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The La Liga Weekly crew are back with more banter on the beautiful game in Spain. Mark, Corey and Kevin discuss the Barca stumble, potential racism, and Manchester Citys six goal nightmare for United. Recorded Monday this week, all is still very fresh and relative with topics on, Barcas 0-0 draw to Sevilla the saved Messi penalty Levante reaching pole position CRonaldo surging ahead with 3 scores Betis drift co-efficient Pelligrini miscalculating Mancini success at Old Trafford     give […]

Posted by LaLigaWeekly On Oct - 25 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

Back for more with the ORIGINAL La Liga Weekly podcast and discussion on Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Valencia and Villarreal and their UEFA Champions League tickets. Join Mark, Corey and your host Kevin as they continue the quest for the beautiful game in Spain and elsewhere       give us a listen and leave your comments Podcast Powered By SerieAWeekly Standard Podcasts: | itunes |Download | Embeddable Player

Posted by LaLigaWeekly On Oct - 19 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

welcome us back peeps, more from the laligaweekly crew starting this week with La Liga clubs in UEFA Champions League, some discussion on leaders and new arrivals Real Betis and of course the usual Real Madrid and Barcelona banter. Join Mark, Corey and your host Kevin as they continue the quest for the beautiful game in Spain and elsewhere give us a listen and leave your comments Podcast Powered By SerieAWeekly Standard Podcasts: | itunes |Download | Embeddable Player

Posted by LaLigaWeekly On Sep - 28 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST

When last we commented about the Del Nido´s Revolution, there was more than a bit of optimism in the air. Sure, there were 18 clubs that had been invited to the meeting in Seville, 12 showed up and only a few were as vocal as Sevilla over rectifying the remarkable imbalance that La Liga bares over any other major football league in Europe, but there was at least a dialogue in order and debates were planned to continue those lines […]

Posted by elpresidente On Sep - 16 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST

We thought the debate was over. Despite protests from Sevilla, Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao and Espanyol, the majority of clubs in Spain had agreed, last November in fact, to shackle themselves to a slightly-less unfair agreement over the disbursement of television rights in Spain. It was called a victory for the middle class clubs in Spain, at least that’s what the likes of Valencia and Atletico Madrid thought, but it never went down well with the two most vocal club Presidents, […]

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