Can there be a bigger match in the European circuit? Well, not really. On the 28th of May, Manchester United will clash with Barcelona at the Wembley for the topmost prize in European Club Football - The Champions League. Keeping with the tradition, TheHardTackle presents the Rival Rendezvous.
Manchester United face FC Barcelona in the European Cup final, the Catalans defeated the Red Devils two years ago in Rome. THT looks back at United's European past, Can Ferguson's Red army draw inspiration from these moments of magic?
Finally the Clasicos came to an end with each team coming away with a victory. The final game produced a good display of football from both teams and restored some dignity after the last game.
Schalke travel to Old Trafford hoping for a minor miracle, while Man United would look to finish the job that would take them to a third Champions League final in four years. TheHardTackle previews of the game.
As the world wide criticism of the last "El Clasico" mounts, the two Spanish giants gear up for the last and final round of this season's "series". TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other details.
TheHardTackle's resident authors, of varying club allegiances, debate whether FC Barcelona deserved their win over Mourinho's Real Madrid in an 'El Clasico' that quickly descended into a farce of epic proportions.
United hammered Schalke in Germany. Were United too good, or Schalke just too bad? TheHardTackle reviews the game.
Can there be a bigger match in the European circuit? Well, not really. It does not get bigger than this in Europe! On the 27th of April, Real Madrid will host FC Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu. Keeping with the tradition, TheHardTackle presents the Rival Rendezvous.
Finally, the time has come. FC Barcelona have almost wrapped up La Liga and Real Madrid have been crowned the Copa Del Rey champions. Now these two giants meet in the first semi-final of UEFA Champions League. TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other facts.
Manchester United travel to giant killers Schalke for the first leg of UCL semis. Can Schalke claim another big scalp and progress to the final at Wembley, or will United break their German Hoodoo?