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With Neymar already confirming to many that playing for Real Madrid is his dream, the club wanted to make sure that they snatched up every young, talented player they could this summer. It appears as if Zinedine Zidane is doing just that with hot rumours coming out of the Bernabeau that 18yr old Raphael Varane is ready to sign with “los Blancos” this week. Varane, the 6’3 French International, who Zidane compares to Laurent Blanc (current French National Team Manager) […]

Posted by Dreaming of Croquetas On Jun - 27 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

The top of the table in La Liga is essentially sorted out as Barcelona should win their third straight league title, barring a massive collapse of epic proportions. At the other end, things aren’t so settled as eight clubs will be locked in a battle to stay up in the Primera with five games to go, and this would be a much more exciting soccer spread to wager on. Almeria is dead last in the league with 26 points, so […]

Posted by LaLigaWeekly On Apr - 28 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Marcelo Vieira da Silva Júnior, or “Marcelo” is a 22 year old Brazilian National who has had a fantastic year for Real this year.  He likes to push up the left side as either a back or winger and has been vital to Madrid’s success.  I’ll be honest in saying that I had some doubts about the young player’s role at the beginning of the year.  Moreover, I’d become even more nervous after discovering that Jose Mourinho would be leading […]

Posted by Dreaming of Croquetas On Mar - 26 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Welcome back La Liga Weekly podcast havent done one of these in awhile.  The panel discuss improved players Ozil and Marcelo at Madrid, threats of extended Liga, Champions League quarter-final draw and Internationals. Please leave us your comments. Podcast Powered By SerieAWeekly Standard Podcasts: | itunes |Download | Embeddable Player

Posted by LaLigaWeekly On Mar - 26 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Barcelona put both feet in the final of the Copa del Rey with not one but two emphatic victories  against Almeria during the semis. Drubbing at Camp Nou seals fate It was the first encounter that ultimately provided for this meeting of destiny, as the Catalan club were out of sight within thirty minutes after a Pedro goal made it 4-0 and rendered the remainder of the game a procession for the home side. World Player of the Year Lionel […]

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