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A Better Lens at Spanish Football


      So much has changed in terms of the average lifestyle in recent years, and especially since the turn of the new millennium. Some aspects of the modern world seem so everyday to us now, but only 15 or so years ago, these same activities and abilities would have seemed light-years away, and some mere impossibilities.     A different world In terms of the web, we can now order anything from around the world, watch anything we […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Oct - 6 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  The much criticized and once prolific Spanish number “9″ finally made his Italian Serie A debut for the Rossoneri on Tuesday against Empoli. AC Milan would suffer a massive set back inside the first 21 minutes of the match in Tuscany. Goals by Lorenzo Tonelli and Manuel Pucciarelli had put Empoli ahead 2-0. “Il Diavolo” would go into halftime with a rather important lifeline coming from a player many have thought to be “beyond damaged goods.” Fernando Torres went […]

Posted by Giovani Franco On Sep - 24 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  So Diego Costa might move to Chelsea in the summer. Big deal. Atletico can handle that. But losing Thibault Courtois at the same time? That might be a very different matter, perhaps even a matter grave enough to make Diego Simeone look carefully at whether he wants to hang around too. It seems Jose Mourinho just can’t stop damaging Madrid’s football clubs.   Atletico’s ability to regenerate up front is one of the natural wonders of football. The line […]

Posted by Mark Griffiths On May - 12 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  Chelsea host Atletico Madrid in the return-leg of the Uefa Champions League semi-final on Wednesday night, with the tie finely poised at 0-0.  If one likes betting on Champions League matches, this is a hard one to predict. Jose Mourinho’s side were accused of playing ‘anti-football’ against their Spanish opponents last week, after putting on a completely defensive performance. Chelsea never looked like troubling Thibaut Courtois as the away side only managed to have five shots on goal. On […]

Posted by Muddassir Hussain On Apr - 30 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  This summer Spain will be looking to become the first nation to win back-to-back World Cup title since 1962. World Cup betting tips are suggesting that Vicente Del Bosque’s men have every chance in Brazil.   However, despite this, four years after winning its first world title, Spain is not as feared as before, but coach Vicente del Bosque still has the luxury of enough talent and experience to field two teams. Spain’s midfield remains the heartbeat to its […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Apr - 11 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

Iker Casillas is used to lifting trophies at major tournaments. But this season, he’s also been used to sitting on the bench, and that is perhaps a sign. A sign that the Golden Generation is reaching its close. The 32-year-old goalkeeper has been given reassurances from Vicente del Bosque, but with the coach not afraid to ring the changes, the Spanish captain could be just one of a host of players to be replaced by fresh faces this summer. Spain […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Mar - 21 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  And then it happened. After months of speculation, after some events that were described as underhanded, Diego Costa pulled on the Spanish jersey and made his debut after months of problems and arguments. Like Costa himself, the situation was anything but easy. The whole debacle has dragged out far longer than anyone would have liked. The Brazilian born forward made two appearances for Brazil and looked set to be regular for Scolari but Brazil has an abundance in forwards […]

Posted by Garreth Nunn On Mar - 6 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST
Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas holds up the World Cup trophy.

      How The 2014 World Cup Would Look If Decided By Transfer Fees Ever thought about the best way to rank players? The better players cost more money and the teams that spend the most money often win the most trophies. So will the team at the World Cup with the most expensive players go all the way? That is what set to find out when they created the following infographic which examines not only what would […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Mar - 4 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

    Atletico Madrid has been blessed with top-strikers playing for the club. It’s a club that recognises talent early, and after nurturing and developing the player, the club allow him to leave for one of the top clubs around Europe. Fernando Torres was the first phenomenon to achieve Atletico graduation, El Nino was sold to Liverpool where he became part of the history at Anfield, and is now at Chelsea. At one stage, the club had two outstanding marksmen […]

Posted by Muddassir Hussain On Oct - 31 - 2013 1 Comment READ FULL POST

      Spain punched their ticket to the 2014 World Cup a few days ago where they will get to play against the best of the world for the World Cup. This also means that Vicente Del Bosque will also get the rare chance to manage his team to a second consecutive World Cup crown. However, the odds are against Del Bosque as he faces an onerous challenge to do where others have failed before him.   Del Bosque […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Oct - 21 - 2013 5 Comments READ FULL POST
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