Barcelona vs Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club game in world football. On average, there is almost 800 million people who watch the match each year. It truly is the game that brings the most talented individuals onto one playing field. So who will come out trumps in 2016? Madrid are certainly the form 

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Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column.  It is always better to work out weaknesses before being presented with an opponent who can exploit them. Last Wednesday night Sergio Busquet’s rather maligned start to the season was fully exposed by Pep Guardiola, the manager who first put him in Barcelona’s first team eight years ago, and 

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Oh, here’s a tasty rumor for you all. According to Don Balon, Man United are interested in making a move for Barca star forward Luis Suarez. Yes, that Suarez, who starred for United’s long-time rivals Liverpool. And yes, the same man who had that infamous spat with United legend (I think he’s considered a legend, 

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There was nothing significant about the result of Spain’s World Cup qualifying win in Albania and the 0-2 victory in Shkoder was routine, but the sight of Gerard Pique strolling through his evening in a cut-off short sleeve shirt set the wheels in motion for a decision that will hit La Roja in the near 

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Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column.  It is always difficult moving to a club that has just won everything there is possible to win. When you also throw in the fact that your new club is serving a transfer ban which will mean that you cannot play for the club for the first six months 

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Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column.  Johan Cruyff famously told Pep Guardiola that ‘the second season is harder than the first season and the third season is harder than the second season.’ As Luis Enrique embarks on his third season at Barcelona the summer additions to the squad along with early team selections suggest that 

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Portuguese midfielder Andre Gomes has officially been unveiled by Barcelona after completing a €35 million switch from La Liga rivals Valencia. The 22-year old- who was formally introduced  during a short ceremony at Barcelona’s mini Estadi- becomes the club’s fourth signing thus far after the acquisition of: David Suarez from Villarreal, Samuel Umtiti from Lyon 

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Days after confirming interest from the Liga BBVA, Olympique Lyonnais president Jean-Michel Aulas verified on July 1 that he had reached an agreement with Barcelona over the sale of highly-coveted defender, Samuel Umtiti. He is Barcelona’s second signing of what should be a quiet summer for the club.   Background In the wake of Marc 

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Over the past season, Hector Bellerin has emerged as the undisputed number one right-back for Arsenal. The Spanish fullback played 36 of out of 38 Premier League games last season, contributing with one goal and five assists. At 21 years of age, there is no doubt that the young Spaniard has huge potential. With Dani 

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Dani Alves will leave Barcelona this summer after a successful eight year stay at Camp Nou with Juventus looking to be his likely destination although the deal has yet to be completed. The Brazilian has won no less than 23 trophies during his time in Catalonia, but has clearly come to the decision that a 

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Barcelona had to wait four months for Luis Suarez, the suspension for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup not dissuading the Catalans from forking out £65 million amid the doubt and mistrust borne from his long list of previous. Having signed him in July, Barcelona waited until October for the Uruguayan to make 

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Since the rise to dominance of Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona, the club has not endured a fortnight as torrid as the one they have just gone through. Dreams of a repeat of last season’s treble have gone up in smoke courtesy of a Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid while three straight league defeats have blown 

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Barcelona took a 0-2 first leg win away from the Emirates on Tuesday evening and although Arsene Wenger believes the tie is 95% finished, Luis Suarez warned against complacency. “We are very happy as we got really nice score but we know that it is still not done,” he said, “there are another 90 minutes 

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