- The Champions League favourites, Barcelona, have a tough task on their hands to overturn a two goal deficit in the Nou Camp as Italian giants AC Milan attempt to hang on to their precious lead.
Real Madrid Rumours: Florentino Perez And Arsene Wenger Joining Forces Would Be Football's Ultimate Odd CoupleReal Madrid president Florentino Perez wants Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to replace Jose Mourinho in the summer. Perez and Wenger would be football's ultimate odd couple.
- A preview of the La Liga clash between Real Madrid and Getafe at the Bernabeu, with team news, key players, probable line ups and a prediction.
- Real Sociedad seek revenge on Barcelona on January 19 for a 5-1 defeat at the Nou Camp earlier in the La Liga season.
- An unhappy time for Luka Modric at Real Madrid looks to be coming to a conclusion with a return to England his likely next move.
- A preview of the La Liga clash between two of the league's surprise packages this season, Real Betis and Levante, who are separated by just one point in the table at the half-way stage.
- Since I decided that football was where my life was heading, only one man has inspired me to follow it through more than any other. I have never met this man, almost certainly never will, but he has inspired me through his performances on the football pitch and his attitude off it.
- Review of La Liga in 2012.
- There is a big gap between Barcelona and their nearest competitors - surprisingly Athletico Madrid - in La Liga, but why are Barca so far ahead?
Real Valladolid vs Barcelona Preview And Where To Watch Online: Tito Will Do Everything To Keep The GapMatch prediction for the on fire Valladolid against the unshakeable powerhouse, Barcelona.
- Malaga vs Real Madrid preview, probable line-ups, player to watch and prediction
- In recent months, Messi has been labelled as the best player in history. But is he the best ever? Is he really better than his main rivals, Pele and Maradona?
- Messi has today signed a contract that will keep him in Catalonia until 2018.
- Radamel Falcao is arguably the hottest striker in the whole of Europe right now, scoring 19 goals in 15 games, including 5 goals in one match against Deportivo La Coruna last weekend. His name has been on the tips of everyone’s lips when people talk about the potential big deals that will get done in the January transfer window. With interest coming from both Real Madrid & Chelsea, and with Chelsea looking to bring in a second striker to challenge Fernando Torres for the lone striker role, many believe that a deal will get done in January, rather than waiting for the summer. As it stands, Falcao’s release clause stands at €48 million, which would seem like a great deal at this time considering the vain of form he’s been in over the last few seasons, proving that he wasn’t just a one season wonder at Porto.