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Gracias Iker Casillas

This summer transfer season 2015 might as well be remembered most as the time Iker Casillas left his boyhood club, his beloved place, the club where he built his career from the ground up and ascended until where he is today, Real Madrid. 269 more words

My Articles

A Slight Detour From The Courts

As much as this is a law blog, I wanted to give my readers a rest from law today.  My passion for law is only surpassed by that of soccer.  626 more words

A Spontaneous Sporting Event

Wednesday morning I decided to go through my emails before heading off to work. This is completely out of the norm for me, but I found myself having a few extra minutes before having to trudge off to work. 583 more words

Events And Adventures

The End of An Era

June 19, 2014. Spain just lost 0-2 to Chile in World Cup 2014 and became the first team to be eliminated from this World Cup. Fallen champions, they said. 454 more words


49 Reasons The Spanish World Cup Team Is The Hottest Team

I just came across this awesome post online, and had to share it!

Although I must admit they played like crap last night against The Netherlands, I’m sure La Furia Roja will come back stronger in the next one. 7 more words


Spain vs Netherlands: Our Match Analysis

So, Game 3 of the World Cup and the first in Group B. This was definitely one of the most anticipated matches of tournaments ever since the draws were out. 1,072 more words

Our Match Analyses