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Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid reunion a compelling introduction to 2017-18

Shaka Hislop breaks down the latest surrounding Alvaro Morata's potential move to Man United.

The first official match of the new season sounds like the dream encounter for organizers UEFA. Real Madrid will face Jose Mourinho's Manchester United -- the first time that the Portuguese manager meets his former team on a football pitch since he left Madrid in 2013 -- in the UEFA Supercup.

At times, it feels like football has an extremely inventive writer putting together its scripts. In this case, the fact that Mourinho and the Real Madrid players he threw under the bus during his tenure, such...

By appreciating the wisdom of sitting, Ronaldo has been standing even taller

The guys at Exploding Heads recap all the major storylines from Real Madrid's historic Champions League triumph.
The FC crew react to Cristiano Ronaldo's comments saying his critics have to 'put their guitar back in its case.'

During his first eight seasons with Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 364 goals, a jaw-dropping average of 52 per year. In fact, only in his debut season did he fail to achieve the 50-goal mark, as injuries kept him off the pitch for nine La Liga matches and for the full Copa del Rey.

In those eight seasons, Ronaldo played an average of 50 matches, another impressive mark when sustained for such a long period. His famous determination to play -- and score -- in every possible match knew no limits,...

 By Chris Wright

Carragher, Garcia, Gudjohnsen enjoy Liverpool-Chelsea 'ghost goal' banter

After all turning out in Michael Carrick's testimonial over the weekend, Jamie Carragher, Luis Garcia and Eidur Gudjohnsen all took the team bus home together from Old Trafford.

As ever when a group of professional footballers gather in the same place, the postmatch banter was rife.

Gudjohnsen interrupted a conversation between Carragher and Garcia, joking that the ex-Liverpool pair had been discussing the latter's "ghost goal" that knocked Chelsea out of the Champions League in 2005.

Calling Zidane's Real Madrid anything less than a dynasty is a mistake

Sergio Ramos and the rest of the triumphant Madrid squad showed off their new silverware to Madridistas via bus parade.
The FC crew discuss where Real Madrid's recent run of Champions League titles puts them in terms of all-time clubs.

Consistent with their attitude towards Real Madrid for most of the season, the 12th Champions League trophy has received lukewarm reviews from a sizeable section of the media. Some explain Zinedine Zidane's team success in terms of cash, while others use their strong will to win as their biggest -- almost only -- talent. In most cases, football writers sound surprised that the side that broke the curse of the consecutive Champions League titles does not look -- according to them -- like a...

 By Rob Train

James Rodriguez's long Real Madrid farewell culminated in Cardiff

Gab Marcotti says that James Rodriguez's enormous contract will be a complication for other clubs vying for him.

When James Rodriguez left the Bernabeu pitch in the 61st minute of Real Madrid's 4-1 victory over Sevilla on May 14, the Colombia midfielder poignantly turned to all four corners of the stadium and applauded. His gesture met with reciprocation from the stands in tacit acknowledgement that it would be the last time.

Rafa Benitez lasted less than half a season as coach at Real Madrid chiefly because he was an acolyte to the dying remnants of the Galactico era. In part, James was tainted by association....

Zidane proves he's perfect for Real right now, Wenger's big risk, Inter mess

The FC crew react to Cristiano Ronaldo's comments saying his critics have to 'put their guitar back in its case.'

When Zinedine Zidane was appointed to replace Rafa Benitez back in January 2016, plenty were skeptical -- including yours truly. Boy, were we wrong. His first 17 months at the helm of the club have been close to unparalleled, and any concerns over his experience and personality have been blown away.

What about his lack of experience? Fact is, Real Madrid -- especially this Madrid -- is so different from any other club that a long track record elsewhere isn't quite as relevant. Far more important...