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 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
6 days ago

Gerard Pique: I have always given everything to Spain

The ESPN FC panel discuss their picks for the Ultimate Champions League final showdown.

Gerard Pique says he will not accept people doubting his commitment to the Spain national team, but that does not mean he does not support Catalonia's right to choose whether to be independent.

Euro 2012 and World Cup 2010 winner Pique's feelings for La Roja were questioned when he asked to be left out of the most recent international squad due to a hip injury, before he subsequently played for his club in La Liga.

Pique was also present at last week's "diada" celebrations of the national day of...

 Posted by Andy Mitten
Sep 11, 2014

What would Spanish football look like if Catalonia were independent?

The streets of Barcelona are flooded with people and Catalan independence flags on the Day of Catalonia, commemorating the region's annexation.

I write from central Barcelona, where the wide boulevards are packed with people and not cars: Catalans wearing red and yellow T-shirts. It's their day, the National Day of Catalonia; it's also the 300th anniversary of the 1714 fall of Barcelona to Spanish and French troops, which led to Catalonia's loss of independence.

FC Barcelona fans sing for independence after 17 minutes and 14 seconds of every half they play at Camp Nou. It's expected to be particularly lively on Saturday during the game...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
Sep 10, 2014

Spain assistant coach says Munir could be the new Raul

Munir made his senior Spain debut against Macedonia on Monday.

Spain assistant coach Toni Grande has said attacker Munir has the potential to be another Raul Gonzalez, but urged him to keep concentrating on his club football.

The 19-year-old forward came to prominence when scoring from his own half as Barca's youth team won last season's UEFA Youth League, and in the last month has scored on his debut for Barcelona's first team and played for the Spanish under-21s.

Munir,...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
Sep 10, 2014

Vicente del Bosque reassures Gerard Pique over Spain place

Gerard Pique is still considered an important member of Spain's squad.

Vicente del Bosque has played down questions over Gerard Pique's commitment to Spain, saying the Barcelona centre-back will be included in his next squad if he is fit.

- Euro 2016 Qualifying: What we've learned from the first round

Pique, 27, asked to be left out of Spain's two most recent games because of a long-standing hip problem, but played in Barcelona's 1-0 win at Villarreal just before the international break.

That led to criticism that the Catalan defender -- who won the 2010 World...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
Sep 9, 2014

Euro 2016 Qualifying: What we've learned from the first round

ESPN FC's Derek Rae argues that UEFA and FIFA are strengthening the strong teams with their seeding methods.

With the first round of qualifying matches for 2016 European Championships done and dusted, here's a look at four takeaways from the international break.

The new structure may not be quite as bad as first feared

At the very least, the Euro 2016 qualifiers justified the shift in attention. They may have also offered the start of some justification for the shift in structure.

So many complaints about such an early disruption to the domestic leagues suddenly rang a little hollower as the international...