Champions League and FA Cup winner Roberto Di Matteo has been sacked by Chelsea in a shocking turn of events, and Rafael Benitez, Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are all potential candidates for the vacant job. Continue reading Roberto Di Matteo sacked by Chelsea
Valencia host Bayern Munich in a top of the table battle Champions League match tonight, with both teams locked together on 9 points and aiming to finish at the summit of Group F. Continue reading Valencia host Bayern Munich in battle to win Group F
Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid all recorded victories on Sunday to maintain the status quo at the top of the Primera Liga table. Continue reading Weekend La Liga round-up
Barcelona finally managed to shrug themselves away from the chasing Atletico Madrid and go three points clear at the top of La Liga after winning 3-1 over recently promoted side Celta Vigo.
Tito Vilanova’s formidable side’s victory means it’s now nine wins out of 10 for the league leaders, who have started the 2012/13 at a furious pace and refuse to let up. Continue reading Barcelona pull away at the top as Atletico Madrid slip up
Juan Matter has burst onto the Premier League scene with a flurry of performances worthy of his place in Chelsea’s league-leading starting line-up, and the Spanish playmaker has received rave reviews from English players, managers and fans alike for his sensational efforts so far. So why do some people in Spain not feel the same affection for the former La Liga player? Continue reading Does Juan matter to Spanish fans?
Copa del Rey 2012 victors Barcelona will be hoping to carry their fantastic start in La Liga into the cup competition on Tuesday night.
Catalan boss Tito Vilanova has effortlessly taken the Spanish giants forward following the resignation of former coach Pep Guardiola at the end of the last campaign. Continue reading The Copa del Rey returns for another round