With just one week until the end of the current Spanish top flight season, attention is already starting to turn to what is shaping up to be a frenetic summer of coaching switches. Doubts linger over the futures of bosses all over the country. Although in some cases, the situation is likely to be resolved […]Read more "La Liga’s managerial merry-go-round – Who is going where?"
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"
La Liga 2016-17 Season Preview Madrid | Valencian Community | Catalonia | Andalusia & Canary Islands | Basque Country | Galicia & Asturias The Catalan Clubs Catalonia came close to adding to its two top flight clubs last season with Girona and Gimnastic Tarragona both making the Segunda Division play-offs but both fell just short. […]Read more "2016-2017 La Liga Season Preview – The Catalan Clubs"
While Spain’s winter break is little more than a brief hiatus these days, it does provide us with a chance to reflect on the first chunk of the season which appears to have left the league with 3 very distinct tiers. In contrast to last season when the league was much more staggered with Valencia […]Read more "La Liga breaks up for Christmas – Has the 2015-16 Primera Division already turned into 3 Mini-Leagues?"