AS columnist Alfredo Relaño gives his take on the resignation of Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu.
Alfredo Relaño discusses the evolution of the Spain team under Luis Enrique, noting that the head coach has moved on from a promising generation that didn't deliver.
For me, one of the abiding images of Sunday's Clásico is that of Casemiro beating the turf in reaction to Vinicius Júnior's goal...
Quique Setién's Barça produced more than a thousand passes during Sunday's game but looking closely at this data, more than 70% of these combinations were backwards...
Style is non-negotiable, something sovereign… This is often heard in football and hangs on the lips and keyboards of the many Barcelona journalists that monitor the life of the club.
The world of football is still coming to terms from the aftershock following Barcelona's loss to Atlético Madrid in Jeddah last week in the Spanish Super Cup ...
We reach the halfway point of the season with Barça as winter champions on goal difference (28-26), level on 40 points with Real Madrid.
At the end of a year and a decade, France Football have selected their best XI of the last 10 years - a team which recognises Spain's LaLiga, notes Alfredo Relaño.
This time we were obliged to follow the Club World Cup from a distance and maybe even with an added degree of indifference