La Liga 2013-2014 was not the story of Barcelona or Real Madrid, but rather the amazing tale of Diego Simeone's AtlAi??tico Madrid's historic journey.
Spain is going to become the highest ever represented nation as Champions League, in terms of player appearances.
Only Atletico Madrid stand in the way of Real Madrid who are just one away from winning their much coveted ai???La Decimaai??i?? and coach Carlo Ancelotti has said that he is optimistic of his sidesai??i?? chances.
REAL MADRID v ATLETICO MADRID Estadio da Luz, Lisbon Sunday, 25 May 2014, 19:00 GMT *** The biggest honour in European football is up for grabs and the two teams from Madrid will go head-to-head to bring home the UEFA Champions League trophy. The stage is set for an epic night in Lisbon. La Liga champions Atletico Madrid and Copa Del Rey winners Real Madrid go face-to-face in the Champions League final on Saturday. The 2013-14 season has been an interesting one as no one could confidently predict the outcomes of the English Premier or La Liga until the final day. The Champions League also has provided its fair share of surprises. After knocking out Bayern Munich 5-0 on aggregate, Real Madrid have made it to the final of the prestigious tournament after a long and tiring wait of 12 years. This will be the 13th time that ai???Los Blancosai??i?? will fight in a final for Europeai??i??s top honour. Atletico […]
Is this the year of the La Decima?
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has labelled Atletico Madrid as the favourites ahead of the Champions League final clash at Lisbon.
Belgium goal keeper Thibaut Courtois is unsure about his Chelsea - Atletico Madrid future as he wants to play next season as Chelsea is looking to keep him.
FC Barcelona captain and legend Carles Puyol bid farewell to his beloved club yesterday, saying that ai???Iai??i??ve lived a dream of so many young kids.ai???
Real Madrid ace Critstiano Ronaldo has claimed that it is his dream to win the Champions League for Los Blancos.
Vicente Del Bosque has announced the provisional squad of Spain for World Cup 2014. Real Madrid duo of Isco and Alvaro Arbeloa are the most notable absentees while Juan Mata, Fernando Torres, Alvaro Moreno and Ander Iturraspe are the surprise inclusions.