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El Clasico
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

When are 2016 Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards announced?

Real Madrid and Barcelona have always dominated the Ballon D'or, but who has won more in their history?

The Ballon d'Or and FIFA Best Men's Player awards are now separate. Find out all the information about them below.

When are the award ceremonies?

- The Ballon d'Or award will be announced on Dec. 12, 2016 (8 p.m CET), with a progressive revelation of the list from 17.30 CET on Francefootball.fr and L'Equipe.

- The FIFA Best Men's Player award, Best Women's Player and FIFA Puskas award (for the best goal of 2016) will be presented at the Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Jan. 9, 2017...

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Shaka Hislop addresses some key points for Tuesday's UCL action, including Messi chasing Ronaldo's group stage goal record.

Champions League Matchday 6 still has some intrigue despite several top clubs already assured of their spots in the knockout stages. Miguel Delaney runs through what to watch for this week.

Less and less on the line in 2016

Since it's the final matchday of the group stage, there is obviously one big theme to look at -- do-or-die qualification for the last 16 -- but that also demands a wider historical perspective. There are four places up for grabs, with 12 already decided, and that means...

Barcelona miss golden Clasico chance, Guardiola gets it wrong, LFC's collapse

Though Real Madrid and Barcelona drew in El Clasico, the play of Barca's stars draws the most criticism from the FC crew.

So much for the idea that Real Madrid are going to run away with La Liga. They're not -- not yet, anyway. And even a win at the Camp Nou and going nine points clear would not have meant locking up the title just yet.

But what the 1-1 draw showed (Sergio Ramos' late goal notwithstanding) is that Real Madrid are very much a team, a compact unit more than capable of going into the Camp Nou and dominating, physically and tactically. That was the case in the first half, where Zinedine Zidane's midfield,...

Modric the master for Madrid, Barca need Iniesta, Griezmann drought

Barcelona fans watching the game on the supporters club boat in London had their hearts broken by Real's late leveler.

Five thoughts from the weekend in La Liga as Sergio Ramos' late header in the Clasico at Barcelona kept Real Madrid in control of the title race, Atletico and Sevilla missed chances to make up ground, and there was a shake-up at the bottom of the table.

1. Modric the master

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos got the headlines, again, on Saturday afternoon as his latest last-gasp header equalised at the Camp Nou and maintained his side's six-point advantage over Barcelona in the La Liga table.

Man...

Real Madrid, Barcelona planning £60 million Anthony Martial swoop

Jose Mourinho has warned Anthony Martial that he needs to make the most of his opportunities.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! Check out all the latest deals here.

La Liga giants to fight for Martial

Manchester United have only just made Anthony Martial the most expensive teenager in history, but the Sun believes Real Madrid and Barcelona would be ready to offer the Red Devils a profit on their investment.

The France international cost an initial £36 million, but with a further £8m arriving once he reaches 25 goals for...

Barcelona, Real Madrid's latest Clasico showed the importance of mentality

Craig Burley was correct in predicting Sergio Ramos' impact, as his equaliser preserved a draw for Real Madrid.
Sergio Ramos headed home a last-gasp equaliser to preserve Real Madrid's six-point advantage in La Liga.
Sergio Ramos' late equaliser gave Real Madrid a dramatic 1-1 draw in El Clásico.
Sergio Ramos' late equaliser gave Real Madrid a dramatic 1-1 draw in El Clásico.
Barcelona fans watching the game on the supporters club boat in London had their hearts broken by Real's late leveler.

BARCELONA, Spain -- This was a match in which individual skill, tactics, strategy and passion all took a backseat to mentality.

The recent history of Barcelona and Real Madrid is so dotted with footballers of five-star, luxury class -- Lamborghinis and Ferraris amid a sea of family-sized, five-door, school-run estate cars -- that we all get caught up in talking about them like they are high-performance machines.

Not mere human beings.

Because they can, in football terms, go from nought to 60 in...