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The arrival of Neymar (and Luis Suarez) to the Catalan giants signaled the end of Pedro Eliezer Rodríguez Ledesma’s first team opportunities at FC Barcelona. The Spanish winger has been a mainstay throughout Spain’s international dynasty and was a regular fixture in Barcelona’s starting XI before the holy grail of attacking triumvirates arrived. Pedro’s departure seems best for both
Over the past quarter-century Iker Casillas has bagged every major trophy in Spain and in Europe. He has been named the best goalkeeper alive by FIFA voters a staggering seven times. Recent years haven’t been kind to Madrid’s captain, infamously losing his starting job under Jose Mourinho’s stewardship and suffering from the rotation blues under
Hold on tight casual fans of the beautiful game. The long-serving figures standing between the posts for many elite teams are set to swap jerseys in the coming months. The summer transfer window of 2015 may go down in the annals of football lore as the most seismic shift in the history of goalkeeper transfers.
As Europe’s premier competition comes to a close, we look back at this year’s standouts an assemble our very own Team of the Tournament. GK: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus) It’s hard to punish Manuel Neuer for the avalanche he endured as the stars aligned when Pep’s atrocious tactics met the best offensive team of the modern
Jose Mourinho has never left much to the imagination. The Portugese manager answers every question with a candid response, and only refuses to comment when he says his answer will get him in hot water. The most outspoken manager in the game has, to the surprise of few, crossed another line before any of his contemporaries.
Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon will be taking his team into this year’s most important football match in Berlin on June 6th. But the Italian star says his team’s Champions League final opponents look “unbeatable.” Juventus will face off against Luis Enrique’s side after shocking Real Madrid to make it to their first European final in 12 years. Buffon has
Monaco nailed down the last Champions League spot in Ligue 1 by getting past Lorient 1-0.. Their clutch win helped the club edge out St. Etienne and Marseille. Monaco scored its first goal 20 minutes in and that was enough is a game dominated by the visiting squad. Even a missed penalty in the second-half mattered little as
Ronaldo wants his embattled manager to stay at Real.
Atlético Madrid secured a berth in the Champions League for next season with a 0-0 draw with Granada, and Deportivo La Coruna escaped relegation when it came from two goals down to tie, 2-2, at the league champion Barcelona on the final day of the Spanish league season. After the game, the Barcelona fans paid