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Spanish Primera División

Stats suggest Bale is Madrid's fall guy

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Gareth Bale could make Man United title challengers, says Scholes

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's future, the decline of English players and Chelsea's Premier League lead.
The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Spain correspondent Sid Lowe lays out the reasons why Gareth Bale has been made a target for criticism among Madrid supporters this season.

Paul Scholes believes Gareth Bale would be a "perfect" signing for Manchester United and would propel them into the status of title contenders.

Scholes, who won 11 Premier League titles and two European Cups as a United player, thinks Bale could have the same impact as Eric Cantona or Wayne Rooney.

Bale is enduring a difficult time at Real Madrid and had his car attacked after Sunday's Clasico defeat to Barcelona. Scholes feels the Wales international would get the unstinting support of the United...

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez have 'special relationship' at Barcelona

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes there is a high probability that Barcelona will drop points before season's end and afford Real Madrid an opportunity to win La Liga.
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.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti breaks down Barcelona's four point lead over Real Madrid in La Liga.

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has said there is "no hint of jealousy" in the relationship between his club's all-star strike force of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez.

The three South Americans have been in excellent form in 2015, with Barca moving four points clear in the title race, reaching the Copa del Rey final and qualifying for the Champions League quarterfinals.

Pique told UEFA.com in quotes reported on Barca's official website that the "special relationship" between Messi, Suarez and...

Real Madrid fans set to be banned and fined for kicking Gareth Bale's car

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's future, the decline of English players and Chelsea's Premier League lead.

Three Real Madrid fans are set to be fined €3,001 each and banned from attending all games for six months after kicking and punching the cars of Blancos players, including that of Gareth Bale, on the night of the team's 2-1 defeat at Barcelona.

Carlo Ancelotti's side went into Sunday's clash supposedly in crisis, but played well for the first 60 minutes until Luis Suarez's strike turned the game and possibly the Primera Division title race Barca's way.

The Madrid squad flew back to the Spanish...

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Keylor Navas not looking to leave Real Madrid despite Casillas competition

Pepe could only watch helplessly after sliding past Fernando Torres, who all but sealed Real Madrid's Copa del Rey fate with an early second half goal.
Keylor Navas has made three La Liga appearances for Real Madrid this season.

Keylor Navas insists he is happy at Real Madrid despite his lack of playing time.

Navas, 28, has made seven appearances, just three in the Primera Division, since joining the European champions from Levante last summer.

The Costa Rica goalkeeper is a reported target of Premier League sides Arsenal and Liverpool.

"I feel very calm," Navas told Spanish sports newspaper Marca. "Obviously, one always wants more.

"I'm not a conformist or someone that gives up easily.

"I know that the situation is not...

Luis Suarez: FIFA treated me worse than a hooligan after World Cup bite

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe believes there is a high probability that Barcelona will drop points before season's end and afford Real Madrid an opportunity to win La Liga.

Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has said he was treated "worse than if I were a hooligan" when FIFA banned him for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.

Uruguay striker Suarez was initially suspended from all football activity by FIFA for what was his third bite of an opposition player during a game, and had to leave the team hotel the day after the incident took place.

His punishment was later reduced by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, meaning he was able to train with his...