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Sevilla rotation policy allows the side to compete for La Liga, Europa League and Copa del Rey

Emery feels many of his new players still need to settle in at Sevilla.
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Unai Emery is making the most of squad in the last few matches as he has made a total of 24 rotations in a ten-day period across three competitions. Emery feels many of his new players still need to settle in at Sevilla.(Image via:   Between the league match with Elche on 19th October to the Copa del Rey encounter with Sabadell on More...

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Valencia players.
By Jamie Kemp On Friday, October 31st, 2014

Best XI of La Liga So Far

With the quarter mark of the La Liga campaign all but upon us, ISF correspondent Jamie Kemp takes a look back on the season so far, to compile a ‘Best XI’ of the the league’s stand-out performers More...

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By Tom Wilde On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Can Real Madrid’s young Spaniards oust the Galacticos?

After a somewhat shaky start to the season, everything is looking rosy again at the Santiago Bernabeu. A much needed win in El Clasico has seen all of the early season doom and gloom fade away and Real Madrid are More...

Athletic Club Bilbao celebrate victory at Almería
By Heath Chesters On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Athletic Club Bilbao turning point couldn’t be at a more crucial time

Athletic Club Bilbao managed to secure a long-awaited victory this weekend, on the road at Almería, but with key fixtures ahead over the next fortnight, they must also produce consistency, if they’re to avoid More...

Real Madrid, El Clasico.
By Alex Kirkland On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Clásico win shows Real Madrid blueprint can beat the best

ISF’s Real Madrid correspondent Alex Kirkland examines the success of Carlo Ancelotti’s team in their Clásico win, as well as how the performance demonstrated their pedigree among Europe’s elite. Any More...

Lucas Alcaraz, Levante
By Adam Matvya On Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

In an Awkward Place: Levante’s Decision to Hire Lucas Alcaraz

La Liga has experienced it’s first managerial casualties of the season, with Albert Ferrer replaced by Miroslav Djuckic at Córdoba, whilst Levante also made a swift change, sacking José Luis Mendilibar and More...

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By Alex Kirkland On Monday, October 20th, 2014

Sparkling Isco stakes his claim for starting spot

Real Madrid correspondent Alex Kirkland climbs atop his soap box in this week’s column to campaign for Isco and details why he believes the Andalusian star deserves a place in Carlo Ancelotti’s starting More...

By Alexandra Jonson On Monday, October 20th, 2014

What Atlético can expect from unknown Malmö FF

On Wednesday Atlético Madrid will play the third group stage game of this seasons Champions League. With all four teams of the group at 3 points each it will be a defining and important game for their Champions More...

By Tom Conn On Friday, October 10th, 2014

Explaining Valencia’s success…and why it won’t last

ISF’s resident statistician, Javier J. Hernandez has broken down the numbers behind Valencia’s early-season unbeaten run that has seen them rivaling Barcelona for the top spot in La Liga and explains More...

By Jen Evelyn On Monday, October 6th, 2014

Barcelona is a work in progress despite record-breaking start

Barcelona stunned the world of football until the defeat to PSG in Paris. They had yet to concede a goal and the changes brought in by Luis Enrique were greeted with optimism: they did bring results, after all. More...

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