Tag Archives: Spain

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Primera División Preview: 2013/14

It’s just days away and you can almost taste it, the return of the best league in the World, no, not the English Premier league, no, not even the Bundesliga. It’s not the Italian; don’t be stupid, it’s of course the Spanish Primera División – La Liga.

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Prospects

Prospects: Juan Bernat

Juan Bernat, 20, full-back, Valencia and Spain

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Prospects

Prospects: Suso

Suso, 19, attacking midfielder, Almeria (on loan from Liverpool) and Spain

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Spain

No Negredo, no Navas, no problem for Sevilla.

Next season will see Sevilla line-up without the influence of Jesus Navas who had been with the club for ten years, it will be without the goals of Alvaro Negredo who’s been their highest goal-scorer since joining the club 4 years ago and they will be under the guidance of a newish manager in Unai Emery, for me, they will do just fine, in fact, I’d say it now, they’ll do better than last season.

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Spain

Atletico Madrid continuing their excellent striking business

In the last 15 years Atletico Madrid have had a beautiful habit of replacing great strikers with other great strikers and with them signing another forward in the summer transfer window it doesn’t seem like that habit is stopping.

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Prospects

Prospects: Oliver Torres

Oliver Torres, 18, Midfielder, Atletico Madrid and Spain

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England

Manuel Pellegrini to take Man City to the next level

‘El Ingeniero’ or the Engineer, better known as Manuel Pellegrini is the new manager of Manchester City. From Chile to England via Ecuador, Argentina and of course Spain it seems Pellegrini has managed just about everywhere. His biggest challenge? Probably the up-coming one.

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Shirt Number Maths

Confederations Cup

Every month or so, we’re going to produce a Shirt Number Math quiz. Each one will be based on the squad numbers of players competing in each competition.

This month, it’s the Confederations Cup. The following simple maths question can be answered by naming a national tea-mate or club team-mate of those named in the questions. The answer is the player; not their shirt number.

As a guide, here is link to the squad lists for the Confederations Cup. Obviously, we’d suggest trying the quiz without using the link.

Feel free to leave your answers below.

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