La Liga Headlines

  • La Liga could teach the Premier League about being competitive

    Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool are disproving the theory that ‘anyone can beat anyone’ in the Premier League By Martin Laurence for WhoScored There are many factors to consider when assessing what makes one league better than another, but over the years the Premier League has been held up as a competition where anyone can beat anyone. That is, of course, true of any league, but it is an increasingly ill-informed assumption when applied to England’s top flight. The notion that the Premier...

    the Guardian
  • The Luck of Solari, the Influence of Ramos and Power Politics at Real Madrid

    On the morning after Julen Lopetegui was fired as Real Madrid's coach, newspaper Diario AS had a picture on its cover page of his replacement, Santiago Solari, leaning against a dugout and looking off into the middle distance...

    Bleacher Report
  • Exequiel Palacios Will Reportedly Be Real Madrid's First Signing in January

    Real Madrid will reportedly complete the signing of Exequiel Palacios in January after reaching an agreement for the transfer with River Plate...

    Bleacher Report
  • Miguel Cardoso scores own-goal on unveiling as new manager by confusing Deportivo la Coruna with Celta Vigo

    Miguel Cardoso, the new Celta Vigo coach, got off to an embarrassing start at the struggling club after mistakenly saying he was taking over at their fierce local rivals Deportivo la Coruña.

    The Telegraph
  • Real Madrid appoint Santiago Solari as permanent manager

    Real Madrid have confirmed the appointment of Santiago Solari as their permanent manager following his successful spell in caretaker charge.

    The Telegraph
  • Real Madrid appoint Santiago Solari as permanent manager

    • Solari oversaw four consecutive wins as interim boss• Real Madrid trail league leaders Barcelona by four points Real Madrid have confirmed the appointment of Santiago Solari as their permanent manager following his successful spell in caretaker charge. Solari oversaw four consecutive victories in all competitions, with 15 goals scored, as Real’s interim manager after the departure of Julen Lopetegui last month and has now been handed the reins full-time until June 2021. Last season’s Champions...

    the Guardian