For the best part of a decade, Espanyol have been La Liga’s perennial mid-table club, rarely flirting with danger nor seriously threatening the European positions. Coaches have come and gone following largely forgettable reigns but finally this year it appears the Catalan club may just have found the right man to spark genuine, positive change. […]Read more "Balanced Espanyol a resurgent force under Quique Sánchez Flores"
Somewhat predictably the dominance that Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have exerted on La Liga in recent years has continued this season and if anything the gap between the trio and the rest has grown. Last term Valencia and Sevilla finished with 77 and 76 points respectively and both were just another win short […]Read more "Top 10 players in La Liga this season outside the ‘Big 3’"