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Six Reasons Why Barcelona Should Sell Lionel Messi

The Premiership might be the best marketed and covered League in the world, the biggest names in soccer/football tend to chose for Spanish mega giants Real Madrid or Barcelona. 697 more words

Luis Suarez

[Chile] Primera Division Review: Huachipato, Santiago Wanderers opening-day winners

Huachipato and Santiago Wanderers were both 3-0 winners as the Apertura campaign of the Chilean Primera Division kicked off on the weekend.

Mario Salas’ Huachipato eased past Nublense at the Estadio CAP in the opening round of the 2014 season on Sunday. 258 more words

Chile

Campeonato Apertura 2014 – Season Preview (Part Two)

In our second part of our preview for the 2014 Apertura season we take a look at the teams that finished in the bottom half of the Primera Division last season as well as the two newly promoted sides. 999 more words

Universidad De Chile

How Atletico Madrid Blundered By Not Signing Keylon Navas

Before the World Costa Rican International Goal Keeper Keylon Navas was unknown to the big global soccer crowd. Despite Navas being a continuous factor in the Spanish Primera Division with modest Levante. 282 more words

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Campeonato Apertura 2014 - Season Preview (Part One)

The dust has been barely settled on the 2014 World Cup and the Germans have had barely time to check the World Cup trophy through airport security but the Chilean Primera Division is set to kick off this weekend. 1,327 more words

Primera Division

Xavi Hernandez, Barça and conceptual continuity

After years of dithering, delaying and postponement, this summer marks an unavoidable turning point for FC Barcelona. The much talked about ‘revolution’.  At the start of last season, five of the players that participated regularly in the club’s Champions League win in 2006 were still members of the first team squad. 1,820 more words

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Episode 146: River's endless trophy collection, Colón are relegated and more

The hundred-and-forty-sixth episode of Hand Of Pod sees Sam, Peter and Andrés discuss River Plate’s second trophy in a week (and their third in two weeks, if you’re particularly easily pleased), Colón’s relegation/Atlético de Rafaela’s survival, the Argentine national team a little bit, and Independiente’s chances of regaining Primera División status on Saturday, among other things. 38 more words

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