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Tag Archives: Spain

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

Euro 2008: Better Than World Cup 2006 So Far

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I’ve finally had a chance to catch up on watching some of the Euro 2008 matches I missed. The jet lag hit me later in the week, so I found myself watching many of the games this week at weird … Continue reading

Spain 4 – Russia 1, Villa Bags a Hat-Trick

Posted on by Garrett Rodriguez

Well here we are, the last group to get underway and we see the first Euro hat-trick in eight years courtesy of David Villa. His inclusion in the squad until now had been mostly as a sub, but after today I … Continue reading

Spain v Russia, Halftime Thoughts

Posted on by Garrett Rodriguez

Spain are off to a great start against the Russians, here are some of my observations this far. Spain are two goals ahead from David Villa, who looks sharp and full of confidence today. There was no way he could … Continue reading

Zaragoza Cries Seven Years Later

Posted on by Jose M. Malo de Molina

There are teams you can actually imaging playing in 2º Division. Zaragoza is not one of them. With the highest budget of its history, a team made for Champions League is now in hell, deciding who they are going to … Continue reading

Neptuno smiles again

Posted on by Jose M. Malo de Molina

Neptuno square, where Atletico de Madrid fans celebrate all their titles, has been visited again, after eleven years living alone. Winning 1 – 0 there are again playing Champions League. In Spain this is real news because, as you know, … Continue reading