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Dear Diego Lopez

Dear Diego Lopez, I apologize in behalf of the Real Madrid fans who have ever disrespected you. Page over. Thank you for these years at Real Madrid where you have been nothing but an amazing professional, a great goalkeeper and … Continue reading

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And why not Diego Lopez, mister Del Bosque?

Friendlies between national teams are great opportunities to see new faces, mainly young ones, get an opportunity to defend their country. I am trying to make sense out of the exclusion of Diego Lopez with the Spanish National Team but … Continue reading

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Asier Illarramendi – English version

Called to be the “new” Xabi Alonso, Asier Illarramendi arrives at Real Madrid as the most expensive Spanish signing of the Florentino era. His character, his age and his skills on the pitch are three aspects which I like about … Continue reading

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Asier Illarramendi

Llamado a ser el nuevo Xabi Alonso, Asier Illarramendi llega al Madrid como el fichaje Español más caro de la era Florentino. Su carácter, su edad y su habilidad en la cancha son tres aspectos que me gustan en “Illarra”. … Continue reading

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Alvaro Arbeloa

“I have been shot at so many times that now every time I receive a bullet, it goes through a hole that has already been made” – Alvaro Arbeloa, June 17th  “I have defended my teammates a lot and the … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

Regardless of where you live, if you are an amazing father out there, happy father’s day to you, sir! Father’s Day is vastly celebrated worldwide today: the third Sunday of June. Many countries celebrate it on other dates but why … Continue reading

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Gracias, mister.

Long gone were the days when simply hearing “Real Madrid” would unleash fear within any rival. Long gone were the days where Real Madrid and Champions League were a synonym of success. Long gone was the king of Spain that no rival … Continue reading

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