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Hunger is back at Barca


Five key stats from Clasico

Spanish Primera División

Luis Enrique's forgotten Real Madrid years

La Liga

Clasico could decide La Liga destiny

50-50 Clasico Challenge
 By Chris Wright

Dani Alves deals with questions by singing them away

Strange as it may seem, we here at Toe Poke aren't constantly badgered by hordes of reporters camped out on our doorstep day and night desperate for quotes and photos but we can image that kind of thing gets very old, very quickly.

Dani Alves, in his infinite wisdom, seems to have devised a foolproof method of dealing with such relentless hassle.

Finding himself being harangued by a clucking gaggle of media bods while attempting to make his way through the airport on Monday, Alves first ignored...

Barcelona summer arrivals have brought hunger back to the Camp Nou

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on England's Euro 2016 chances, Andres Iniesta's future and the best candidates to replace Xavi Hernandez at Barcelona.

One of the most intriguing conundrums of modern football is how today's coaches motivate dressing rooms full of millionaires. It must be an incredibly difficult task when just a few months' wages of some footballers is sufficient for most people to retire for the rest of their days.

This is especially the case at the very highest level where the wages are greater and the differences between rival players and teams theoretically should be slight. At this stage of the season when trophies are up...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC Player of the Month -- Messi, Ibrahimovic or Anderson?

The ESPN FC crew break down the Player of the Month shortlist and give their suggestions for players they felt were left out.

Rewind to the early days of December, and it looked as though Cristiano Ronaldo was a certainty to win ESPN FC's Player of the Month each and every calendar turn through the end of the season. He'd won three on the trot -- and only narrowly missed out on making that four in a row -- and nobody, not even Lionel Messi, was close to dislodging him from the top of the game.

Now, though, Ronaldo hasn't won an award since. In fact, he hasn't been so much as nominated since November. Excluding January,...

Joaquin Valdes might be the man behind Luis Enrique, Barca resurgence

The ESPN FC panel discuss an incredible weekend in the world of football with Manchester United's win and Barcelona's El Clasico victory highlighting the action.

We've just hit the year anniversary of the last game Victor Valdes ever played for FC Barcelona. A little sadly, from my perspective, it was something barely noted in the local media; he was certainly the most successful keeper in the club's history and, I'd say, their greatest, too.

Leaping up to catch the ball and coming down, almost imperceptibly in pain at first and then lying down on the ground, motionless, the agony in his knee ligaments was quickly overtaken by an evident knowledge right...

 By Sid Lowe

Copa del Rey final venue, Barcelona's Camp Nou, not decided without a fight

The Camp Nou will host the 2015 Copa del Rey final, a decision that's been a long time coming in Spain.

And so the soap opera comes to an end, and what fun it was. So much fun, in fact, that we'll do it all over again next year. Same time, same place. Or should that read "different time, different place" instead? Not long after one Seville-based sports newspaper announced that the Copa del Rey final would be held at Real Betis' Benito de Villamarin stadium, the Spanish football Federation announced that the Copa del Rey final will be held at FC Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium on May 30.


Barcelona's Camp Nou hosting Copa del Rey final sparks controversy

Barcelona's Camp Nou was controversially chosen as the site for the Copa del Rey final after their rivals Real Madrid turned down the opportunity to host it at the Santiago Bernabeu.

After weeks of endless negotiations in order to reach a mutual agreement, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have finally decided that the Camp Nou will host the Copa del Rey final on May 30. In other words, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao will challenge for the title in the Catalans' home stadium.

Despite both clubs identifying the Santiago Bernabeu as the ideal scenario for the final, the Real Madrid board ignored their request and rejected the offer as soon as they were approached. A petition...