Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column.  With great power comes great responsibility as Stan Lee famously penned in one of his many Spiderman comics. Being the head coach of Real Madrid, one of the most influential, powerful and successful sides in world football, Zinedine Zidane is learning that this quote is undeniably true. Less than 

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Andy’s latest “The Madrid-Barca Axis” column.  It has been a strange start to the season for Real Madrid. After five straight wins, four domestically and one in Europe, the club have contrived to draw their last two games against, on paper anyway, inferior opposition. Whilst much of the attention in Spain has revolved around Cristiano 

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Real Madrid claimed victory in El Clasico at Camp Nou last weekend to give themselves a much needed boost and at least salvage some pride following their humiliation in the first meeting of the season in the Spanish capital. Perhaps the man who gained most from the win was Zinedine Zidane who is still trying 

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The sacking of Rafa Benitez a little over a week ago came as little surprise. The fans and players alike seemed to have lost faith with the former Liverpool and Valencia coach in the weeks leading up his dismissal. With the swift appointment of former great Zinedine Zidane, the theatre that Real Madrid has become 

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