s friendly between Spain and England will unfortunately not be on U.S. TV. Instead, Setanta Premium has the rights to the game and will be showing the match nationwide at select pubs. Coverage starts at 4pm ET. To find a … Continue reading

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Del Bosque Names Squad For England Friendly

Posted on by George Metellus

Vicente del Bosque has named his squad for the February 11th friendly versus England in Sevilla.  Barcelona players Gerard Piqué & Sergi Busquets got their 1st ever call up for La Furia. Piqué was called up to provide cover in … Continue reading

Gerrard To Miss Champions Clash Against Madrid

Posted on by Juan Arango

This is the reason why predictions should not be made as soon as the knockout stage ties are revealed. In a communicae sent out by Liverpool, they confirmed that their captain will bout for at least three weeks, thus keeping … Continue reading

GolTV Acquires TV Rights To 2009 European Under-21 Championship

Posted on by Christopher Harris

GolTV has acquired the U.S. TV rights to the 2009 European under-21 Championship, scheduled for June 15-29 in Sweden. The eight countries competing in the tournament will be England, Italy, Serbia, Germany, Finland, Belarus, Spain and Sweden. The draw for … Continue reading

Almunia Proving His Worth

Posted on by Josh Pedley

Out of the first choice goalkeepers of the top four clubs in England, Manuel Almunia has always been cast as the ugly duckling. But that may be about to change. After seeing off his bitter rival Jens Lehmann last year, … Continue reading

Ustari Out For Eight Months

Posted on by Juan Arango

Getafe will not be able to even use his one of their signings and the big Spanish teams will now have more reason as to not letting their players go when London 2012 rolls around. Argentine international Oscar Ustari will … Continue reading

Spot The Difference: New Rangers Away Shirt vs 1980-83 England Home Shirt

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Many Glasgow Rangers fans may not be too pleased with the new design of the club’s away shirt. Manufactured by Umbro, the shirt looks very similar to the classic England shirt that the national team wore in the 1982 World … Continue reading

Schalke Draw Atletico Madrid in CL 3rd Qualifying Round

Posted on by Mark

Yesterday was the draw for the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League, the last hurdle before the group stages commence. There are plenty of interesting ties (Steve McClaren’s FC Twente vs. Arsenal topping the list), but in pure footballing … Continue reading

Spain Win Euro 2008

Posted on by Garrett Rodriguez

Spain have finally overcome their history of underachievers to win Euro 2008. They did so while playing a variation of the style that sometimes led to them being eliminated from competitions. This time around there was one huge difference, the teams spirit. Weather it … Continue reading

Google Celebrates Euro 2008 With Homepage Doodle

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Google is getting into the mood for today’s Euro 2008 final by showing a soccer doodle on its homepages in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. As of writing, Google Spain’s homepage didn’t feature the image. German seventeen year old Mai Dao … Continue reading

ESPN's Euro 2008 Dream Goes According To Plan

Posted on by Christopher Harris

ESPN and ABC’s dreams have come true. Sunday’s Euro 2008 final between Germany and Spain is a far better proposition for the Disney owned TV networks than Turkey against Russia would have been. With plenty of German Americans living in … Continue reading

Euro 2008 Poll: Who Will Be The Finalists?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who’s Going To Be In The Euro 2008 Final? ( polls)

Spain And Italy's Bore Draw Gives Soccer A Bad Name

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It was supposed to be a classic. Two of the top teams in Europe, Italy and Spain, with some of the best footballers in the world on display. But what we saw was a dire game featuring two teams more … Continue reading

The Pleasure Of Watching Spain v Sweden In An Irish Pub

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Earlier this week I wrote an opinion piece about how the experience of watching football matches on TV are oftentimes better than seeing the games in person. Well, I want to take that back. That’s because watching a match on … Continue reading