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Martinez: Tactical preview of Clasico

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Real Madrid-Barcelona: A tactical preview

There's little argument that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two best soccer players in the world, but who's better?

The only aspect we ought to leave out of the Real-Barca preview is the importance of home field advantage. Since 2008-09, Barca have won six times at the Bernabeu, and Real have won four times at the Nou Camp. This Saturday, they play at the Santiago Bernabeu, the pitch where Lionel Messi feels most comfortable. In fact, of the 21 goals the Argentine has scored against the Merengues, 12 have been on Madrid soil. But this isn't just about Messi. It's about all the new things this 229th official...

 By Tom Marshall
about an hour ago

Desperation setting in at Chivas

Hedgardo Marin and Jorge Enriquez talk things over after Chivas were embarrassed in the Copa MX quarterfinals midweek.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Sometimes soccer has a strange way of coming back to bite you on the behind. Amid Chivas' current crisis, there's almost a sense of awkward poetic justice that Daniel Guzman comes to town with his Club Tijuana team to face the relegation-threatened side this Sunday in the Estadio Omnilife.

Guzman was once coach of Chivas. He was hired before current owner Jorge Vergara bought the club in 2002, but "El Travieso" became the first coach to be fired by the owner, after the...

2 hours ago

PSG Ibrahimovic and Cavani-less for crunch Bordeaux clash

Paris Saint-Germain coach Laurent Blanc looks ahead to his side's Ligue 1 clash with Bordeaux.

Paris Saint-Germain entertain Girondins de Bordeaux this Saturday as second and third place meet in Ligue 1. The French champions come into the clash in improving form, having registered back-to-back wins for the first time this season against RC Lens and APOEL FC, but coach Laurent Blanc is facing yet another team selection nightmare.

Edinson Cavani is suspended for the game, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains unavailable as he continues to recover from his heel problem. However, the questionable...

 By Rory Smith
3 hours ago

Does a rising sense of fan entitlement devalue football loyalties?

Supporters can get quite upset when they spend plenty of money on a ticket only to watch their team sustain a lopsided loss.
Supporters can get quite upset when they spend plenty of money on a ticket only to watch their team sustain a lopsided loss.

It could happen this weekend, though the fixtures do not really suggest it. It could be at Tottenham, theoretically, or at Southampton again. If not, then it will only be a matter of days: Arsenal next week, perhaps, or Stamford Bridge or Selhurst Park. It will happen, though, and soon, and then one group of fans will have a choice to make.

The choice is this. Your team is losing. Badly. They are four goals down, maybe five, and there is still half an hour to play. It is an age-old question,...

4 hours ago

Rehabbing, recovery and renewed hope of a return to playing

United States international, Stuart Holden strongly asserted his aim to return to the soccer pitch following his continued recovery from a series of serious injuries.

First of all, this is NOT a retirement announcement.

I see this blog as an opportunity to connect with my incredible supporters and provide an update on where I stand currently. It's also a chance to let down my normal, very publicly positive wall.

The daily grind of rehab is brutal. I am constantly being tested, some days physically, some days mentally and some days both! By this point, I could wear the unenviable name tag of "professional gym rat" around my neck.

If you talk to the physical therapists...

4 hours ago

Road warriors ES Setif ready for AS Vita challenge in CAF Champions League

Florent Ibenge's AS Vita are yet to be beaten at home this season in the CAF Champions League.
Florent Ibenge's AS Vita are yet to be beaten at home this season in the CAF Champions League.

Tremendous travelers ES Setif will be at fortress Kinshasa to play AS Vita in the first leg of the CAF Champions League final on Sunday. The clash pits the team with the best record on the road in this year's competition against the club who have not been beaten at home. If both play as their form suggests, the contest promises to be hard fought.

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is a difficult place to play for visiting teams, who are usually intimidated by partisan crowds and a hostile...