The humiliating loss to Barcelona at Nou Camp has rung alarm bells about the direction that the relatively young Real Madrid side is headed in. TheHardTackle analyses the situation the Los Merengues find themselves in.
Pep Guardiola becomes the first Barcelona manager to win 5 El Clasicos on a trot. Jose Mourinho yet to taste victory at the hallowed Camp Nou. Lionel Messi and Co. denied the Los Blancos any chance to to get anything from the epic tie at the hallowed Camp Nou. Barcelona thus end the match a deserved league leaders.
The world is ready for the first sight of the spectacle this Monday. It will be the first installment of FC Barcelona vs Real Madrid, El Clasico, in this season.
El Clasico is fast approaching us. In the build up to it, we take a look at what approach Real Madrid should take to beat their rivals Barcelona.
Undoubtedly the biggest game in Spain. Defending champions FC Barcelona welcomes Real Madrid at the Camp Nou. Will Jose Mourinho be able to weave his magic? Read more...
As a build-up to the eagerly anticipated El Clasico, TheHardTackle's Guest Author Rizwan takes a look at the game from a Real Madrid perspective and analyzes the progress of Real Madrid in the pre-clasico-I period in 2009 and the pre-clasico-I period in 2010....
One of the key reasons for Barcelona's continued success, has been its cantera, known as ’La Masia’, which is arguably the best in the world. TheHardTackle's Guest Author Aaron Schweitzer outlines the role of the academy in making the Catalan giants what they are today.
Round 12 of the Spanish La Liga saw plenty of goals. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi scored hattricks for their respective teams only to brighten the build up to the El Gran Clasico.
Real Madrid have won two European titles and a multiple number of Spanish titles in the decade gone by. THT's guest author Prakhar Deep Gupta takes a look at one of the most topsy-turvy eras in the much decorated history of Los Blancos.
Pep Guardiola's men travel to the beautiful harbour city of Almeria in south-eastern Spain near the Mediterranean Sea. Can he outsmart his mentor and friend Lillo? Barcelona might just have a problem selecting their first eleven despite availability of all their stars. Can Lillo's men take advantage of the precarious situation?