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21 October 2009
Due to the increasingly intriguing nature of the Joseph Fiennes-fuelled ‘FlashForward’ the simple-minded La Liga Loca completely forgot about the Champions League highlights show on Spanish TV on Tuesday night.
SHARES
20 October 2009
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20 October 2009
One of the most memorable moments of José Antonio Reyes’ rather hopeless spell at Atlético Madrid came when the winger was coming off the pitch, rather than when he was on it.
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19 October 2009
SHARES
19 October 2009
A much-cherished tradition will soon pass into the annals of folklore.
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19 October 2009
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16 October 2009
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16 October 2009
Huw Davies predicts what will, and will not, happen in the Premier League this weekend...
SHARES
16 October 2009
If a plastic surgery and showbiz analogy can be stretched to its furthest possible boundaries without snapping back and hitting La Liga Loca on the forehead, then the self-proclaimed “best league in the world” is not dissimilar a slightly past-it, tart-with-a-heart, working-in-a-diner, boob-jobbed Michelle Pfeiffer: perfectly acceptable fare if you happen to a be a taxi driver. The enormous, pert, attention-grabbing knockers are, of course, Real Madrid and Barcelona, but the overall affect is ruined for most picky punters by an enormous, hair-sprouting mole above Michelle’s top lip. This week’s unfortunate and unwanted growth in la Liga is Deportivo, who are taking the fourth-place guest spot in the continuing AWOL-ness of Valencia, Villarreal and Atlético. But despite the evidence apparently showing that Deportivo (sigh) is one of Spain’s top sides at the moment, professional misery bags, Miguel Angel Lotina, will not let one moment of happiness sneak into Saturday’s opening encounter against 3rd-placed Sevilla. “There’s a certain euphoria amongst the fans and at the club,” droned the Depor boss, “but luckily this has not entered the dressing room. And nor will it.”

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