For the last decade, the title in La Liga has gone back and forth between Spain's longtime powerhouses, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
On the final weekend of the 2013-14 season, with two of their top players off with injuries, Atletico Madrid snapped the Clasico rivals' streak thanks to a comeback result at defending champions Barcelona.
The entire La Liga season comes down to one game today to decide who will be crownedchampionsof the 2013/14 season. Atletico Madrid, who have had an incredible season undermanager Diego Simeone, need only a draw or a victory to break the Barcelona-Real Madrid monopoly. But withBarcelonaplaying at home at Camp Nou, a win for the Blaugrana will knock Atleti off itsperch, which will be a cruel way to end the seasonfor the Madrid team.
The entire La Liga season comes down to one game today to decide who will be crowned champions of the 2013/14 season. Atletico Madrid, who have had an incredible season under manager Diego Simeone, need only a draw or a victory to break the Barcelona-Real Madrid monopoly. But with Barcelona playing at home at Camp Nou, a win for the Blaugrana will knock Atleti off its perch, which will be a cruel way to end the season for the Madrid team.
There's an excellent interview in the Mail today where one of our young heroes yesterday Ayoze Perez who scored the winner with an excellent header explains why he joined Newcastle United, when both Barcelona and Real Madrid in his home country were keen to sign him. Ayoze Perez heads home yesterday to [.
In a summer where the two biggest clubs in the world, Barcelona and Real Madrid have both spent over €80 million on a signing a top player, Manchester United owners have announced plans to raid the Premier League side for another $150 million.
On Wednesday, United announced that the Glazer family is selling 8 million shares with reduced voting rights, which is about 5% of the club.