Wednesday night saw the first final of UEFA’s new tournament, the Europa League. Roma won it. Alfredo Relaño takes a look.
Alfredo Relaño looks ahead to the start of the coronavirus-delayed 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
Do you remember? In February of last year PSG came to Madrid in the first leg of the round of 16 and it was a feeling like Attila arriving at the gates of Rome...
There is no longer any doubt: Messi finding success with Argentina is becoming an even taller order, writes Alfredo Relaño.
Watching Barça’s spectacular fall at Anfield on Tuesday, I remembered the other times they have crumpled in the Champions League: the 4-0 defeat to PSG, the 3-0 defeats in both Turin and Rome.
El fútbol se rebela contra toda regla y la Champions es su mejor expresión
Piqué played with the Catalan team, and not with the Spanish team, which gave rise to numerous comments. He explained the situation...
Football is about moments and the Roma game was defined by two of them either side of the break.
Uncertainty is starting to overshadow Real Madrid. Varane, who has been involved in six defeats and one draw in the white shirt this season has pointed to a problem with formation.
A debate has been ongoing between Madrid and Barcelona about what is better: winning the Champions League or winning the Liga and Copa double.
Football, and sport in general, would rather exist on the periphery of political turmoil but at certain points in time that just isn’t possible.