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A victory tonight for Madrid would allow the celebratory cries to ring out. They have won all their post-confinement games thus far and so the thought of them doing so again is reasonable.

ByAlfredo Relaño

How can a bricklayer be working today at the Bernabéu while footballers are not allowed to train while maintaining social distancing criteria? asks Alfredo Relaño.

ByAlfredo Relaño

AS editor-in-chief, Vicente Jiménez, reflects on the possibility of the violence in Barcelona forcing the Clásico to be postponed or moved.

ByVicente Jiménez

There is a tradition at AS where we try and meet up almost every Monday for lunch with representatives from a sports federation (tennis, handball, rugby etc).

ByAlfredo Relaño

Madrid has two fiestas, San Isidro and the Paloma. In the 1950s and 1960s there was another, the final of the Copa del Rey: always played here, and almost always with Athletic.

ByAlfredo Relaño

Let's take a look at what went on in Argentina, for the lessons it might bring. When Julio Grondona died after 30 years as president of the country's football federation...

ByAlfredo Relaño

Luis Rubiales, lawyer, ex-player and as of yesterday, now former president of the Player's Association (AFE) has confirmed his intention to run

ByAlfredo Relaño

Spanish State Secretary for Sport José Ramón Lete yesterday held a meeting with the respective heads of the country's regional football boards and the subsequent unanimous decision was ...

ByAlfredo Relaño

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