Sevilla face FC Slovan Liberec in the battle of the group leaders on Thursday night, and Unai Emery is hoping for a win to silence his critics after Sevilla’s poor run of form in the league campaign.
The home side sit top of Group H, knowing a win will see them qualify to the next round, however they face sticky opposition in Liberec who could overtake the Spaniards with a victory.
Sevilla are currently 14th place in La Liga after two miserable defeats. They were defeated at home by Celta de...Read Full Story
The left-back position is one of the most important in any team, and provides the manager with defensive stability but also support for the attacking players. There are only a handful of left-backs in world football that can perfectly balance both attributes, however La Liga has several who are close to being or are already adept in doing so.
ForzaFutbol.com takes a look at La Liga’s top five left-backs.
5. Nacho (Real Betis)
A player that may catch the eye of readers as being an absurd...Read Full Story
A controversial injury time Cristiano Ronaldo penalty was enough to move Real Madrid back to within two points of league leaders Barcelona after a 2-1 win away to Elche.
Ronaldo had put the visitors ahead from a free-kick early in the second-half, but Richmond Boakye thought he had rescued a point when he headed home in the 91st minute before the late drama.
Elche had also started the brighter side and Real had goalkeeper Diego Lopez to thank for preventing his side from falling behind for...Read Full Story
Real Sociedad v Real Madrid
(Primera vuelta: 3-4)
This should be something! Jose Mourinho’s last away match as Real Madrid coach is a tough assignment against a side which desperately needs three points to maintain their push for the Champions League.
Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad 4-3 MATCH… by foogoals
The clash between the two sides earlier this season was an epic, of course. A 4-3 victory for Los Merengues, achieved despite the dismissal of Diego Lopez early in the match and a hat trick by...Read Full Story
This Sunday, Barça goes into the first away match of the league campaign with the aim of emulating recent seasons and taking all three points from La Rosaleda. (9pm, Canal +)
Despite being without Messi, who has been left out as a precaution, Martino doesn’t want any excuses or distractions against a new-look team that is making their home debut after narrowly losing in the Mestalla
Ahead of next Wednesday’s Super Cup second leg, Bernd Schuster’s new-look Malaga will be the second league...Read Full Story
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