You probably missed many of the transfers that happened in Europe while watching the World Cup. Don’t worry, we did too.
This Sunday, the 20 of May, on the hallowed turf of Barça’s Camp Nou, Andrés Iniesta will take his last bow as a football player. He will of course be missed by the club’s faithful fans and his teammates. But why are opponents sad as well?
Barcelona are having a successful season by the standard of most other world class clubs. But Barça’s standards are somewhat loftier than most. Will their treble dreams survive February?
Who would’ve imagined that Barca, the most purist football club the world has ever seen, would play a formation as seemingly bland as a 4-4-2?
After nearly three years away, Diego Costa returned to Atlético Madrid this month, picking up where left off, and grabbing all the headlines.
After two seasons of disappointing results, a new manager and rejuvenated players are fueling a resurgent Valencia this campaign. But Sunday’s home tie with Barcelona may take the measure of how far they have come.
The latest speculation suggests a return to the Premier League for Spanish forward, Fernando Torres. Could he return to his former club, Liverpool, or will the number 9 seek an entirely new chapter?
Despite extending their unbeaten run, Barcelona’s 3-0 win over Las Palmas will be remembered more for events off the field than o
Lionel Messi’s start to this La Liga season is his greatest ever so far. Will this be his best campaign in a Barcelona shirt?