Barcelona fans worried they would never see their famous MSN attack again were given a treat on Tuesday as Lionel Messi posted a picture on Instagram alongside Luis Suarez and Neymar.
The post, which came on the afternoon that Barca announced they were suing Neymar for breach of contract, was soon followed by three from the Paris Saint-Germain man himself.
The image was captioned "Volvio," which translates as "He's back."
The Brazilian was pictured alongside former teammates Ivan Rakitic, Douglas,...
Real Madrid's appeal to reduce Cristiano Ronaldo's five-game ban was rejected by a Spanish government's tribunal on Tuesday.
Ronaldo was suspended after pushing referee Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea after being shown a second yellow card late in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup.
Madrid had already had an initial appeal rejected by Spain's football federation (RFEF), as the sending off ruled him out of the Super Cup second leg, and a fresh appeal to the Tribunal Administrativo del Deporte...
You may have noticed a tremendous outbreak of indefensible stupidity in Spanish football over the last few days, which centres upon two intertwining trends: Refereeing mistakes and wholly unnecessary red cards.
There have been stories aplenty about clubs appealing officials' decisions and an outright lack of condemnation from the coaches toward the players who let them down and the hard fact is that it is time to put the microscope on the footballers in question, not the fallible referees.