Real Madrid & Los Blancos

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. Los Blancos (Argentina) is a village and rural municipality in Salta Province in northwestern Argentina. 5.0/5

Real Madrid Los Blancos Cristiano Ronaldo Champions League Carlo Ancelotti La Liga Gareth Bale Manchester United Jose Mourinho Atletico Madrid Santiago Bernabeu Karim Benzema Premier League Bayern Munich Florentino Perez Sergio Ramos Old Trafford Manchester City

Sporting Gijon 2-3 Real Madrid Player Ratings: Isco shines as Los Blancos come from behind to win…
Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale were not involved but it mattered little as Los Blancos went back to the top o...
MARCA: After 10yrs at Los Blancos, Pepe is the best foreign centre-back in Real Madrid's history.
FOOTBALL: Real Madrid's draw with Barcelona still feels like a win for Los Blancos.
Sergio Ramos' late goal saw the spoils shared between Barcelona and Real Madrid on Saturday.
Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid: Ramos wins a point for Los Blancos late in the night
Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid. Sergio Ramos here again to save Real Madrid, Los Blancos remain on top with +6 points.
Real Madrid transfer news: Los Blancos preparing €100m move for Juventus star Paulo Dybala in ...: Real Madri...
Real Madrid return to winning ways in the Liga with an emphatic 6-1 away success. Los Blancos are now unbeaten in 22 g…
One of superstars would reportedly be allowed to leave Los Blancos for R1.1 billion this window.
Jugones: When Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Real Madrid it will be 105 days since he has played for Los Blancos.
Asensio is the Real Madrid prodigy and Spanish hero Los Blancos fans have been craving
.claim former Barca boy Cesc Fabregas reached out to Real Madrid's President about signing with Los Blancos:
Cesc Fabregas is a reported target for Real Madrid. Los Blancos have an impending transfer ban and need to act quick with any signings.
1. Real Madrid. After a long drought, Los Blancos will finally triumph in the league. BBC will be unstoppable.
Real Madrid's spin machine in over drive after Man Utd sign Paul Pogba
Update your maps at Navteq
Bale tipped to stay at Real Madrid for a 'long, long time': Ramon Calderon has urged Los Blancos to hand the W...
Malaga 1-1 Real Madrid: Bye bye to La Liga from Los Blancos once again: It's goodbye to La Liga for another ye...
Real Madrid transfer news: Los Blancos eyeing Manchester United defender: Real Madrid have shown an interest i...
Can't believe that Zidane is the new Real Madrid coach. "Beautiful Football" is in store for Los Blancos. The excitement is "REAL"
How will Real Madrid line up under Zinedine Zidane?: Goal take a look at how Los Blancos may shape up under…
How will this Real Madrid legend perform as manager of Los Blancos?
Marcelo has nearly 25 goals for Los Blancos - nearly as many as the legendary Robert Carlos scored - from open play for Real Madrid.
Varane: Real Madrid need to control PSG: The French defender has urged Los Blancos to take the game to the Ligue 1…
Today we mourn the passing of Ignacio Zoco, a Real Madrid legend who defended Los Blancos for over a decade. Our...
Karim Benzema shines again for Los Blancos! Atheltic - Real Madrid: Player Ratings!
Rafa Benitez wants Alvaro Morata to return to. Real Madrid but Perez wants the Los Blancos. to snap up Sergio Aguero. (AS)
Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was the only Los Blancos player who didn't celebrate Gareth Bale's goal.
[Goal] Real Madrid - Levante Betting: Back Ronaldo, Bale and Benzema to fire Los Blancos back to winning ways
Real Madrid fall to Athletic Bilbao 1-0. Los Blancos can lose the top spot in La Liga with a Barcelona win tomorrow. http…
La Liga is back, and Real Madrid visit Córdoba in what should be a manageable game for Los Blancos. Match Information TV Info: BeIN Sports, BeIN Sports en Español (United States), GolT, Canal+Liga (Spain), Others. Stream Info: BeIN Sports Connect (United States), Sky Go (United Kingdom), Yomvi, GolStadium (Spain), Others. Team news: Isco and Pepe are not available for Real Madrid, so Carlo Ancelotti will need to start either Illarramendi or Sami Khedira in the midfield. Raphaël Varane should fill Pepe's shoes. Modric is still recovering from his injury. Tags: (film, (sports, africa, animals, art, art and culture, art news, artistic news, arts, asia, auto, boxing, breaking news, business, cartoon, celebrity, cinema, culture, culture news, education, environment, europe, fight club, fights, football, health, humor, lgbt, MMA, moto, music, news, newzwolf, oceania, people, politics, s ...
unlimited calling, voip, phone service
What was the crucial factor in the end? RT: A record 17 goals in the 2013-14 Champions League campaign, 61 goals in 60 appearances for club and country in the calendar year, breaking the La Liga hat-trick record, a rate of one goal every 62 minutes in La Liga, a Champions League title, a Copa Del Rey title, 21 club assists and a leader's role on the field as Real finally bagged the Decima. However, it's fair to say that Argentina failing to win the World Cup also played more of a part than Ronaldo did in Brazil in the Ballon d'Or outcome. FT: Ronaldo led Real Madrid to victory in the most important club tournament in the world, scoring plenty of goals and terrorising rival defences in the process. His influence in the very successful year that Los Blancos have enjoyed under Carlo Ancelotti is obvious, as is his increasing desire to become a leader for experienced teammates and upcoming youngsters. ML: The bottom line is Messi and Ronaldo are the leading "brands" in the game today, the finest outfield play ...
Real interested in Falcao as Benzema looks to move Real Madrid are understood to have become interested in signing Manchester United star Radamel Falcao, now that their forward Karin Benzema is pushing for a move to Liverpool, reports The Daily Express. It is believed that, unlike United, Los Blancos do not have concerns over his injury proneness and may thus try their best to being him back to La Liga. Gundogan wants a move Manchester United target Ilkay Gundogan has said that he wishes to move to and play in the Premier League one day. The German was quoted telling Bild: "I'd like to leave the German championship, one day. Playing in the Premier League is one of my goals." Meanwhile, reports in The Daily Expressreveal that Dortmund are ready to let the midfielder move to United for £16m. Juventus enter race for Sneijder Juventus have entered the race for the signature of Manchester United target and Galatasary star Wesley Sneijder. Manager Massimiliano Allegri was quoted in The Daily Star, saying: "I t ...
Real Madrid’s winning streak was cut and so Curitiba’s record will remain intact for a while. While it is true that the Los Blancos did not perform clearly worse than in the last few games in 2014, Ancelotti’s men did not meet the expectations posed on them yesterday. 5 takeaways from the 2-1 defeat This team struggles when facing an intense pressure in the midfield – And this is something we will likely see again next Wednesday against Atletico. Real Madrid held the possession yesterday (61-39, according to Whoscored), but their passing game was not as fluid as usual. Toni Kroos was never able to dictate the tempo of the game and the aid by Isco and James was not enough. There should be no doubt that Luka Modric will recover his starting spot as soon as he is ready. Jesé’s entrance on the pitch was an actual upgrade – Ancelotti has said Jesé would be important and yesterday he pro ...
What's your take? Manchester United to make £90m Gareth Bale bid Fresh reports have emerged claiming that Manchester United are ready to offer Real Madrid £90m to secure the signature of Gareth Bale. The Welshman, who joined the Spanish giants from Tottenham Hotspur for a world-record fee last year, emerged as a target for the Red Devils earlier this month. United have been linked with Bale in the past, although having previously missed out to Madrid for his services it was thought that they had been priced out of a move. However, the Daily Star reports that Louis Van Gaal will offer Los Blancos a huge sum to land the forward when the Transfer Window reopens in January, as the Dutchman looks to continue strengthening his squad.
FT - Real Madrid extend their record winning streak to 20 games. Is there any team that can stop Los Blancos in their present f…
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo once again went eye-to-eye this weekend when both scored a hat trick for their respective sides, but who has been in better goal-scoring form since Ronaldo moved to Spain. View: Gallery: Ronaldo & Messi Hat Tricks Dismantle Oppponents The former Manchester United star joined Real Madrid in August 2009 and has since scored 200 La Liga goals in 178 games for Los Blancos. In so doing, he became the quickest player to score 200 league goals in Spain, bettering Telmo Zarra’s record of netting 200 strikes 219 games. Lionel Messi reached that same feat in 235 La Liga games, but started his life in Spain’s top- flight aged 17. Ronaldo, meanwhile, moved to Spain when he was 24 already. Messi has managed to score 202 goals over the last six seasons, compared to Ronaldo’s 200, but the Argentine has played four more games. This means Messi has outscored his rival by just two La Liga goals since 2009, while Ronaldo has a minimal better goals-per-game ratio. Read: Why Messi & Ro ...
Real Madrid top themselves Real Madrid made club history on Saturday night as Los Blancos recorded their 16th straight win in all competitions with a 2-1 triumph over Málaga at La Rosaleda. Cristiano Ronaldo assisted on both Karim Benzema's first half goal and Gareth Bale's strike in the Second Half to push Real's total goal total to 59 on the season, an average of almost four a game. Manager Carlo Ancelotti opted to play a 4-2-3-1 formation to start so it was Benzema up top as the lone striker and an attacking midfield of Cristiano Ronaldo on the left, James on the middle and Gareth Bale on the right. Toni Kroos and Isco anchored in as holding midfielders while in defense it was a full-strength back four of Dani Carvajal, Pepe, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo in front of goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
Another brace for Cristiano Ronaldo as Real Madrid thrash Eibar
Real Madrid would be willing to offload Gareth Bale to Manchester United if it means they can sign Eden Hazard to replace him. The Chelsea winger is high on Carlo Ancelotti's wishlist and, according to reports in Spain, he will try to tempt Louis Van Gaal into a record-breaking deal for Bale to fund the move. Los Blancos would be looking to receive more than they paid for Bale, and would probably ask for upwards of £90million. It is unlikely that Jose Mourinho would be willing to sell Hazard, so it would take an enormous offer to lure him away from Stamford Bridge. The Belgian spoke of his desire to play in Spain earlier in his career when Real Madrid first came knocking, but has recently said Chelsea are the only club he wants to play for. "I made the choice to join Chelsea because I knew I was going to play. This is my third year here. I can take pleasure by playing in this team." "I never said that if I left Chelsea it will be for Real Madrid. The only club that makes me dream is Chelsea."
Even before Christmas last year, we knew that the match of the season would be Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich!! Same goes for this season. I want them to face each other!! An improved Bayern taking on the ruthless Los Blancos!!
Congratulations Cristiano. Great job on your success... Viva los blancos y Real Madrid...
Real Madrid vs Liverpool: The Independent readers believe Steven Gerrard hasn’t been good ...
Liverpool are not in it and never have been. This is Real Madrid, Los Blancos... Different class 👌
Liverpool are students at the Real Madrid masterclass. Crisp, professional football from Los Blancos.
Champions League Match preview: Liverpool aim to tame rampant Real Madrid, salvage stuttering campaign: After the 'Los Blancos' dished out a footballing masterclass at Anfield, in a 3-0 win over Liverpool, which left even the staunchest of Kopietes applaud Cristiano Ronaldo and his band of champions, the focus shifts to the Santiago Bernabeu, where the two teams clash once again, in what promises to be another dramatic fixture. Though Real Madrid remain 'the' team to beat in this season's Champions League, still they would be wary of a Liverpool side, seething with revenge, thanks to that humiliating Anfield mauling. Tuesday's fixture is a make or break tie for the Reds, considering the fact that their European dreams hang by a thread, and another defeat against Real will seriously sabotage their chances of making it to the Round of 16. Madrid enter the tie in wake of some superb domestic form, which was evident in the recent 4-0 thrashing of La Liga minnows Granada, thus giving Carlo Ancelotti's side a s ...
Borini and Markovic start at the Bernabeu Brendan Rodgers has opted to make seven changes to his team as the Reds prepare to lock horns with reigning European Champions, Real Madrid, at the Santiago Bernabeu tonight. Defensively, the manager switches Kolo Toure in for Dejan Lovren and Javier Manquillo in for Glen Johnson for the Champions League Group B encounter in the Spanish capital. In the middle of the park, Steven Gerrard comes out of the side to be replaced by Lucas Leiva, while summer signing Emre Can is preferred to Jordan Henderson. Martin Skrtel will captain the team. Lazar Markovic replaces Philippe Coutinho and Adam Lallana starts ahead of Raheem Sterling for the clash against the La Liga pace-setters, who have racked up 11 consecutive wins in all competitions. Up front, Fabio Borini is named ahead of his compatriot Mario Balotelli as Liverpool look to return to winning ways in Europe with a tought test against Carlo Ancelotti's Los Blancos.
Betting Tips: Uefa Champions League / Real Madrid VS Liverpool -- Match Time:11/5/2014 03:45 Wednesday Real Madrid VS Liverpool Madrid are flying high, Los Blancos won all of their last 11 matches (in all competitions), scoring 51 goals. Now, in case of victory against Liverpool, they’ll secure their place in the play-offs of Uefa Champions League. Coach Carlo Ancelotti knows that his side are a in a very good form. “It is true that we are playing well, we know how important every match is. Every game is a test and a chance to either improve or take a step back. But we are not afraid because I have a very professional team. I have to admit and make clear that we tried to play this way last year as well. I'm confident about this team,” he said. It appears that in the last game, against Granada, Asier Illarramendi and Sami Khedira picked up some injuries cause they are not available for this match. Dani Carvajal also got injured in this game and he was substituted already in the first half. Coentr . ...
ENOUGH HAS BEEN SAID ABOUT THE RESULT ON WEDNESDAY..HERE ARE SOME EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS FROM OUR FRIEND Hesketh. THANKS AS USUAL XXX Liverpool lost 3-0 to an exceptional Real Madrid side in their Champions League clash at Anfield on Wednesday evening. Liverpool were outclassed by a terrific Real Madrid side at Anfield, as Brendan Rodgers‘ succumbed to a deserved 3-0 loss against the European Champions. Two goals from Karim Benzema, both avoidable, and a terrific strike by Cristiano Ronaldo were the difference on the night, but in truth it could have been more had Los Blancos not eased off in the second-half. It was an evening that showed just how good the top teams in Europe are, and illustrated how far Rogders’ side still are from being the finished article. Once against soft goals were conceded, and it is becoming a serious cause for concern. In the other Group B clash, Ludogorets secured a last-minute win against Basel, which is an excellent result for the Reds in their quest to qualify for the knockout ...
Ronaldo '100% certain' not to rejoin Manchester United - Ancelotti The Real Madrid coach is completely confident that his talismanic forward will not rejoin his former club next summer and expects him to retire at the Santiago Bernabeau Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti is "100 per cent certain" that Cristiano Ronaldo will not rejoin Manchester United next summer and expects the Portuguese to retire at the Santiago Bernabeu. The winger has been in astonishing form for Los Blancos ever since his €94 million move in 2009 but has left the door open for a return one day, with reports suggesting that the Red Devils could try to make it happen in 2015. Ancelotti, though, believes that Ronaldo has no reason to leave Spain. He told The Sun: "Everyone can be changed and substituted but Ronaldo is now the best in the world and it [would mean] Madrid lose the best player, which is a huge loss. "But this won't happen - because Ronaldo will go to the end of his career at Real Madrid. I'm 100% certain he will be here ...
If Lionel Messi becomes La Liga all time top scorer during El Clasico, game could be paused to celebrate!Lionel Messi has scored a whopping 249 La Liga goals. The record for most La Liga goals is currently held by Telmo Zarra, who notched 251 goals, predominantly for Athletic Bilbao, in the Spanish top flight. As it stands, it is simply a question of when Lionel Messi will break the La Liga all-time goal scoring record with Barcelona hosting Eibar at the Nou Camp next, followed by El Clasico at the Bernabeu in the following game. There is a very real chance that Messi will either arrive to the Real Madrid game as all-time La Liga top goal scorer, or even break the record against Los Blancos. The Spanish Football Association president discussed yesterday what should happen when Messi breaks the record. Javier Tebas told journalists, “It will be an important historic moment. Messi will deserve some form of tribute and if he surpasses the record of Zarra, we should pause to reflect on what will be such a h ...
"But Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti has attempted to pour cold water on the continued speculation that CR7 could leave Real Madrid"
How can anyone doubt his passion and loyalty to Real Madrid?
Real Madrid new boy James Rodriguez has spoken of his respect for former Los Blancos superstar
Manager Louis Van Gaal is hoping Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao can persuade ex-Real Madrid team-mate Fabio Coentrao, 26, to join Manchester United in January. The Portugal international is touched by the fact that Red Devils fans are desperate for him to return to Old Trafford but he says that he is happy at the Santiago Bernabeu Cristiano Ronaldo has described Manchester United as his "family" but insisted that he has no intention of leaving Real Madrid. Louis Van Gaal is keen to recruit the Portugal international, who spent six seasons at Old Trafford before joining Los Blancos for a world-record fee in 2009. Madrid have told Ronaldo that they have no intention of allowing him to leave the Santiago Bernabeu next summer and the forward is also reluctant to depart before breaking the club's all-time goalscoring record. Red Devils fans are nonetheless desperate for Ronaldo to return as soon as possible and even went to the trouble of flying a banner over El Madrigal during Madrid's Liga clash with Vill ...
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has said he wouldn't swap his squad for any other in Europe as Los Blancos prepare to begin their defence of the Champions League against Basel on Tuesday.Madrid have suffered a horror start to the new season as they already trail Barcelona by six points in La Liga having lost at Real Sociedad and at home to La Liga champions Atletico - Read more:
Real Madrid need a new boss Carlo Antelotti has shown an inamateurish since his arrival at Los Blancos. He must leave Sentiago Bernabeu now
Real Madrid have little over two minutes of normal time to turn this one around. Defeat here would be disastrous for Los Blancos there is no question about that. However, there is still time...
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti said "something has to change" after Los Blancos lost 4-2 to rivals Real Sociedad
Photo: *** I’ve always been on the fence with Real Madrid, but what a bonehead move. Not Los Blancos but...
Javier Hernandez handed the No.14 jersey at Real Madrid after agreeing a season-long loan deal with Los Blancos:
unlimited calling, voip, phone service
Manchester United striker Chicharito set for Real Madrid loan The Mexico international striker has failed to impress new manager Louis Van Gaal and will look to prove himself at the Santiago Bernabeu, with only personal terms left to confirm Aug 31, 2014 20:11:00 By Alberto Pinero Real Madridare on the verge of completing a season-long loan deal for Manchester Unitedstriker Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez,Goalunderstands. Los Blancos had considered moving for both Radamel Falcao of Monaco and Manchester City’s Alvaro Negredo but have decided that the Mexican - who has been told that he is free to leave Old Trafford- represents the best option.
Full time at the Anoeta. Real Sociedad stage a wonderful comeback against Real Madrid to win 4-2 after going two goals down within the first 11 minutes. Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale got Los Blancos off to the perfect start but the hosts rallied before the break and levelled through Inigo Martinez and David Zurutuza. The Second Half was a relatively even affair but Zururuza again and Carlos Vela both netted to make it 4-2. Carlo Ancelotti has plenty of issues to sort out as Real Madrid prepare for life without Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso. Cristiano Ronaldo also gravely missed! I'm Ogundele Patrick, thanks for joining us, see you next time!
Manchester United have made a breakthrough in their pursuit of Angel Di Maria with the Real Madrid star having decided he wants to join Louis Van Gaal's side, Goal understands. United are ready to pay in excess of £45 million to get their man and Goal understands the club will offer him a pay packet that eclipses Wayne Rooney's £300k-a-week deal, including signing on fee and additional bonuses. Goal revealed back in July that an agreement between the Premier League club and Real Madrid was close and now Di Maria's desire to link up with Van Gaal should push the deal over the line. The former Benfica star's Madrid career is all but over, with boss Carlo Ancelotti revealing on Thursday that Di Maria had asked to leave the club having rejected a New Deal to prolong his stay at the Bernabeu. The summer arrivals of James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos have nudged Di Maria down the Los Blancos pecking order, with the Argentine being left of the squad for the Supercopa de Espana defeat to Atletico Madrid on Friday.
MY FUTURE... Now having enjoyed an amazing 6 months loan move from Man United to the Los Blancos giant last season, helping them to win the CL and the Spanish Cup. The 16-year-old fan(Abeg o, na my futbol fan age) who is poised to return to Old Trafford as demand wants to remain with the European Champions. A close source www.nobetrue.com claim that the sensational fan who was cup-tied in La Liga is unimpressed with his parent club due to lack of transfer activities and he's set to snub a return home. With F. Guarin, A. Song, S. Khedira available very cheap in the market, and Di Maria wanting out at Real Madrid... If no further signings are made I may stay another 6 months loan with the European Super Cup winners...
Real Madrid coach, Carlo Ancelotti, has confirmed that Angel Di Maria has requested a transfer this summer. The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to Manchester United and it seems he wants to find a new club before the end of the Transfer Window. “Di María has asked to leave this summer. The player has rejected a contract renewal,” Ancelotti confirmed in his pre-match conference for the return leg of the Spanish Supercopa. “Di Maria is a Real Madrid player until he finds a solution.” The Italian confirmed that Di Maria could be in the squad for the return leg against Atletico Madrid and says he doesn’t care what his counterpart Diego Simeone thinks about the Argentine. Ancelotti also confirmed that Sami Khedira rejected to sign a new contract, but the German midfielder didn't request a transfer. The Arsenal, Chelsea and Bayern target has one more year on his contract before he could leave the Los Blancos for free next year. “Khedira has rejected the contract renewal, but has not asked t ...
Cristiano Ronaldo INJURY: Updates on Real Madrid Star's Status and Return. Real Madrid's latest assault on fresh silverware has taken a dent with news that Cristiano Ronaldo may once again be sidelined by the injury problems that have haunted him in recent months. Javier Garcia of Los Blancos' official website reported that Carlo Ancelotti has played down the latest injury to CR7 after Madrid's 1-1 Spanish Super Cup draw with neighbours Atletico, and that the club will monitor the player in the coming days: “He felt something and was uncomfortable. We’ll evaluate it tomorrow, he’ll undergo all the checks and we’ll see what it is. It doesn’t seem to be anything serious,” Ancelotti said. Bleacher Report's Ryan Bailey, Will Carroll and Guillem Ballague discussed the long-term impact on Ronaldo's body after the news broke of his most recent problem, and discussed how he will need to be micro-managed to prolong his career in the game:
The Sun have splashed their back page on Tuesday claiming that Angel Di Maria is free to leave Real Madrid to join Manchester United. United, who lost their opening Premier League fixture at home going down 2-1 to Swansea, are widely thought to be in need of fresh recruits before the Transfer Window slams shut at the end of the month, and throughout the summer the Argentine attacking midfielder has been said to be on the radar at Old Trafford. In the latest report from The Sun, “Angel can fly to United”. The Sun take their lead from Carlo Ancelotti’s press conference on Monday, in which the Los Blancos boss said: I’m not entering into the issue about Di Maria, because I’ll lose focus on the game [against Atletico Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup]. I do not know what he has decided, I just know that he is ready to play, and until August 31 he will be here in principle. If from there he stays or is no longer here,
According to the Daily Mail, Manchester United are upping the ante in their attempts to bring in Angel Di María. The war-chest for the proposed move comes to £100 million (125 million euros) if you combine the fee to be paid to Real Madrid with the astronomical wages the player would receive. The 'Red Devils' are prepared to pay the Real Madrid player some £200,000 a week over a period of five years. This is the deal that they hope will persuade the player to join. There would also be the not insignificant fee of £50 million that the English club would pay 'Los Blancos' for the services of the Argentine. Van Gaal is doing everything he possibly can to get world-class players to join United, especially after last Saturday's league opener, which saw the Manchester side lose at home to Swansea. As well as attempting to sign Di María, the British paper lists Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo as United targets.
My two favorite teams in the world will play tomorrow: Real Madrid vs Fiorentina. An honor for my small team to play Los Blancos.
Lopez returned to the club in 2013 as a request from Jose Mourinho. He started 62 games for Los Blancos in all competitions. After all the turmoil generated by earning a starting position, Diego Lopez left Real Madrid in favor of fellow Spaniard Iker Casillas and Costa Rican Keylor Navas. The goalkeeper from Lugo expressed his gratitude to the club, even though he was negotiated to AC Milan days ago. "Thanks to two great managers (José Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti) and their respective coaching teams for their confidence, for everything I have learnt from them; for giving me the chance to compete, which is the essence of sport," he stated in a letter published on Real Madrid’s website. "Thanks to all my teammates, the physios, doctors, groundsmen and all club employees. It has been a privilege to have shared such moments of great happiness with you; thanks for always treating me with such warmth. I wish all of you the best” he continued. "And of course, my sincere thanks to Madrid's fans, this enormo ...
Diego Lopez has no hard feelings towards Real Madrid. Excerpts of his letter to Los Blancos:
One down, five to go. Real Madrid kicked off their season in spectacular style after winning the Uefa Super Cup in Cardiff on Tuesday - the first of six competitions lying ahead for Los Blancos in 2014-15. It was the perfect start, but much more will now be expected. "We have started the season in the best possible way," match-winner Cristiano Ronaldo said after scoring the two goals that gave Madrid their 2-0 win over Sevilla. And he added: "It's a special moment. I hadn't won this cup, but now I have it on my CV." Roundly ridiculed by Barcelona fans for winning just three titles in his first four seasons at Madrid, Ronaldo has duly doubled that tally since the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti as coach last summer and now the goal will be to add many more to his growing collection as Real prepare for five more competitions this term: the Spanish Supercopa, La Liga, the Club World Cup, the Copa Del Rey and the Champions League. "Football and competition are in my blood," the Portuguese toldGoalafter winning the ...
Real Madrid star, Gareth Bale, wants to win all six trophies with the Los Blancos this season and says he is in better shape than last year.
Central defender Raphael Varane has been unhappy with his playing time and wages at Real Madrid, and a move to Chelsea could be in his future. Reuters As manager Jose Mourinho said earlier this week, possessing two of the best goalkeepers in the world in Petr Cech and Thibaut Courtois is a good problem for Chelsea to have heading into the new Premier League term. The Great One meant it more from a competition standpoint, with the Czech and 10-year Stamford Bridge netminder and budding Belgian 22-year-old pushing each other to greater heights. But now Mourinho’s phrasing has taken on new meaning, with the Blues leveraging the position battle into a possible deal for a young, top-flight defender. Mourinho has been enamored with Real Madrid central defender Raphael Varane well before he brought the French international to the Bernabeu in 2011, and now he could facilitate a move to London with Los Blancos keen on acquiring the 32-year-old Cech for their coming La Liga and Champions League runs, The Express ...
Real Madrid lead Liverpool in race to sign Falcao Liverpool made an approach for Monaco forward Radamel Falcao earlier this week, according to a report, but were told Real Madrid were on the verge of a deal. The Guardian believes that Brendan Rodgers’ side inquired about the possibility of signing the Colombia international, as they look to replace Luis Suarez this summer. However, the paper says that representatives from the French outfit told their Premier League counterparts that Los Blancos were close to signing the goalscorer. It seems now that Falcao’s proposed switch to Santiago Bernabeu will only be a matter of time, despite Carlo Ancelotti’s side signing James Rodriguez and renewing Karim Benzema’s contract.
Save up to 45% 0ff MSRP On Streetbike Tires
Ronaldo will be ready within a week - Ancelotti The Italian says the Portugal star, along with James Rodriguez, Toni Kroos and Angel Di Maria, will be in contention to start the Uefa Super Cup on August 14 Carlo Ancelotti says Cristiano Ronaldo will be ready for a full return to action for Real Madrid after another week of training. Los Blancos crashed out of the Guinness International Champions Cup on Saturday following a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester United, and have scored just twice in three matches in the absence of Ronaldo and a host of stars given extended leave following their World Cup exploits. The Portuguese superstar did make a surprise appearance as a substitute late in the Second Half, however, and Ancelotti believes another week training with the rest of the squad could see him back to peak fitness. "The team is not accustomed to playing without Cristiano Ronaldo, but it is normal that we are going through this," he told reporters after the match. "We can't be ready in the position ...
Real Madrid’s stellar signing, James Rodriguez, has revealed he always dreamed of playing for the Los Blancos and says that club legend Zinedine Zidane was his idol.
All set for James Rodríguez unveiling The Colombian sensation has already passed his medical 07/22/2014 PrintSend James Rodríguez is set to sign on the dotted line at Real Madrid this evening or on Wednesday morning at the latest. The Colombian, who will cost €80 million (including add-ons), has already arrived in the Spanish capital and will pen a six-year deal at the Bernabéu. The attacking midfielder was also in Madrid briefly on Monday, on his way to Portugal, where he went to iron out the last kinks in his transfer with his agent Jorge Mendes. However, the World Cup top scorer, who is still on holiday after his exploits in Brazil, was confident that his move to 'Los Blancos' was imminent. He has already passed a medical and is simply waiting for Monaco and Real to rubber-stamp the deal, which should happen shortly, before being introduced to his new adoring fans. James will be the second world-class player to join the 'Merengues' this summer, hot on the heels of Toni Kroos, who was unveiled at t ...
James left pre-season in Columbia,where is his team Monaco,and told them he won't wear Monaco shirt as he want Real Madrid move. James move to 'Los Blancos' is deal done. Presentation will be tomorrow or in Tuesday. WELCOME JAMES 10 !
Real Madrid is the most valuable sports team in the world, according to the latest annual Forbes list. Los Blancos, who won the Champions League and Copa Del Rey last season, are worth an estimated $3.44 billion (2.5 billion euros), according to Forbes. The value is calculated on equity, debt, and stadium deals. The top three slots in the list were all football clubs, with La Liga rivals Barcelona second at $3.2 billion, and Premier League side Manchester United third, worth $2.81 billion. Of the 50 sports teams to feature in the list, 30 are American Football teams. The Oakland Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars are the only two NFL franchises that do not make the list by Forbes. As well as Real Madrid an Barcelona, there are six other football teams listed in the top 50 most valuable sports teams in the world. Joining Manchester United from the Premier League are Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City. German side Bayern Munich and Italy’s AC Milan also feature. Forbes estimated Los Blancos made $78 milli ...
Real Madrid have completed the signing of the Manchester United target Bayern Munich star Toni Kroos. The World Cup winner, who starred for his country during their triumph in Brazil, has agreed a six-year deal with the European Champions. The 24-year-old, who has won the Bundesliga in each of the last two seasons, had been one of Manchester United's principal transfer targets this summer. However, United were unable to agree terms with both the player and Bayern over a deal. And that allowed Los Blancos to swoop for the midfielder, who had just one year left on his contract at the Allianz Arena, and who will be presented as a Real Madrid player later today at the Santiago Bernabeu. Kroos, who has 51 international caps to his name, leaves Bayern after an eight year association with Germany's biggest club, during which time he made 185 appearances for the club.
Sami Khedira to Arsenal: Real Madrid signing of Toni Kroos 'paves the way' for German's exit A A A Arrival of Bayern Munich midfielder signal Khedira move to Arsenal - reports Sami Khedira 34 By TOM SHEEN Tuesday 15 July 2014 The impending arrival of Toni Kroos at Real Madrid will 'pave the way' for Sami Khedira to leave the club, according to reports in Spain. Marca say that although Los Blancos are 'in no rush' to sell players this summer, Kroos' arrival from Bayern Munich appears to signal the end of Khedira’s time in the Spanish capital. The paper does not mention Arsenal specifically, but Arsene Wenger has reportedly won the race ahead of London rivals Chelsea for the 27-year-old midfield star. Kroos has verbally agreed a deal with Carlo Ancelotti's side and will complete his medical and officially sign for the club this week. Khedira is believed to have agreed to a four-year, £150,000-per-week deal with the Gunners, although nothing is official. Arsenal are thought to be paying around €29m ( . ...
Real Madrid prepping Raheem Sterling bid as Ronaldo injury concerns grow: Los Blancos are tracking the progress...
Real Madrid and Luis Suárez had an agreement in which the Uruguayan striker would join los blancos this summer,...
Five years ago the sporting world was shocked by Real Madrid's decision to pay €96 million to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Five years on, 246 games, 253 goals later, with a Spanish league, two Copas del Rey and a Champions League trophy added to the Bernabéu trophy cabinets, there is little room left for doubt that it was the transfer of the century. Ronaldo came in to be the cornerstone for a team that was being rebuilt from the ground up in the summer of 2009. Fans packed out the Bernabéu just to see him wearing the Real Madrid kit for the first time. And they would surely turn out in force again if the 'Los Blancos' club were to stage a repeat of that presentation. He has become a legend at the Santiago Bernabéu in just five short years, his impressive list of achievements more fitting to a lifetime in the club. He is already the fourth highest scorer in Real Madrid history, with the glittering podium ahead of him - Santillana, Di Stéfano and Raúl - seemingly doomed to fall one after another to the P ...
Johan Cruyff has claimed Real Madrid have been lucky in their Champions League victory, after having scored the equaliser against Atletico Madrid in the 93rd minute of the final. “Real Madrid can’t complain of the luck they’ve had. As we the Dutch say, you can’t trust the Germans in the last five minutes because they always score. It’s the same here. The match is not over until the referee whistles,” Cruyff said in an interview with Spanish radio station COPE. The former Barcelona manager refuesed to recognise that Los Blancos have been the best team in Europe this season. “In one football game you can’t say that a team is the best in Europe. I saw Bayern Munich winning and being successful, but they relaxed after winning the Bundesliga. Real had a strong team and played at 200% against them. We can say the same about the end of La Liga with Real, Barcelona and Atletico,” he pointed out. Cruyff also spoke about the World Cup that will kick off in two weeks: “Spain have all their men pl ...
Manchester United bids £25m for Angel Di Maria. Di Maria Manchester United are ready to make a 25m bid for Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria, who is near the top of Louis Van Gaals summer transfer wish-list. The Argentina international, who produced a Man of the Match performance in last Saturdays Champions League final victory over Atletico Madrid, has admitted that he could leave the Bernabeu. This is according to the Metro, who cite sources in Spain as claiming United are prepared to offer the recently-crowned European Champions the full 25m fee upfront. Di Maria has enjoyed a fantastic season with Los Blancos, adjusting well to a new central role under Carlo Ancelotti, but acknowledges there are several interested clubs who are capable of matching the Spanish giants financial package regarding a contract I am not going to lie, I know that there are clubs that want to sign me and can match Real Madrids demands, the South American told reporters. I am happy at Madrid. I had a great season and always ha ...
Breaking news on request - Arsenal Transfer News - Latest on Morata: Alvaro Morata Talks Hit Snag - Arsene Wenger has reopened his pursuit of Alvaro Morata, but the deal may have hit a hitch after Real Madrid indicated their wish to insert a buyback clause into the 21-year-old's contract if he moves away from the Spanish capital. Real are understood to be willing to negotiate on Morata, but the Spaniards ideally want a buy-back agreement on the highly-rated Spaniard. It is understood Real want the option of taking Morata back to the Bernabeu in the first two years of his contract at another club. Such an agreement is unlikely to excite Wenger and Arsenal fans too much. Morata's development across the next couple of years is vital, and if the Gunners give him an opportunity to shine, it would be highly irritating to lose the forward when he is suddenly deemed worthy of a regular place in the Los Blancos side. Real exercised this option when recently re-buying Dani Carvajal from Bayer Leverkusen, a player w ...
Lessons from the 2014 UCL Final (1) Real Madrid set Lisbon on fire as they made a dramatic comeback to defeat city rivals Atlético Madrid in the Uefa Champions League final on Saturday. Uruguayan defender Diego Godín gave Atlético a first-half lead in the 36th minute when he looped the ball over goalkeeper Iker Casillas, who had left his goal line in order to make a clearance. Real pressed hard for an equaliser, only to be denied by the newly crowned La Liga champions. Diego Simeone's men held up under intense pressure from Los Blancos and were 90 seconds away from lifting the trophy. Then the unexpected happened. Sergio Ramos headed a Luka Modric corner past Thaibut Courtois in injury time and forced the game into extra time. Then Gareth Bale put Real in the lead in 110th minute. Marcelo added the third in 118th minute before Ronaldo sealed the win from the spot in the last minute of a pulsating final. Real had clinched their 10th Champions League cup, a feat known as Real Madrid 4-1 Atlético Madrid ...
5. Fábio Coentrão: Benfica to Real Madrid, £27m, 2011 While Los Blancos are usually well represented in any list of expensive players, the new European Champions have only Fabio Coentrao to their name here, and it is certainly not one of their better big name signings. Read more: Real Madrid 4-1 Atletico Madrid – Los Blancos leave it late to secure La Decima Signed by Jose Mourinho back in 2011, the then 23-year-old was considered to be one of the most promising defenders in the game. The Portuguese has not hit the heights expected of him however, and has long been linked with a move away, with Manchester United expressing an on-off interest in taking him to Old Trafford. 4. Marquinhos: Roma to PSG, £27m, 2013 PSG’s obsession with collecting the best Brazilian defenders did not begin with the former Roma man, but their intensions were clearly outlined by the huge outlay for such a young, inexperienced operator, who had just completed his first season in Europe. Signed in the same month as £55m st ...
 border=
REAL BREAK BARCA TIE FOR EUROPEAN BRAGGING RIGHT After capturing 'La Décima', Real Madrid now have 13 major European trophies under their belt, making them the second most successful team on the continent outright, ahead of Barcelona, with whom they had been tied. Only AC Milan have tasted more continental glory, but 'Los Blancos' can draw level with them by beating Sevilla in the Uefa Super Cup on 12th August. Real's roll call of honours includes ten European Cups (1956-60, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2014), two UEFA Cups (1985 and 1986) and a Uefa Super Cup (2002). Barcelona, meanwhile, have won four Champions Leagues (1992, 2006, 2009 and 2011), four European Cup Winners' Cups (1979, 1982, 1989 and 1997) and four Super Cups (1992, 1997, 2009 and 2011). 'Los Blancos' have always led the way for European triumphs in Spain. However, Barcelona had caught up over the last decade thanks to the trophies clinched by Frank Rijkaard's team and the golden period under Pep Guardiola, who led the Catalan club to no ...
Real Madrid and their fans were still in a partying mood one day after winning their 10th European Cup title. Los Blancos returned from Lisbon to the Spanish capital and proceeded to celebrate their title at their home stadium. more visual news updates, don't forget to follow us on Instagram: cctvenglish
Celebrate with Los Blancos on their 10th Champions League Title! Everything Real Madrid is 25% off, including...
Real Madrid win 10th European Cup after beating Atletico Madrid 4-1 On their 200th appearance in the Champions League, Real Madrid finally secured their 10th European crown thanks to a spirited extra-time display which saw them beat Atletico Madrid 4-1. Having led early in the first half, Atletico Madrid were pegged back in Second Half stoppage time by a Sergio Ramos header. And a final 10-minute blitz by Real meant that they secured their 10th European crown (La Decima) in typical attacking fashion. A tight, tense, tactical game was decided by 10 minutes of absolute magic by Bale, Ronaldo and Di Maria. In the end, the score line flattered Real Madrid who knew that they were in a fight from the very first minute, as Bale was fouled within seconds from the kick off. From then on, it was all about Real Madrid dominating possession and trying to break down a dogged Atletico defence. Although the half ended well for Atletico, it didn’t go according to plan at the start as Diego Costa came off within nine mi ...
There is only one Madrid in Madrid and that's Real Madrid aka Los Blancos..
On the first ever UCL final where both teams are from the same city, you always new what was going to happen... the BIGGEST, the RICHEST and unarguably the MOST SUCCESSFUL football team not only in Madrid, but in Europe won the title for the 10th time. Just so you understand fully, Real Madrid has appeared in 12 finals, 21 semi finals, with the most consecutive participations, from 1955 until 1970 and the team who has won the most consecutive titles, 5 in a row in 1955 onto 1960, also meaning it was the team to win the first ever UCL and the team to dominate the first era. You simply do not mess with "Los Blancos". Did you take note Atletico de Madrid? I hope so, its always sad to see your younger brother cry. However after all, you are the "Colchoneros" of Madrid, so why don't you excuse yourself and cry yourself to sleep.
As Carlo Ancelotti tried to put into words how Real Madrid had won La Decima, he was interrupted by the Los Blancos players
Real Madrid are Kings of Europe once again, with Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo helping Los Blancos to come from behind against a desperately unlucky Atletico Madrid, and achieve their tenth Champions League triumph, La Decima, in a fully packed Estádio da Luz. Atletico Madrid, who had already pi…
We are Europes reigning team once again! La Decima ! We are the el galacticos,we are los blancos, we are Real Madrid
I won't pretend to be thrilled with Real Madrid's 10th UCL triumph, but I will grudgingly congratulate Los Blancos for their great achievement. Carlo Ancelloti has once again proven his mettle as one of the best coaches in the world. Cristiano Ronaldo has also had a fantastic tournament. I doff my hat to them and the entire Madrid team. They have been worthy ambassadors of La Liga. To all true Madritistas, I say congratulations. To the numerous band wagoners who claim to support Real Madrid, I say you can only revel in La Decima for a while.
We are champions of Europe! We are Real Madrid. This is Los Blancos! This is Los Merengues. Thank you Lord.
Madrid €521m v Atletico €79m - the huge wealth gap between the Champions League finalists Los Blancos have spent over six times more than their city rivals on their current squad, but the two teams will do battle on Saturday for European football's ultimate prize May 24, 2014 9:00:00 AM ANALYSIS By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer The teams could hardly be more different. This year's Champions League finalists are both from the same city, but that's where the similarities end. In terms of their fans, history, style, tradition and values, Real Madrid and Atletico are worlds apart. Yet the biggest contrast between the two sides is financial. Madrid traditionally spend big and have lavished speactacular sums on big-name signings in recent seasons, especially since the return of Florentino Perez as president in 2009. By comparison, Atleti's approach has been much more austere. In total, the combined cost of Madrid's squad stands at €521.9 million and that includes the world's two most expensive foo ...
Tonight is the night, I'm with Real Madrid n waiting to see Barcelona fan's faces just for CR7 a player that I consider as a complete PLAYER *Los Blancos*
Five key head-to-heads in all-Madrid final - For the first time in the history of the Uefa Champions League, two teams from the same city, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, will fight it out for the biggest prize in European club football. With their nine trophies, Los Blancos tower over the history of the competition, while the indefatigable Colchoneros, who have made workrate and commitment their watchwords, are appearing in only their second final. FIFA.com sets the scene for the grand final in Lisbon, which pits the best attack in this season’s tournament against the most miserly defence, and picks out five head-to-heads that could well determine which half of Madrid will be celebrating late into Saturday night. Carlo Ancelotti v Diego Simeone Brilliant midfielders in their day, Ancelotti and Simeone have gone on to become shrewd tacticians and skilled man-managers, both relying on the counterattack as their main weapon on the field of play. By far the more experienced coach of the two, the Italian h ...
Last weekend I liked it for the pirates. This weekend I like it for the Real Madrid. Los Blancos CR7
Miche s Cyber Weekend Event - Savings up to 75%
In 2002 Real Madrid won the last Champions League title with a spectacular volley from Zinedine Zidane in the finals against Bayer Leverkusen. Today Zizzou is in the bench as an assistant coach,with Iker Cassilas in between the posts as the heroes of 2002.In short it was a very long time ago and since then alot of water has passed under the bridge. So many games, so much drama ,so many memories. .And throughout that period; the one thing that Los Blancos fans have wished for more than anything else hasn't happened; their team's 10th European trophy. Europe is the yardstick which madrid measures success.Madrid started the season with the objective of winning 'La Decima' and thats what special today.But is it an obsession or a dream?.Theres a thin line between obsession and a dream.will Real Madrid realise their dream tonight? ?Will they justify the spending of £560m for the last 12 year's chasing the dream? ?
Uefa Champions League: CLASH OF THE TITANS IN LISBON AS TWO MADRID TEAMS CLASH IN FINAL! Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Yes! This is the day we've all been waiting for. The attention of the entire footballing world will be firmly focused on one place tonight - The Estadio da Luz in Portugal where Real Madrid will be going into the Mother of all battles with city rivals Atletico Madrid to determine who rule Europe. The Atleti will be riding a on wave of momentum, having just clinched their first La Liga title since 1996 in grand style, right inside the packed Camp Nou in front of over 95,000 vociferous crowd, but they'll be taking on a team obsessed with winning the Champions League for the first time since 2002. Los Blancos hold the edge in the season series, beating the Atleti twice and losing just once before their final meeting ended in a tie, back in March. Cristiano Ronaldo who has been troubled with a hamstring for a couple of weeks is said to be fit for this clash. But Pepe and Karim Benzema are in ...
Uefa Champions League FINAL: Real Madrid: How Will They Line Up in Champions League Final Against Atletico? It may have been 40 years since Atletico Madrid last showed their face in a Champions League final—when it was still known as the European Cup—but the 12 years Real Madrid have been forced to wait since their last appearance at this stage feels like a lifetime given their cravings to lift the trophy for the 10th time. At last, on Saturday evening in Lisbon, Los Blancos now have the chance to win La Decima, and it will be all the more sweeter if they can do it against their city rivals. According to Spanish publication AS, "15,000 cars and 600 buses (around 90,000 people)" split between the two clubs will make the trip from Madrid to Portugal Before Carlo Ancelotti even assesses the fitness of his patched-up squad, he already knows he will be without Xabi Alonso. The Spanish international midfielder was booked in the semifinal second leg against Bayern Munich and will miss the match suspended. Ma ...
Rivals clash in Uefa CL final! Who do you wanna support tomorow as Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid clash in Lisbon? Carlo Ancelotti who is desperate to win the 10th La Decima title for the Los Blancos will have to face the man of the moment Diego Simeone who is also looking forward to a double season as Atletico Madrid coach. Also, CR7 who is returning home to play the final in his country aiming to win his second Uefa CL title right in front of his fans and his soil to boost his Ballon D'or hope. While, majority awaits the drama in Lisbon. Who is your favourite and why? Lets go! Real MadriD vs Atletico Madrid!
Two fierce city rivals contesting a major prize is the perfect way for the 2014 Uefa Champions League campaign to end. Atletico Madrid's hostilities with Real Madrid have been renewed with full intensity in recent seasons, thanks to the former's ascendancy into a trophy-winning force. Manager Diego Simeone has crafted a team that captured this season's La Liga title. That came one year after besting Real in the Copa Del Rey final, as well as winning the UEFA Europa League in 2012. But now Simeone's boys are vying for the title Los Blancos covet most. Real president Florentino Perez craves Les Decima, a 10th European Cup. It is a "fixation," according to James Riach of The Observer, via The Guardian. With such a prestigious prize at stake, combined with local animosity, a classic is brewing in Lisbon. When: Saturday, May 24 Time: 20:45 CET, 7:45 p.m. BST Venue: Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica Information via UEFA.com. How each team booked their place in the final Both Madrid teams played spoiler in memor ...
Real Madrid closed out their league campaign with a win. Los Blancos were given injury concerns by Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.
Los Blancos want Luis Suarez… Read more Liverpool transfer news. Real Madrid are readying a mammoth €70m bid for Liverpool’s Uruguayan sensation Luis Suarez, reports Spanish publication El Confidencial. The striker came inches from firing the Reds to Premier League title glory,...
TWO FINALS FOR THREE EXHAUSTED TEAMS Spanish football is getting ready to witness two spectacular finals, with it still being anybody's guess who will claim the Spanish league and the Champions League. Two trophies are up for grabs between three teams that are physically pushing themselves to the limit. After 37 matchdays, the winners of the Spanish league will be decided with a battle to the death between Barcelona and Atlético. If either side wins they'll lift the trophy, while a draw would suffice for the side from Madrid. And just one week later will be the climax of the Champions League when Real Madrid and Atlético come together in a game with huge historical importance: 'Los Blancos' are looking for their first European title in 12 years and the 'Rojiblancos' are aiming to be crowned Champions League victors for the first time ever. This last week has seen various events that have been difficult to explain. All three teams that could mathematically still win the title failed to win their respecti ...
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti praised his entire team’s performance on a record-breaking night for Cristiano Ronaldo as Los Blancos cruised into the Champions League final. Ronaldo scored twice as Real dismantled defending champions Bayern Munich 4-0 at the Allianz Arena to take his Champions Lea…
Los Blancos,The all whites,The club from Santiago Bernabeu!!!All hail Real Madrid,with the BBC(Benzema,Bale,Cristiano)we shall conquer Europe. Bayern massacred! Whose next?
…-Against Spanish clubs, Bayern have only lost once at home, with that solitary defeat occurring at the hands of Deportivo La Coruna. Real Madrid have lost in the semi-finals in the last three competitions, but the travelling supports will be a little more optimistic this time around. Los Blancos matched Bayern every step of the way at the Bernabeu, amping up the pressure on Pep Guardiola to prove that his style of football can be incisive as well as aesthetically pleasing. …-Real Madrid substitutes: Diego Lopez, Varane, Marcelo, Casemiro, Morata, Isco, Illarramendi. …-Real Madrid starting line-up: Casillas; Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Coentrao; Modric, Alonso, Di Maria; Bale, Benzema, Cristiano. …-Bayern substitutes: Van Buyten, Javi Martinez, Rafinha, Pizarro, Gotze, Raeder, Hojbjerg. …-Bayern starting line-up: Neuer; Lahm, Boateng, Dante, Alaba; Scheweinsteiger, Kroos; Robben, Muller, Ribery; Mandzukic. …-TEAM NEWS: One change from the first leg for Carlo Ancelotti's men, as Gareth Bale c ...
Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane has reportedly phoned Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba in order to convince the Frenchman to join Los Blancos in...
Los Blancos want to make another big-money capture.  La Liga giants Real Madrid are planning on making a move for either Liverpool striker Luis Suarez or Manchester City front man Sergio Aguero to ...
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben admitted they expected more from Real Madrid after their 1-0 loss to Los Blancos at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Should they see past Bayern Munich over two legs, Real Madrid have the chance to reach the Champions League final, in what could be their first European triumph in 12 years. The 2002 Champions League final win against Bayer Leverkusen remains the last European crown Los Blancos have won, but they ha…
Real Madrid coach, Carlo Ancelotti, says the Los Blancos are ready to fight for their first trophy this year and other players will step up in case Cristiano Ronaldo would miss the Copa Del Rey final.
Today, on Signal Iduna Park Stadium at 20:45 will be a rematch in the Champions League Quarter Final between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. Galacticos defeated in the last match BVB 3:0 by playing a great game. BVB have to score in this match at least 4 goals that is not realistic looking at the wonderful form of Los Blancos. In that year Galacticos could have made up for the loss goals, anything is possible in this beautiful sport. We'll keep our fingers crossed for our beloved team. Probable line-ups: Real Madrid: Iker Casillas; Dani Carvajal, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Fábio Coentrão; Xabi Alonso, Luka Modrić, Asier Illarramendi/Ángel Di María; Isco/Ángel Di María, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale. Borussia Dortmund: Roman Weidenfeller; Łukasz Piszczek, Sokratis Papastatopulos, Mats Hummels, Kevin Großkreutz/Erik Durm; Miloš Jojić, Nuri Şahin; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang/Kevin Großkreutz, Henrich Mychitarian, Marco Reus; Robert Lewandowski. Hala Madrid!
Real Madrid 'target Hazard and Oscar' Real Madrid will attempt to trump Paris Saint-Germain to the double signing of Eden Hazard and Oscar, according to reports. The Chelsea duo have both been heavily linked with a switch to the French capital in recent months after impressing for Jose Mourinho’s side. However, AS claim that Los Blancos are also now keeping tabs on the attacking pair with potential bids coming in the summer. The move would look unlikely though, unless Carlo Ancelotti has an attacking clear-out during the off-season.
France Football report that Zinedine Zidane is simply biding his time, as assistant to Carlo Ancelotti and an adviser to the Real Madrid board, before he takes over as coach of Los Blancos in 2016. Carlo Ancelotti’s current deal runs until the end of 2015/2016 and from then Zinedine Zidane will take over in charge of Real Madrid. The 41-year-old is quoted by France Football as saying: “My vocation is to coach. I will be an ambitious coach, regarding how we set up and also in challenging for titles. I was bold as a player and this is how I want to be as a coach.” It seems entirely possible that if Zidane takes over Real Madrid in 2016, he could have two of his sons to coach in playmaker Enzo and goalkeeper Luca. Intriguingly, current France coach Didier Deschamps has put forward Zidane as a potential coach of Les Bleus in 2016. Meaning, Zidane could have two dream jobs lined up in two years time.
CHELSEA IN OR OUT? REAL THROUGH? Due to my friend and great coach Keagan Mumba burial yesterday, I was deeply distressed to post on last night's football. However, Jose Mourinho saw Chelsea sunk 3-1 at PSG. End of the Champions League road for the Blues? No such problems for Real Madrid who eased past Borrusia Dortmund 3-0. Second leg a formality for Los Blancos?
Real Madrid join race to sign Shaw: . The Daily Mirror claims Los Blancos will swoop for the 18-year-old ahead of...
Real Madrid will win Laliga,Champions League and Copa Del Rey..Believe me..Los Blancos..
By Ben Hayward | Spanish Football Writer In the space of four days, Real Madrid's title challenge has careered off the rails after defeat at home to Barcelona and now a loss at Sevilla on Wednesday. On Sunday morning, Los Blancos were three points clear at the top. Now they're three off the pace - and they have nobody to blame but themselves. While Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo ranted at the referee after the 4-3 loss to Barca, coach Carlo Ancelotti called for an immediate reaction - and for a while he looked like he'd get it. But Karim Benzema was wasteful in front of goal early on and when Madrid did go in front
Frustrated Christiano Ronaldo let rip at Gareth Bale as Real Madrid slumped to their second defeat in four days. On a massive night for the Spanish title race, Barcelona picked up another crucial three points after seeing off Los Blancos in the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday evening. Worse still for Carlo Ancelotti's side, cross-city rivals Atletico Madrid beat Granada to strengthen their hold at the top of La Liga.
Cristiano Ronaldo tops Messi, succeeds Beckham as world’s richest footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has often been taunted by anti-supporters for coming second only to Lionel Messi during the past four or five years. However, this trend is starting to change. In January, the Portuguese superstar dethroned four-time FIFA Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi. This huge achievement was preceded with triumphs in other prestigious accolades such as the World Soccer Player of the Year and FourFourTwo Player of the Year awards. In the Uefa Champions League and La Liga this season, the Real Madrid number 7 icon has scored more goals than anyone else as Los Blancos are on fire. On Monday, popular football website Goal.com released their Rich List – with net worth information compiled by experts – and declared Cristiano Ronaldo as world football’s richest active player. Retired footballer David Beckham was the 2013 Goal Rich List winner. Interestingly, Gareth Bale, Mesut Özil, Franck Ribery and a host of other sta ...
Arsenal must pay £25m to sign Alvaro Morata this summer. Arsenal have been told they must pay £25 million to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata this summer, according to reports in Spain. 21-year-old Morata, who joined Los Blancos from local rivals Getafe in 2008, is one of European football's brightest young talents but is evidently struggling to find a consistent role in the club's extremely impressive attacking set-up. With the divisive figure of Karim Benzema appearing to thrive alongside the considerable threats of Cristiano Ronaldo and summer signing Gareth Bale, Morata - who boasts an extraordinarily good goalscoring record for Spain's U21 team - has been limited to just 13 appearances in La Liga so far this season. Such a lack of regular action has seen Morata linked with a move away from Real Madrid, with reports earlier this week suggesting that Arsenal were looking to resurrect a January move for the player and that they had already sounded out his representatives. Just whether Arsenal wi ...
Barça suffer shock defeat at Valladolid (AFP) Saturday 8 March 2014 Share Barcelona slumped to their third defeat in seven league games as they lost away to relegation-threatened Valladolid 1-0. Italian Fausto Rossi scored the only goal of the game as he slammed home from close range after 17 minutes. Valladolid goalkeeper Diego Marino was forced into four saves by Lionel Messi, but it was Neymar who had the best chance to level when he ballooned over just before the hour mark. However, the Catalans couldn't find a way through and could fall four points behind La Liga leaders Real Madrid should Los Blancos beat Levante at home on Sunday. Victory for Valladolid also has significant consequences at the other end of the table as La Pucela move out of the relegation zone with just their fifth league win of the campaign. Despite the majority of his squad having been away on international duty in midweek, Barça boss Gerardo Martino named almost his strongest starting line-up with only Jordi Alba and Andres In ...
Jose Mourinho: "Real Madrid players were too busy queuing in front of the mirror" Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has made a bold claim that some of his former players were more concerned with how they looked than winning trophies. The Portuguese coach left Madrid in the summer to return to Stamford Bridge and after three years with 'Los Blancos' he has revealed his disapproval of some of the players' attitudes. Mourinho told Esquire: "Lots of times at Real Madrid, the players would be queuing in front of the mirror before the game while the referee waited for them in the tunnel, "But that's how society is now. Young people care a lot about this: they are twenty something and I am 51 and if I want to work with kids I have to understand their world. "I'm a manager since 2000 so I'm in my second generation of players. "What I feel is that, before, players were trying to make money during their career, be rich at the end of their career but, in this moment, the people who surround them try to make them rich befor ...
Thohir targets raft of Signings The Corriere dello Sport claim this morning that Inter owner Erick Thohir will bring in at least four new players in the summer. Nemanja Vidic is already, virtually, on his way from Manchester United, but the paper insists that the Indonesia tycoon will dip into a considerable transfer kitty to sign other targets. The new President wants a different spine to the Nerazzurri for next season, with the hopes of making a title challenge. Patrice Evra and Bacary Sagna are two defenders said to be of interest to the San Siro side, whilst Real Madrid youngster Casemiro and Barcelona outcast Alex Song are the midfielders being targeted. In the forward positions, Los Blancos man Alvaro Morata and Edin Dzeko of Manchester City are names the Rome-based paper believes Inter will go after.
Boateng: Real Madrid were difficult - The midfielder feels Los Blancos were too much for Schalke on We...
Little Giant Ladders
  Needless to say Real Madrid is top of the table with a 3 point gap over its nearest rivals and 39 points to play for the season is far from over,but things are looking rosy for the Capital outfit After spending most of the first half of the season at least five points adrift of the leaders, it's a position that Carlo Ancelotti will be pleased with. How did they turn things around? A change of formation helped.It was a bit comical to hear some voices trying to write off Madrid back in later October after a 2-1 loss against Barcelona at the Camp Nou. You can certainly sympathize with their reactionary thinking considering that ten games into the season Madridwere seven points back of the leaders and had suffered losses at the hands of both Barca and Atléti. To dismiss a team filled with as much talent as Madrid that early, though, was foolish -- there was still plenty of football left to be played.Claims of - 2nd best club in Madrid were common in the group and across social networking sites after a d ...
Talking of Real Madrid... we're BEST PRICE 4/1 they win the Champions League and we'll give you 15/1 on Los Blancos completing the treble!
No retreat, No surrender.Los Blancos ( Real Madrid) have sent a warning shot.. watch out. BBC, the undisputed trio, Bale, Benzema & Cristiano under the guidance of Soccer Lengends, Ancelotti & Zouzou, attractive football is starting to settle down again in the Spanish Capital, Madrid.. The lost balance have been established... Who next? Atheletico here we come...Hala Madrid...!!!
Real Madrid win over Schalke tells us about the consistency in the Los Blancos team, the high order of passing, clinical finishing and world-class defending. Bale, Benzema and Cristiano, all scored twice to make it 1-6 win in Gelsenkirchen FT: FC Schalke 1-6 Real Madrid (91' Huntelaar | 13', 57' Benzema, 21', 69' Bale, 52', 89' Cristiano)
Real Madrid went to Germany to face off against Fc Schalke 04. In what was a easy win for Los Blancos as CR7,Bale,Benzema all scored twice. Match result was 1-6. Chelsea went to turkey to get 3 pts but ended up with 1pt when Galatasaray scored in the 64th min. Galatasaray may pull off an upset at Stamford Bridge in the 2nd leg, who knows. Which team do you think will progress to the next round?
Schalke’s Klass Jan Huntelaar scored one of the greatest consolation goals ever v Real Madrid [Vines]-- Schalke were destroyed 6-1 at home by Real Madrid in the Champions League, but the goal from the Germans was outstanding. Trailing Los Blancos 6-0 in the final stages of the game, Dutch international striker Klass Jan Huntelaar leathered home a stunning volley from outside the Real box which rippe dpast Iker Casillas into the net. Watch Klass Jan Huntelaar’s wonderful volley below.
What did we learn from Real Madrid's victory over Schalke 04? My thoughts:
Real MadriD KEEPS La Decima HOPES ALIVE, ROASTS SHALCKE 04 1-6 TWO goals each from Christiano Ronaldo,Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale was all Real Madrid needed against Shalcke which however scored consolatory goal through ex-madrid player in their knock-out first leg that ended 1-6 in Germany. Los Blancos desperately hungry for La Decima (the tenth) trophy just managed to end first half with 0-2 no thanks to series of misses by C.Roanldo that assisted Benzema in the opening goal while Bale scored the second. Christiano scored the third to equal Ibahimovic with ten goals in highest goals scorer chat.within three minutes Benzema and Bale scored the fourth and the fifth goal as the Balon D'Or holder,netted the sixth goal to stand out as pichichi leaders.
Real Madrid eased passed Schalke tonight and it looks like this tie is over.Benzema,Bale and Ronaldo scored twice for Los Blancos while a Huntelaar hit one back for Schalke with a stunner of a goal. Looks like Real are into the Last 8 of this years Champions League
23′ - The big decision for Ancelotti this week was to whether he played Bale or Jese tonight. I'd say the Italian has got this one right so far! 22′ - Schalke are quickly fading out of the Champions League here. They need to sort themselves out, and QUICK. 21′ - Goal - Gareth Bale (Real Madrid CF) GOAL FOR Real MadriD! ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC FROM BALE! Benzema flicks the ball into the path of the Welshman, who cuts inside from the right and delightfully shifts the ball back and forth between the challenges of Kolasinac and Felipe Santana before rifling a strike in the bottom corner! Two-nil! 19′ - That was Real Madrid's 105th goal of the season. Quite unbelievable really, they just love finding the back of the net! 18′ - After a rather friendly opening 10 minutes or so the game has suddenly burst into life with a Madrid goal and a sitter for Draxler. The home side need to keep their nerve here, and just aim to get back into the game by clawing a goal back. 16′ - That's a poor challenge from Di M ...
Real Madrid's triumvirate - Ronaldo, Benzema and Bale - have just put Shalka to the sword with a brace each as Los Blancos picked a sumptuous 6-1 away win in UCL's round of 16 1st leg.
Los Blancos forever!! Watching my team kill Schalke O4 .. Schalke O4 1 - 6 Real Madrid (6 away goals) 2 Bale, 2 Karim karim (Benzema) and you know who.. The one and only Ronaldo 2 .. I'm proud to be Los Blancos!!
Best goal iv seen in a long time.. He is Klaas, Jan Hunteelar. And the lost 6-1. Europe, beware of Real Madrid. Im ano ardent Catalunya, but be very wary of Los Blancos.
… - Madrid will be hoping for a much better night than their last trip to Germany, which saw them thumped 4-1 by Robert Lewandowski and Borussia Dortmund, who went on to be competition runners- up. … - Los Blancos have scored in a record 31 Champions League games in a row and also broke the record for the amount of goals scored in the group stage, with 20. … - Everyone knows the importance of away goals in these two-leg clashes in the Champions League, and, unfortunately for Schalke, the signs points to a goal for Real Madrid tonight... … - Domestically, however, Schalke have had a steady first half of the season and have climbed up to fourth in the Bundesliga thanks to their recent form of six wins and two draws from eight games. … - Die Knappen have only won two of their last 11 clashes with Spanish sides, coming on the end of a defeat five times. … - Madrid may not have a great record against German opposition, but the Schalke's form against opponents from Spain doesn't inspire confidence e ...
"White is my color, Bernabeu is my home, Los blancos is my identity &, Madridista is my Name! Real Madrid is in my heart. Win, lose or tie, Madridista till I die. Ride together, die together, Madridistas forever." Hala Madrid!
Softball Rampage - Free Return Shipping
Real Madrid travel to Germany in European competition once again – and Los Blancos don’t need reminding it’s a country in which they’ve enjoyed scant success on the road: 25 matches, 18 defeats, six draws and only one win, against Bayer Leverkusen in 2000. 'ta ce Real :D
Real Madrid moved three points clear of their title rivals after a 3-0 home win against Elche on Saturday. Assier Illaramendi gave the Los Blancos the lead 11 minutes to the break when his shot deflected off Elche’s Manu del Moral past Herrera Real’s £85m signing from Tottenham Gareth Bale doubled the hosts’ lead with a spectacular 30-yard strike before midfielder Isco slotted in the third goal nine minutes from time. Bale Celebrates His 12th Real Madrid Goal Against Elche Barcelona, who started the weekend top of the La Liga standings on goal difference crashed at Real Sociedad later on Saturday. The Catalans needed a win to keep the pressure on Real and Atletico Madrid but Cameroon international Alex Song headed into his own goal few minutes after the half-hour. Although the visitors leveled within four minutes as Lionel Messi fired a precise 18-yard shot into the bottom corner, goals from Antoine Griezmann and David Zurutuza’s clever chip helped Sociedad move up to fifth on the log Atletico fa ...
Real go top as Barça slip up (PA) Saturday 22 February 2014 Barcelona suffered a surprising 3-1 loss at Real Sociedad while Real Madrid easily dispatched Elche 3-0, sending Los Blancos atop the Spanish La Liga table in what may prove to be a decisive day in the 2013/14 campaign. The race for the Spanish La Liga title took a potentially important turn on Saturday as Real Madrid won easily while Barcelona suffered a shock defeat. Madrid eased to a 3-0 win at home to Elche in the opening game of the night and then watched on as Barça slipped up 3-1 at fifth-placed Real Sociedad. With Atletico Madrid not in action until Sunday, when they visit Osasuna, the results left Carlo Ancelotti's side three points clear at the top. Asier Illaramendi's first-half opener got Madrid off the mark before a stunning 71st-minute strike from Gareth Bale, the world's most expensive player, put the hosts out of reach. Isco hit a third with ten minutes remaining. Barcelona endured another miserable trip to the Anoeta, where the ...
According reports in Spain, Real Madrid are dropping their interest in Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan and are now weighing up a move for former Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure. According to Spanish sport paper Elgoldigital, Real Madrid’s interest in Gundogan has reportedly waned following his long-term injury.The reported new target for Los Blancos is Manchester City Midfielder Yaya Toure. Elgoldigital believe the possible departure of Sami Khedira is behind the decision, and Florentino Perez has opted for Yaya Toure – a man they believe wants to leave City this summer - to provide the muscle that Real Madrid’s midfield need. It is hard to believe Manchester City would be willing to sell Yaya, but Real Madrid are football’s exception – they don’t like to take no for an answer.
Bale back to make up for false start at Real Madrid: on the Welshman's erratic start with Los Blancos:
Cristiano Ronaldo was sent off as Real Madrid's eight-match winning run ended in a fiery draw at Athletic Bilbao. The Portuguese received a straight red card late on after raising his hands in a confrontation with Carlos Gurpegi as Real missed the chance to go above Barcelona into second place in La Liga. Jese gave the visitors the lead on his full league debut as he stabbed home Ronaldo's low cross after the break. But substitute Ibai Gomez equalised from 20 yards before Ronaldo saw red. Red for Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo has now received seven red cards in his career. Ronaldo's likely three-game absence could well have an impact on a competitive title race. Real Madrid sit third in La Liga, level on points with defending champions Barcelona but three points behind city rivals Atletico. And it could have been worse for Los Blancos, who saw their eight-match winning run in all competitions ended by an Athletic Bilbao side unbeaten at home in the league all season. Iker Muniain and top scorer Aritz Aduriz b ...
Real Madrid have released pictures of the proposed £328m renovation of their Santiago Bernabeu stadium. The digital impressions were unveiled by president Florentino Perez at a press conference in the Spanish capital on Friday. Los Blancos are reportedly said to be negotiating about naming rights fo
Koke | Atletico Madrid Koke has been compared to Barcelona legend Xavi, which tells you all you need to know about this talented 21-year-old. The Atletico Madrid star has been capped five times for Spain and looks to set to earn a place in the squad for next summer's World Cup finals in Brazil. Paul Pogba | Juventus Manchester United must rue letting this immensely talented 20-year-old to leave Old Trafford for Juventus in 2012. He has since won a Serie A title, been capped several times by France and cemented his reputation as one of Europe's most gifted young midfielders. Isco | Real Madrid The 21-year-old has hit the ground running at the Bernabeu, scoring five goals in his first 13 appearances for Los Blancos, and has even been compared to Real Madrid great Zinedine Zidane. Adnan Januzaj | Manchester United The Belgium-born winger looks set to enjoy a lengthy stay at Old Trafford after recently signing a new five-year deal. Thibaut Courtois | Atletico Madrid (on loan from Chelsea) The Belgium internat ...
Almeria vs. Real Madrid: Live Player Ratings for Los Blancos: Real Madrid travel to Almeria in the latest La L...
Juan Mata offered to Barca & Real Madrid; Los Blancos consider Chelsea playmaker to re... [greatgoals]
Liverpool's bid for a loan move of Alvaro Morata has been rejected by Real Madrid. The Los Blancos won't be doing any business this January
Enrique vows to attack Real Madrid: . The former Barcelona and Los Blancos midfielder insists his Celta...
Los Blancos kicked off the year in winning form, get all your Real Madrid gear at 20%off here right now! Shop:
FT Player Ratings for Real Madrid vs. Celta Vigo:
Schalke 04 vs. Real Madrid, 2014 Uefa Champions League draw: Schalke have it all to do against Los Blancos
Gareth Bale fell under criticism at the start of his Real Madrid career, but he's starting to silence his doubters due to his run of form for Los Blancos.
Carlo Ancelotti talked about Real Madrid's past, present and future in an interview with The Times. One of the subjects he lifted the lid on was the aftermath of José Mourinho's reign: "[The club] didn't speak about what happened last year with Mourinho, and I didn't ask. To reach the semi-finals of the Champions League is not bad. It's not good enough for some clubs, but it's not bad", he stated. "The supporters here don't just look to win; they look at how you play. At Real you have to win with style. It's not enough to win here. For example, Fabio Capello was sacked after he won the league. Chelsea were a more physical team, but here the technical skills of the players are the best", the 'Los Blancos' coach noted. The former Milan boss stressed that "La Decima is not an obsession, but it's a motivation. For the club it's very important. The last time Real Madrid played in the final was 2002. For a club like Real Madrid this is not good". "There's a lot of balance in the Premier League now, but in my o ...
Thank Bale Ronaldo 's been at the Bernabeu Changing Room Mscf - mainstay Real Madrid striker , Cristiano Ronaldo , said to have accepted the existence of a new team , Gareth Bale , well at Santiago Bernabeu . A newspaper that allegedly came from the Los Blancos dressing room revealed that the Wales international winger was beginning to find comfort in his new team . Since it comes with a price reached € 100 million , Bale did not immediately set by the Real players , including Ronaldo . Previously , Bale is still difficult to be accepted by his new colleagues at the Bernabeu , considering the performance has not been up because they had a lot of time in the pre- season . In addition , the high bandrol called also affect their friendship at Real . However, the situation is slowly changing , after Bale showed his ability in 10 games with Real . Although only six times a starter , but he has contributed with four goals and five assists . Regarding the relationship is improving with Ronaldo , the analysts b ...
Cristiano Ronaldo has praised Gareth Bale's early form at Real Madrid, insisting the pair have already formed a successful partnership.Ronaldo netted a hat-trick in Saturday's 5-1 rout of Real Sociedad, as Real's attacking trio -- including Bale and Karim Benzema -- continued to flourish.• Rigg: Ronaldo in limelight Los Blancos are now three points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona, who face Real Betis on Sunday.
Two goals from Cristiano Ronaldo saw Real Madrid all but book their place in the last 16 of the Champions League after beating 10-man Juventus 2-1 at the Bernabeu. Los Blancos produced a far from convincing performance even after Giorgio Chiellini was given a straight red card on 48 minutes for an elbow on Ronaldo. The Portuguese forward gave Madrid the lead four minutes into the game but Spanish striker Fernando Llorente equalised after 23 minutes before Ronaldo restored the hosts' lead five minutes later from the penalty spot. Iker Casillas was called into action barely a minute after kick-off, tipping a long-range shot from Claudio Marchisio over the bar. But it was Madrid who took the lead as Ronaldo beat the offside trap to get onto the end of a throughball from Angel Di Maria and calmly rounded Gianluigi Buffon to slot into an empty net. Juventus did not drop off after the goal and Carlos Tevez had two shots off target, with Martin Caceres also volleying over before Llorente levelled after 23 minute ...
Barcelona can build on their win over Real Madrid in the El Clasico by moving nine points clear of Los Blancos when they travel to Celta Vigo.
Real Madrid are looking for a striker to sign in the January Transfer Window. Karim Benzema, who never enjoyed the faith of either Jose Mourinho or Carlo Ancelotti, seems to be on his way out of the Bernabeu and already Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is looking towards his direction in order to add some depth to his squad's attacking line. Real Madrid are interested in Liverpool's Luis Suarez and AS Monaco's Radamel Falcao - but who is the best solution for Los Blancos? Suarez relies on his speed and technique and he likes going away from the box and trying to create dangerous situations for himself and his teammates. On the other hand the Colombian spends much more time inside the box and tries to be in the right position to score any ball that comes to him. In other words Suarez is closer to the False Nine-type, while Falcao fits better in a formation with a classic striker at the top. Real Madrid's squad is full of players that can create situations for strikers to score. Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, An ...
Elche 1 vs 2 Real Madrid CF FULL TIME: Real Madrid are gifted three points in La Liga after being awarded a dramatic stoppage time penalty penalty. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring early in the second period with a free kick and Elche equalised late on through a Boakye header, but further drama was still in store as the referee gave a penalty for a non-foul on Pepe. Ronaldo dispatched the penalty, and luckily gained the win for Los Blancos. I'm Umar Muhd, thanks you those online friends, see you next time!
Gerard Piqué's defence of Barça's academy system and lambasting of Real Madrid's open chequebook approach has ruffled many a feather amongst 'Los Blancos' fans. We look past the rhetoric and compare the effectiveness of the two clubs' academies - La Masia (Barcelona) and La Fábrica (Real Madrid) - over the last few years. The image of a Barcelona team stuffed with home-grown talent, while Florentino Pérez forks out big bucks on high-profile signings, has become widely accepted. Barça line-ups featuring as many as 11 youth products and Real threatening to break the €100-million barrier on a single player certainly suggest that the two clubs' philosophies are chalk and cheese. However, the picture that emerges from the last five years is not quite so clear. The perceived gap between Real Madrid and Barcelona's transfer policies is increasingly narrowing. 1- Signings and sales: Real Madrid leads the way on both counts. 'Los Blancos' have spent €572 million over the last five years, compared to Barç ...
Ronald night of goals Ronaldo shines in goals bonanza night Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-trick for Real Madrid illuminated an opening night goals bonanza as the leading contenders began the Champions League group stage with a bang on Tuesday. Thirty goals rained in around Europe with Real trouncing Galatasaray 6-1 in Istanbul, holders Bayern Munich winning 3-0 at home to CSKA Moscow and Manchester United putting four past Bayer Leverkusen at Old Trafford. Paris St Germain fired a warning that they will be a real threat with a 4-1 victory away to Olympiakos Piraeus while Manchester City won 3-0 at Czech outsiders Viktoria Plzen. Ronaldo's reign as the world's most expensive footballer ended this month when Real paid Tottenham Hotspur €100 million for Gareth Bale but he underlined his role as chief conductor of Los Blancos with a dazzling display. Bale, who is still building up his match fitness after missing most of pre-season, had the honour of becoming the world's most costly substitute until he joined the ...
Please could you Kay, new exciting Real Madrid Account for all Los Blancos fans Gracia
If Bale to Real Madrid happens, our guy has this as his starting lineup for Los Blancos.
Carlo Ancelotti might just be the perfect coach for Real Madrid. He was my second choice for Los Blancos after Mourinho.
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Fiorentina president Andrea Della Valle has told interested clubs that it will take a huge offer to prise Stevan Jovetic away from the club. ***Former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso has ruled out a return to the Premier League this summer. The Spaniard had been reportedly linked with a move back to Liverpool, with Chelsea also said to be interested in the Real Madrid man. ***Aston Villa will reluctantly sell Christian Benteke to Spurs - but are gearing up for a price war with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy. Villa's Belgium striker Benteke has handed in a transfer request and has now been given extended summer leave. (The Mirror) ***Real Madrid will offer Manchester United target Cristiano Ronaldo the chance to become the world's highest-paid player in an effort to keep him at the club. Anzhi Makhachkala's Samuel Eto'o is the best-paid footballer in the world, but Los Blancos will offer Ronaldo a package in excess of the £330,000 that the Cameroon striker earns weekly ...
Liverpool’s star man could be closing in on a big money summer move to Spanish giants Real Madrid following his agent's meeting with the Merseyside club on Tuesday. The BBC has reported that Suarez’s representatives have stated that their client intends to play Champions League football next season. The news will be welcomed by Los Blancos following recent developments surrounding Napoli’s Edinson Cavani who looks likely to join Carlo Ancelotti’s former charges Paris Saint-Germain. Furthermore, Real’s holistic pursuit of Gareth Bale hit a snag yesterday as the mercurial Welshman modelled Tottenham Hotspur’s new kit for the forthcoming season. With these two high calibre targets appearing increasingly unlikely of being placed in the Bernabeu’s 2013/14 squad photo and Suarez’s intentions made clear (although no formal transfer request has been submitted), Real’s focus will now surely shift to the procurement of the Uruguayan, who welcomed a move to Madrid according to Sky Sports in June. " ...
 border=
FINAL UPDATE - What's really happening! Arsenal are leading the hunt for Higuain and the player’s father revealed last week that Real Madrid have given the striker’s representatives permission to open talks with the Gunners over personal terms. It was widely assumed that Higuain’s arrival at the Emirates Stadium was imminent, but there appears to have been brakes put on that assumption, with the deal not yet in a position for the striker to land in London. Indeed, according to Madrid-based daily Marca, new Los Blancos coach Ancelotti wants to sit down with Higuain to discover his intentions. No One From Arsenal Has Come To Real Madrid with Gonzalo Higuain Offer – Florentino Perez Meanwhile, if no official agreement if reached between Real Madrid and Arsenal before 15th July, Higuain will be required to report for pre-season training under Ancelotti. Higuain is currently back in Madrid following a summer break and is already training to stay fit. The Argentine striker is keen for a move away from R ...
Marca reports that Asier Illarramendi has been convinced by Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane to leave Real Sociedad and move to Los Blancos next season.
Real Madrid have a dilemma with Aitor Karanka Aitor Karanka still has three years left on his contract at Real Madrid but he will not be the number two as he has been for the past three season. He declined leaving and following now Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho to London because of family reasons and has left Real Madrid with a dilemma on what to do with the Basque coach. Eurosport has reported that the former defender’s contract pays out half a million euros net per year with no role for him on the first team and neither in Castilla, Real Madrid’s youth academy. What the Madridista’s seem to be waiting on is for Karanka to find a new gig for the upcoming season. The arrival of Carlo Ancellotti as the new manager of Los Blancos has placed Paul Clement and Madrid legend Zidane on the bench as his assistants. Rewinding to last summer when Mourinho signed a contract extension to 2016, the agreement also brought a raise in salaries to his coaching staff, Karanka included. According to Eurosport, Karanka ...
Transfer Rumors- Part 1: *Gareth Bale's agent has confirmed that there is no offer from Real Madrid even though the Wales international has been strongly linked to a move to Los Blancos. His agent said "There's no offer from Madrid; they have to talk between themselves and we will see what happens." *AZ Alkmaar has rejected Sunderland's bid for striker Jozy Altidore because Sunderland's bid did not match their valuation for the U.S. international. *Darren Bent wants to leave Aston Villa (after Aston Villa have told him if he stays he won't get any playing time) but he believes his $12,211,200 price tag is too high. Fulham and Newcastle United are interested in the England striker but are only willing to pay $7,632,000. *Liverpool have accepted a $9,158,400 bid for midfielder Jonjo Shelvey from Swansea City. It is believed Shelvey would go to Swansea City for the chance for more first-team football. *Eric Abidal looks close to signing for Nice after AS Monaco have lost interest. Nice seems seemingly close ...
'Bale Has Not Said Yes Or No To Madrid' Gareth Bale’s agent says that Real Madrid are yet to make a bid for the Tottenham star. Los Blancos are reportedly keen to bring the Welshman to the Bernabeu, but would have to pay a massive fee for a player Spurs would prefer not to sell. Earlier this week, Bale appeared to indicate a willingness to quit the Premier League, telling Esquire magazine: "Every player would like to get as high as they can and try different things. It's something that the future holds and it's something that I'm very interested to try." Some pundits have interpreted his comments as a come-and-get-me plea to Madrid, and his agent has indicated that if Los Blancos did come calling, Bale would certainly think about his response. However, distracted as they have been by the appointment of new manager Carlo Ancelotti to oversee their transfer agenda, no overtures towards Bale from Spain’s capital have been forthcoming. And as it stands, the 23-year-old sensation remains a Spurs player, sc ...
Spanish newspaper AS lead with the news this Tuesday morning that Chelsea are close to signing Edinson Cavani with last season’s top goal scorer in Serie A set for Stamford Bridge. The rumours have been rife for some time in the Italian media, the update from AS, which suggests no official offer has been made from Real Madrid, is significant due to the papers close relationship with Los Blancos. Chelsea are understood to have reached a personal agreement with Cavani whilst Real Madrid’s contact with the player has only been through intermediaries and no offer has been discussed. Roman Abramovich has guaranteed Cavani 9 million euros per season at Chelsea and the Europa League winners are set to begin negotiating with Napoli this week. The initial offer from Chelsea amounts to 50 million euros, which was rejected by Napoli. The Italian side are holding out for 63 million euros (Cavani’s release clause) but the Uruguayan hitman and his representatives believe a deal can be struck for 60 million. AS wa ...
Alonso-Verratti swap proposed Real Madrid have reportedly put forward to Paris Saint-Germain the prospect of swapping Xabi Alonso with Marco Verratti. The young Italian international is reportedly former PSG and new Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti’s primary request for midfield this Transfer Window. Reports from Italy today suggest that Los Blancos are looking at ways to try and pick up the 20-year-old, who is otherwise in contract renewal talks with the French side. One hypothesis apparently put forward to the Parc des Princes outfit has been to send Xabi Alonso to them in part exchange for the youngster. Alonso, who has put off contract renewal talks at the Santiago Bernabeu until later in the year, is currently going to be a free agent in June 2014. The Former Liverpool man is also reportedly a target this summer of former Madrid boss Jose Mourinho’s new team Chelsea.
Real Madrid to utilize youth under Carlo Ancelotti Newly appointed Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has his eyes set on adding youth development back into the Spanish club, something that seemed to have disappeared under former manager Jose Mourinho. Spanish daily paper Marca is reporting that after several season of watching academy players overlooked in the first team, Real Madrid is preparing to make the most of their young stars in a new youth movement. Some of the older players at the club, such as Ricardo Carvalho and Michael Essien, will not be returning next season and others such as Kaka could see a move away before the Transfer Window closes. With older players on the way out, Carlo Ancelotti has made sure to deepen his talented squad with local Spanish youth and bright stars from the club’s storied youth academy. Isco, who is only 21, is so far the biggest signing of the season for Los Blancos but the squad additions have not ended there as the club also re-signed academy graduate Daniel C ...
Liverpool are keen on offering Real Madrid forward, Jose Callejon, a move away from the Bernabeu where the Spanish player has warmed the bench more often than not during the course of the previous season. The Reds are said to be one of three clubs interested in signing the player, who has fallen down the pecking order at the Spanish giants. The versatile attacker who is capable of playing either on the wings or as a forward, has seen his game time reduced owing to the embarrassing attacking riches at the Capital club. The former Espanyol player also fell behind Argentine winger Angel Di Maria in the pecking order during the previous season and despite reports that Di Maria could be offloaded in a deal that will involve Tottenham’s wing-wizard Gareth Bale joining Los Blancos, Callejon’s situation could remain unchanged. Real’s new manager Carlo Ancelotti is reported to prefer other reserve options ahead of Callejon and the player has reportedly made up his mind that his future lies away from the Bern ...
Top News Barca hold last-minute talks to convince Thiago to turn down Man United Manchester United are close to securing the £17 million transfer of Thiago Alcantara from Barcelona after agreeing personal terms with the midfielder and his dad worth £5.5million-a-year. But the Spanish Champions are not ready to give up as the Daily Mail understands that Barcelona have scheduled talks with the 22-year old to convince him to turn down a move to Old Trafford in the hope that he will one day lead the Barca midfield. United want to wrap up the deal quickly as they fear that Manchester City and Bayern Munich could table rival bids for the Spaniard. Real Madrid offer cash plus players for Bale Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is still playing hardball with Real Madrid over the transfer of Gareth Bale but the Los Blancos are confident they can fast-forward the deal now they have appointed Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager. The Mirror reports that Madrid are willing to offer cash plus players to Spurs to tempt t ...
One of the most intriguing questions for Real Madrid is what’s going to happen with Cristiano Ronaldo, as Los Blancos are looking to extend his contract but the Portuguese has some demands that the team are not willing to concrete. Florentino Pérez’s main objective is to secure Ronaldo’s presence at Santiago Bernabeu for as long as possible but according to several sources, there might be some competition. As El País reports, Ronaldo’s former team Manchester United are interested to bring CR7 back to Old Trafford and they have given him a proposal that includes a €50M fee if he arrives as a free agent once his current deal is over. However, if both parties were going to establish a meeting, nothing has been confirmed as these kinds of negotiations are forbidden by FIFA. Cristiano Ronaldo has enjoyed great success playing for Real Madrid, and he has an average of over one goal per game with Los Merengues.
Zinedine Zidane will be Ancelotti’s assistant Zinedine Zidane will become the new Real Madrid assistant manager after the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti at Los Blancos. L’Equipe journalist Frederic Hermel gave the exclusive to late night Spanish sports TV show Punto Pelota and Ancelotti himself confirmed it in his presentation: “He will be a good assistant. The only problem is he won’t be allowed to play”, the Italian joked. Although Florentino Perez wanted Zizou to be the technical director, the French legend will fulfill his desire of starting a coaching career. Zidane has been doing the football manager courses and has been reported to need to pass just one more subject to obtain the license. Zidane will replace Aitor Karanka, former assistant coach during Jose Mourinho’s era, and will form a team with Paul Clement, the other assistant manager, who had already worked alongside Ancelotti at Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain. The managment team will be completed by Italian veteran Giovanni Mauri, w ...
La Liga: First XI of the decade Goalkeeper: Iker Casillas (Real Madrid) The Spain and Real Madrid number one is now something of a legend in world football and fits into the same category as Dino Zoff, Walter Zenga, Gianluigi Buffon, Rustu Recber and Oliver Kahn as one of the best goalkeepers the world has ever seen. Right-back: Sergio Ramos (Sevilla & Real Madrid) Although he is now often deployed as a centre-back, he made his name as a wing-back with his dventurous runs and crossing ability. Many believe he should once again be played as Madrid’s right-back, as it was his performances out wide for Sevilla that commanded Los Blancos to shell out £30 million for his signature back in 2005. Centre-back: Carles Puyol (Barcelona) The Blaugrana captain has been an ever-present fixture in the Barcelona line-up since his breakthrough in 2000. He has overseen many generations of Barcelona players and has used his experience to lead the Catalan giants to many trophies. He has also led Spain to global d ...
Marca splash with the claim today that Luis Suarez agreed personal terms “weeks ago” on a move to Real Madrid. However, Suarez is now exploring other offers (which could include Premier League rivals Manchester City) due to the delay in Real Madrid making an offer to Liverpool. Now Carlo Ancelotti is installed as Real Madrid coach, Los Blancos will decide whether to bid 47 million euros (his release clause, according to Marca) for Suarez. The decision rests with Ancelotti and Marca suggest Suarez now has other offers available, comparable in financial terms. Suarez has reportedly grown impatient whilst at the Confederations Cup and new Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is also tracking developments. Much like many other players who could be on the move (e.g. Gonzalo Higuain, David Luiz), the transfer market now looks set to get busier after Carlo Ancelotti and Laurent Blanc were installed at Real Madrid and PSG, respectively on Tuesday. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has been very busy in the transfer ...
# TransferNews | | - Ronaldo to Manchester United Provided, bartered Rooney MU Money - Manchester United are reportedly ready to bring Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford by offering cash plus 70 million euros Wayne Rooney. United CR7 comeback rumors to move increasingly frenzied. Equivalent to Rp 912 billion transfer was first claimed by the Daily Star on Sunday (23/06/2013) yesterday. The British media wrote when the deal actually materialize, then it will be the biggest transfer story this summer. Even after leaving the Red Devils to the Real Madrid since 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo is still a popular figure at Old Trafford. United fans are still cheering even the name of the player who scored 118 goals during his six seasons as the Red costumed Manchester when the Red Devils meet the Los Blancos in the Champions League last 16 last season. The opposite happens to Rooney in which the bomber nicknamed Wazza was some time ago already asked Sir Alex Ferguson for sale. Be entering Rooney wanted to leave in the p ...
 border=
1.Martin Ferguson recommended Thiago to Sir Alex Ferguson 3 years ago.(Daily Mail) 2. David Moyes has spoken to Thiago and promised him that he'll be a regular starter at MUFC (Sport). 3. Wayne Rooney will meet David Moyes to decide his future at the club. 4. Chelsea and Arsenal keeping an eye on Rooney's situation.With both the clubs ready to make a bid for him. 5. Graham Hunter: Thiago will meet his father during the week end to take a decision on his future. 6. David Moyes is expected to be in Manchester this Monday to start the transfer business and sort out Rooney's situation. 7. Graham Hunter says City are favorites to land Isco. 8. Zidane is confident that he can lure Isco to Los Blancos and fend off interest from City. 9. Carlo Ancelotti is expected to be announced as the new Real Madrid manager soon, claims various reports. *sid*
Real back on the Gündogan chase Friday saw Florentino Pérez ratchet things up several notches in his bid to usher in a new era at Real Madrid, with major inroads made on two deals and a breakthrough coming in another that was believed to be dead in the water. Ancelotti, Isco and Gündogan took centre stage in a whirlwind 24 hours at the Bernabéu. The most surprising turn of events was the revival of 'Operation Gündogan', which saw the Dortmund midfielder's brother and agent, Ilhan, travel to Madrid on Friday to meet with the 'Los Blancos' officials. The stage had seemed to be set for the German anchorman to join in 2014. Florentino Pérez first expressed his interest in Gündogan several months ago, only for the Dortmund chairman to ask his Real Madrid counterpart to delay any move for a year. Jürgen Klopp wanted assurances that the team wouldn't be broken up and Mario Götze and Robert Lewandowski both looked certain to depart. Real did, however, secure first dibs on a deal for the midfielder for th ...
Real Madrid 10 Facts part 3: 21. Los Blancos were the first-ever club champions of the world when they defeated Penarol 5-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu in the inaugural Intercontinental Cup back in 1960. 22. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a club record 53 goals in all competitions in the 2010-11 campaign. 23. Madrid have qualified for 54 out of 56 UEFA club competitions. They only missed out in 1977-78 and 1996-97. 24. It was in January 1955 that the club decided to rename their stadium in honour of then president Santiago Bernabeu. 25. In 80 seasons and 2,534 La Liga matches, Madrid have a 58.2 win percentage, having claimed 1475 victories and losing 538. They have scored 5,285 goals and conceded 2,915. 26. Luis Figo infamously joined Madrid from Barcelona for €60 million in the summer of 2000. He is the 15th player to switch directly from Barca to Los Blancos. The first was Alfonso Albeniz. 27. Madrid defeated their own 'B' team Castilla 6-1 to win the 1980 Copa Del Rey. 28. During his time at Madrid, Mesut Oz ...
Gareth Bale would "fit perfectly" at Real Madrid, according to Former Tottenham team-mate Luka Modric. Goal understands Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has made Bale his No.1 target and is willing to offer him a mammoth €235,000-a-week to entice him from White Hart Lane to Santiago Bernabeu. IS HE WORTH THAT MUCH
For the second straight year, Real Madrid and Barcelona arrived in the Champions League semi finals with illusions of an all Spanish Clásico final, only to find themselves disappointed. Real Madrid almost completed the unlikeliest of comebacks in the final minutes against Borussia Dortmund as the legendary Estadio Santiago Bernabéu was raging. Los Blancos will rue their early missed chances, coming up just short against a Dortmund side that was ultimately the betterteam for most of the two legged tie. Barcelona, on the other hand, were without a fully fit Lionel Messi and were absolutely steamrolled by Bayern Munich, who are the likely favorites to lift the big-eared trophy at Wembley on May 25th. Dortmund’s meteoric rise and Bayern’s emphatic victory are clear signs that the balance of power in Europe’s premier competition has shifted away from La Liga and towards the Bundesliga. Having led the pack ininfrastructure, attendance, and low ticket prices for quite some time, the German first division ...
‘No Higuain talks before Coach’ Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has confirmed that negotiations for Gonzalo Higuain are blocked until Real Madrid appoint their Coach. Los Blancos were seen as in talks with the Italians today over a proposed transfer for their Argentine striker, with it even suggested that initial aspects to the deal were agreed. However, Marotta has confirmed that for the time being, all negotiations are off until Madrid bring in their new Coach to replace Jose Mourinho. “Right now Higuain is not on the transfer market, as Real Madrid are waiting until they have a new Coach,” Marotta confirmed to Sky Sport Italia today “The moment this decision is made official, then we will meet them again with pleasure.” Madrid’s believed current first choice Coach Carlo Ancelotti is still struggling to get out of his Paris Saint Germain contract. FOOTBALL ESPANA ANDREW
United hopeful of Ronaldo return but Portuguese refuses to rule out Madrid stay Cristiano Ronaldo was the subject of a tug-of-war between Manchester United and Real Madrid 4 years ago with the Los Blancos prevailing that time due to their world record bid of £80million. This summer sees United doing all in their efforts to bring the Portuguese superstar back to Old Trafford. And signs lookedpromising for the Premier League Champions after Ronaldo expressed his unhappiness in Spain with United eager to unveil him on August 8, a day before the testimonial for Rio Ferdinand. But the Sun reports that Ronaldo has hinted that he may end up staying at Real Madrid amid with talks over a New Deal hangingin the balance over money issues. Ronaldo said, “I’m calm. I’m not worried about it, I know we are going to reach an agreement to sign a New Deal and for that if I am honest, I’m not preoccupied about it.” Wenger to splash £ 62million on Higuain, Gundogan and Bender Andrei Arshavin remains Arsenal’s . ...
Barcelona midfielder Xavi believes Jose Mourinho tarnished the legacy of Real Madrid's Galacticos, insisting the outgoing manager had a negative effect on the club's "footballing philosophy". - Rigg: Real's folly of youth - Ronaldo hopeful of Real deal Xavi, who has been vocal in his disdain of Mourinho in recent years, was critical of Real Madrid's season, which saw them finish 15 points behind Barca. The Spain international hit out at Mourinho's attitude and the style of play he introduced at the Bernabeu - despite it paying dividends as Real lifted the 2011/12 La Liga title - claiming Los Blancos require a tactical overhaul if they are to return to their glory days. "I don't want people to think that I'm always attacking Mourinho, that's not my intention, but obviously I don't like the way his teams play on the pitch," the 33-year-old told Sport. It annoyed me to see them play like that as they had an idea and a concept before. [Zinedine] Zidane, Roberto Carlos - they were incredible. "They dominated e ...
The million euro question doing the rounds concerned just how much compensation Real Madrid was going to have to stump up to land Carlo Ancelotti, and it turns out the answer is €4 million. According to 'L'Équipe', PSG wants at least this amount in order to write off the remaining year on the Italian's contract. Real Madrid's aim is to seal an agreement for the Italian by this weekend at the latest, so that he can be unveiled at the Bernabéu next week. The way the 'Los Blancos' higher-ups see it, the sooner the better, because once he arrives Ancelotti still has to sit down with Zidane to determine any ins and outs and confirm the pre-season schedule. He will also have to appoint an assistant, considering Zidane's desire to perform a more executive role, with Fabio Cannavaro and Hernán Crespo currently the frontrunners. welcome to Real Madrid
Carlos Ancelotti’s deal almost closed Spanish daily Marca puts its main focus on Florentino Perez’s official investiture as president of Real Madrid. “Perez starts his fourth term in charge of Real and he is close to sealing Ancelotti’s signing”, the sports paper claims. Marca states that Los Blancos directors take for granted that the Italian manager will leave Paris Saint Germain soon and arrive to Bernabeu. “The other priorities of Perez are Zidane’s appointment as sports director, the arrival of a world-class star and the stadium’s remodeling”, Marca adds. As also states that Florentino Perez has not ruled out the option of naming Zidane as manager if Carlo Ancelotti finally does not come.
Real Madrid 4-2 Osasuna: Benzema beauty sees Mourinho bow out as Blancos boss with a win Los Blancos let a two-goal lead slip as the Portuguese's final game as manager threatened to end in disarray, but Karim Benzema and Jose Callejon ensured no upsets late on By Keeghann Sinanan Jun 1, 2013 12:52:00 PM José Mourinho, Real Madrid Jose Mourinho brought the curtain down on his tumultuous three-year reign as Real Madrid manager with a 4-2 triumph over Osasuna in its La Liga finale at the Bernabeu on Saturday. The Portuguese was the center of attention long before kickoff, with throngs of photographers swarming to get a glimpse of the 50-year-old on the touchline, and first-half goals from Gonzalo Higuain and Michael Essien set him on his way to a winning send off. Osasuna threatened to spoil the occasion with second-half strikes from Roberto Torres and Alvaro Cejudo to restore parity, but Karim Benzema put the hosts back in front before a late Jose Callejon effort sealed a victorious end to a disappointing ...
Madrid request a favour from Bale Real Madrid want Gareth Bale to hand in a tarnsfer request to Tottenham. Real Madrid are hoping summer target Gareth Bale hands in a transfer request to Tottenham to force through an £80 million move to the Spanish capital. According to The Sun, Madrid have long eyed the Welshman as the perfect fit in their plans to reclaim domestic and European glory, but have been thwarted time after time by a stubborn Spurs side unwilling to sell their most valuable of stars. And now Bernabeu officials are hoping that the lure of playing for Los Blancos will tempt Bale into handing in a formal request and finally push through the deal. But the loss of Bale could be softened by the arrival of Barcelona's David Villa, with the Mirror claiming the Spanish striker has told his advisers he wants a move to the Premier League. The World Cup winner has been targeted by a number of clubs since it became public knowledge that the Primera Division champions would offload him in the summer. But E ...
Real Madrid have stepped up their interest in signing Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, after making contact with the Uruguayan’s agent over a £40m bid. The Spanish club are looking to bolster their attacking options and, whilst Edison Cavani remains their top target, Suarez will be a considerably cheaper option, and this bid will certainly test Liverpool’s resolve to keep the troublesome but talented star. ''The Sun'' reports that discussions have taken place between Real and Suarez over a deal, with Los Blancos hoping that the lure of Champions League football will be enough to persuade the striker to leave Anfield. In a statement released by Liverpool, however, the club insisted: “We will not sell Luis Suarez.” “Brendan Rodgers has said this on several occasions and the club will not entertain any bids be it Real Madrid or anyone else.” “Luis is one of the world’s best players and is not for sale.” While the club may be unwilling to sell the the 25-year old due to his importance to the ...
-Suarez Agreed a four-year Contract with Real Madrid--the move to Real Madrid, Luis Suarez getting scrapped. Was reported by Marca, Liverpool have agreed a deal with the personal side of Los Blancos. The Suarez brothers represented by Pep Guardiola, Pere had agreed with the offer of a contract duration of four years with a salary of 140 thousand Pounds per week. In addition, El Pistolero also will still get different bonuses depending on the performance and he was able to earn a degree in Madrid. There is also a unique clause which States that Suarez just wanted to be played at the position of striker. Now the Los Merengues just need to settle the Affairs of the transfer fee with Liverpool. A player 26 years has a buy-out clause of 40 million Pounds, but Madrid refused to pay some of it and opted to negotiate in the range of 25 million Pounds with The Reds. Suarez appeared quite phenomenal last season and scored 30 goals and 13 assists in 44 Games in all events.
Madrid and City’s anti-Barca pact Real Madrid and Manchester City, two of Europe’s most powerful clubs, have reached what is being called an ‘anti-Barca’ agreement. A report in El Confidential claims that Florentino Perez [pictured] and Ferran Soriano, Real Madrid club President and City chief executive respectively, have had contact several times in recent weeks with a view to implementing a non-aggression agreement between the clubs with regards transfers. In this sense, the Blues and Los Blancos intend to negotiate directly between themselves if one of them is interested in a player from the other’s team, thus cutting out the need for agents and other beneficiaries and leaving Barca out of the equation. From Soriano’s point of view this could be seen as a direct response to his deteriorating relationship with current Barca President Sandro Rosell, while Perez, who was once on good terms with Rosell, appears to have changed his stance. Among other reasons the tension between Real and Barca d ...
Madrid move difficult to turn down – Suarez May 30, 2013 | Sports MADRID (AFP) – Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted it would be hard to turn down an offer from Real Madrid should it arrive in the coming months. The Uruguayan is rumoured to be a target for Los Blancos as president Florentino Perez tries to refresh the squad after a disappointing season in which Jose Mourinho’s side failed to win a major trophy. “I have a contract with Liverpool, but it would be very difficult to say no to Real Madrid” he told Uruguayan radio station Radio sport 890 on Wednesday. Suarez has been a controversial figure in England with moments of brilliance on the field being overshadowed by a ban for racist abuse towards Patrice Evra in 2011 and he is currently serving a 10-game suspension for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic in April. And he claims he is fed up with the criticsm he has received from the English media. “I’m happy at Liverpool thanks to the fans. I have committed an error, I am ...
David Villa second goal and Barcelonas 4th against Real Madrid when Barcelona outclassed "Los Blancos" 5-0 in 2010.
Real Madrid have given Tottenham a deadline to accept their bid for Gareth Bale, suggesting they may withdraw a significant bid if a deal is not reached in the coming weeks. The Daily Star reports Spurs have until June 15 to accept a mammoth £60 million offer for the 23-year-old as president Florentino Perez looks to recover from the club's failure to sign Barcelona-bound Neymar. It is believed Bale would suit Real's on and off field needs and Los Blancos are prepared to match the £130,000-a-week wages being offered by the North London club. If the Bale bid fails, Real will turn their attention to Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, although the Uruguayan is unlikely to leave Anfield. (source ESPN)
‘Lewandowski wants Bayern switch’ Real Madrid look to have lost out on Borussia Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski, with a move to Bayern Munich revealed today as his preference. Reports had linked Florentino Perez with making a late bid to try and tempt to Polish international to sign for Los Blancos this summer, as he entered the final year of his contract with Dortmund. However, the striker’s agent has claimed that an agreement with Bayern, as otherwise believed in recent months, has been agreed. “Robert will join Bayern this summer. There is no point in pretending that he will not move to Bayern. Robert wants to leave and that is what will happen,” representative Cezary Kucharski told TVN24. “It is a matter of time. It could be a done deal within a week or within two to three weeks. We are waiting for a signal from the club. We are working on this deal. “Robert needs a new challenge. He needs other people around him, a new Coach and new motivation.” football espana admin andrew
Tottenham Hotspur manager André Villas-Boas has refused to speculate on the possibility of Gareth Bale being signed by Real Madrid - the club setting its sights on the Welshman now that Barcelona has secured Neymar. Real Madrid is still deliberating about how best to tackle the Gareth Bale negotiations, the main obstacle being the high price tag around his neck. Tottenham has already said that it will not sell him for less than €90 million, a sum 'Los Blancos' would like to bring down. In the meantime, Zinedine Zidane, one of the most popular Galacticos in Real Madrid's history, has been given the job of luring Tottenham's Gareth Bale to the Spanish capital. QUESTION Do you see Spurs keeping Bale away from Real Madrid?
Have Madrid Poached Isco? It appears Real Madrid have secured a transfer coup by snatching Isco from the clutches of Manchester City. City were touted to have lured young Spanish international Isco to the Etihad from Malaga, along with manager Manuel Pellegrini. The 21-year-old playmaker is considered one of the most talented up-and-coming midfielders in world football. His string-pulling displays in La Liga, the Champions League and for the Spanish Under 21 team have been wondrous to behold, and he has a bright future ahead of him. Los Blancos need reinforcements after surrendering their La Liga crown so meekly. And so the club’s fans will delight in the photographs doing the rounds of Madrid representative Julio Senn, Malaga sporting director Mario Husillos, Malaga director general Vicente Casado, Isco's father Francisco Alarcon and the player's lawyer Rafael Comino all driving into Estadio Bernabeu together. Madrid-friendly daily Marca festooned their Thursday edition with pictures of Isco, and repor ...
Ronaldo and Mourinho see red as Atletico stun Real Madrid to win Copa Reuters Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 3:10 AM Football - Liga Copa Del Rey final, Bernabeu - Real Madrid 1 (Ronaldo 14) Atletico Madrid 2 (Costa 35, Miranda 99) A.E.T. Joao Miranda thumped home an extra-time winner as Atletico Madrid secured a 2-1 win over Real Madrid to claim Copa Del Rey glory in a fiery final that saw both Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo sent off. The Brazilian defender headed in a 99th-minute cross to clinch a first victory over Los Blancos since 1999 and the 10th domestic cup success in their history. Mourinho's side had looked on course to maintain their hoodoo over their neighbours when Ronaldo powered home a 14th-minute corner. However, Diego Costa restored parity just before half time when he fired home a 20-yard shot following a fine turn and pass from Radamel Falcao. Real dominated but contrived to hit the woodwork on no fewer than three occasions with Mesut Ozil, Karim Benzema and Ronaldo going close to winni ...
18 May 2013 00:12 Madrid see red after Copa carnage By Mark Doyle Cristiano Ronaldo was dismissed as los Blancos lost their heads during a dramatic 2-1 final defeat by their city rivals in an epic final at the Santiago Bernabeu COMMENT By Mark Doyle Atletico Madrid had not beaten Real Madrid for 14 years before Friday night. Their belated derby success was worth the wait. The Rojiblancos not only beat their city rivals, they did so in the Copa Del Rey final. At the Santiago Bernabeu. After Madrid had completely lost their heads. As far as Atletico fans are concerned, success does not get any sweeter than this. Madrid’s frustration was understandable - to a point - given what had unfolded on the field during an enthralling 120 minutes of non-stop action in the Spanish capital. Los Blancos had opened the scoring with the type of towering header that Cristiano Ronaldo has made his trademark. However, little went right for ‘His Airness Mark II' or Madrid thereafter. Radamel Falcao - in perhaps his last me ...
22 - Congratulations to Barcelona on winning their 22nd La Liga title; Real Madrid have 32. Los Blancos.
Jose Mourinho set to bring Real Madrid star with him to Chelsea: Portuguese wants Los Blancos midfielder as fi...
AS a Real Madrid fan, I was disappointed to see Los Blancos go out of the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund. Also in this sectio..
The Champions League semi-final against Borussia Dortmund took its toll on Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid's vice-captain. A muscle injury means the Andalusian joins full-back duo Marcelo and Álvaro Arbeloa, both of whom are out of the upcoming league meeting with Real Valladolid, in the 'Los Blancos' treatment room.
Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal have been alerted after Real Madrid confirmed they will sell Gonzalo Higuain. Real Madrid have revealed that Gonzalo Higuain will leave the club in the summer and that his exit may spark Los Blancos swooping for Tottenham's Gareth Bale and Manchester United's Javier Hernandez.
In Progress — Second Half — 74′ Atlético de Madrid 1 - 2 Real Madrid 71′ Substitution Adrián Raúl García 71′ Diego Simeone follows suit and makes a change of his own, and it's a positive one. Adrian Lopez enters the fray in place of Raul Garcia, which gives Atletico three recognised strikers on the pitch. Cristian Rodriguez also looks to be coming on imminently. 70′ Substitution Raphaël Varane Michael Essien 69′ Quickfire changes from the Portuguese coach. Michael Essien is the latest player to be withdrawn and Raphael Varane is his replacement at right-back. 67′ Substitution Xabi Alonso Kaká 67′ First change of the match from Mourinho. Xabi Alonso is introduced in place of Kaka. The Former Liverpool man will add come much needed patience and quality in the middle of the park for Los Blancos. 65′ Great goalkeeping from Diego Lopez! Diego Costa does brilliantly to ride the challenge of Nacho before rushing to the byline and smashing a cross along the six yard box, but the former S ...
CASILLAS MAY HAVE TO RETIRE, HE IS NOT BETTER THAN LOPEZ The 71-year-old says the Real Madrid No.1 would not have pulled off the heroics Lopez did to ensure Los Blancos' passage to the Champions League quarterfinals Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson believes Real Madrid's stand-in goalkeeper Diego Lopez produced a performance at Old Trafford last week beyond the capabilities of regular shot-stopper Iker Casillas. The Spain captain has spent much of 2013 sidelined with a hand injury sustained in Madrid's Copa Del Rey clash with Valencia in January, prompting boss Jose Mourinho to buy Diego Lopez from Sevilla to deputize in his absence. The 31-year-old has excelled since being granted a starting berth with the Liga giants and proved a major factor in Los Blancos' progression to the quarterfinals of the Champions League, and Ferguson says the outcome may have been different had Casillas been available for selection. "I think Lopez saved them. I would have preferred Casillas," Ferguson told reporter ...
Miche s Extended Cyber Weekend Event - Savings up to 75%
Bale to move to Real for €70 million? Real Madrid wants to tie up a deal for Gareth Bale sooner rather than later. This explains why British paper The Daily Mirror is reporting that 'Los Blancos' are readying a whopping €70 million bid for the Welsh international. The same newspaper's website also claims that Real is willing to hand Bale a 5-year contract worth over €11 million a year. José Mourinho's side isn't the only club in Europe chasing Bale, with the likes of Manchester City, Chelsea and Barcelona all being touted as possible destinations. Indeed, the 'Azulgrana' defender Gerard Piqué recently spoke to the BBC about the Spurs star, calling him "an unbelievable player with all the conditions to play in the team that he wants to". Although the centre-back admitted that Bale's pace and power make him a good "fit" for Real Madrid, he also argued that the Welshman could "play here [at Barcelona] too, definitely". Bale has become one of the hottest properties in Europe following a sensational ca ...
Manchester United - Chelsea Preview: Both sides looking to bounce back from European defeats- The Red Devils will be out for blood after their controversial Champions League exit, while the Blues go to Old Trafford having not scored an FA Cup goal at the ground since 1963 Sir Alex Ferguson is likely to make a number of changes to the side that lost to Real Madrid on Tuesday, with Wayne Rooney – surprisingly dropped against Los Blancos – expected to come back into the starting XI. Don't Miss Chris Smalling has started all of Manchester United’s FA Cup matches this campaign, and could partner Jonny Evans in the centre of defence. Antonio Valencia, Anderson and, hat-trick hero against Norwich, Shinji Kagawa should also all return to the side. Phil Jones (ankle) remains sidelined, while Paul Scholes (knee) is a doubt for the match. Midfield enforcer Darren Fletcher (illness) is out for the remainder of the season. Rafa Benitez left Juan Mata on the bench in the Europa League last 16 match against Steaua ...
Real Madrid will offer Tottenham €70m for Gareth Bale, according to reports in the British Press today. The Mirror have confirmed that Los Blancos will go all-out to sign the Wales international in the summer and could offer the 23-year-old a five-year contract worth €11.5m per season. The tabloid believes that Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Chelsea are also interested in the winger, but Jose Mourinho's side are in pole position to land his signature. Bale has been in sensational form this term for the North London club, scoring 16 goals in 24 Premier League appearances.
Ronaldo Hits Back At Ferguson Former Brazil striker Ronaldo said Real Madrid's 2-1 Champions League win over Manchester United on Tuesday served to shut Alex Ferguson's mouth, after the United boss called him 'fat' in the build-up to the game. DETAILS... During Monday's pre-game press conference Ferguson was asked to compare the former Madrid attacker Ronaldo [Luis Nazario de Lima] with his namesake the current Los Blancos star [Cristiano] Ronaldo. The Scot replied that Cristiano was a better all-round player than the "fat, old" Ronaldo, who had scored a hat-trick on Madrid's last visit to Old Trafford in 2003. The Portuguese attacker then did not match that performance during this year's game, looking affected by the emotion of his return to his former club, but still scoring Madrid's winner in a game that hinged on the controversial sending off of United winger Nani early in the Second Half with home side 1-0 ahead. The Brazilian Ronaldo, 36, retired as a player in 2011 after a long series of knee injur ...
I am absolutely ECSTATIC to come home from work to learn that Real Madrid has won their round against Manchester United, advancing to the quarter finals of the Champions League in pursuit of a legendary TENTH European title. My boy, Cristiano Ronaldo put a nail in the coffin by scoring the winning goal, against his old team. TOADASO to everyone that doubted me when I said Los Blancos would win :P
Real Madrid vs Barcelona Player Ratings Real Madrid Diego Lopez - 6 Lopez didn't exactly have much to do throughout the game but he could have done much better to prevent Messi from equalising in the first half, after leaving too big a gap at his near post, allowing the Argentinean an easy target to fire at. Michael Essien - 7.5 The Ghana international once again displayed his versatility by putting in a tireless shift at right-back, and did well to completely mark David Villa out of the game. Essien also bombed forward whenever possible and played a key role as Real recorded an impressive win. Sergio Ramos - 8 Ramos got off to a shaky start as he struggled to keep up with Messi's off-the-ball movement, and conceded a number of fouls in dangerous positions. Nonetheless, he gradually found his rhythm and popped up with the winner in the 82nd minute when he sent an expertly-guided header into the top corner. Raphael Varane - 8.5 Still only 19, Varane is arguably Los Blancos' best centre-back now and he was ...
Roura 'satisfied' with players Barcelona assistant Jordi Roura was 'satisfied' with his team despite losing 2-1 to bitter rivals Real Madrid. Lionel Messi's first half strike was cancelled by goals from Karim Benzema and Sergio Ramos, as Los Blancos cut the gap at the top of the table to 13 points. But the Blaugrana Coach has claimed that his men were worth at least a draw. “I am satisfied with the attitude of the team,” he told reporters. “We were close to getting a point. “The Bernabeu is always a difficult place to come.” Football espana Admin andrew
Real Madrid vs. Manchester United: More domination from Los Blancos, but no goals
Manchester United - Real Madrid not all about Ronaldo, claims Evans Ferdinand: Ronaldo will get fantastic reception from Manchester United fans By Oladimeji Ayodeji Dejlas The Red Devils center back believes there is more to Los Blancos than the Portugal star and that both clubs have a lot of expectations to live up to ahead of their clash this week Jonny Evans claims that Manchester United's game against Real Madrid is not all about Cristiano Ronaldo facing his former club. The Northern Ireland international believes that the clash is the highlight of the round due to the history between the two clubs and not just the Portuguese star. "I am sure one or two of the lads have kept in contact and Nani was on international duty with him," Evans told the club's official website. "I don't know if he has spoken to anyone, but I am sure he is looking forward to the game as much as we are. "But I don't think it is just about Cristiano Ronaldo. It goes back further. There is the history of the two clubs. It is the ...
    Latest Scores Played February 2, 2013 9:00 PM UTC Granada 1 - 0 Real Madrid Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes — Granada | Attendance: 23000 Referee: Antonio Mateu Play by Play Granada 1-0 Real Madrid: Ronaldo own goal gifts Andalusians three precious points The Portugal international put through his own net midway through the first half to consign the Liga champions to their fifth defeat of the season By Mark Doyle Feb 2, 2013 10:50:00 PM Cristiano Ronaldo sensationally scored in his own net as Real Madrid slumped to a shock 1-0 defeat away to Granada on Saturday night. In trying to head clear a corner from Nolito, the Portugal international inadvertently deflected the ball past a stunned Diego Lopez. The reigning Liga champions, led by a determined Ronaldo, tried desperately to rally, but substitute Karim Benzema squandered a gilt-edged opportunity to *** a point in the dying seconds and the hosts held on to claim a win which lifted them out of the bottom three. Los Blancos had score .. ...
Real Madrid vs. FC Barcelona. The Clásico. It’s a match that’s eagerly awaited by fans from all around the globe, and this evening the two giants of Spanish football will face off for the fourth time this season. Since Tito Vilanova took charge of the Barça bench the Blaugrana have defeated Real Madrid once (3-2, Spanish Super Cup away leg), lost once (2-1, Spanish Super Cup return leg) and tied once (2-2, Liga). Slow start in La Liga hasn’t stopped Madrid in the Cup Real Madrid’s La Liga campaign has been riddled with inconsistency. However, the Spanish capital-based side, despite trailing the Blaugrana by 15 points, are showing signs of the form that took them to last year’s domestic title. Since the beginning of the calendar year Los Blancos haven’t tasted defeat. Of their five games in 2013, they’ve won three (Valencia - twice -, and Getafe) tied two (Valencia and Osasuna). In addition, they’ve netted 12 goals and only conceded one. Ones to watch José Mourinho will be without five . ...
1. Cristiano Ronaldo (center) – He led Real Madrid to their first title in four years and he did it in style, scoring some spectacular goals. He finished the season with 46 goals and 12 assists, but you can’t use just numbers to describe the influence he had on Los Blancos. He was the heart and soul of the title-winning side and out-performed Messi in the key game between the two sides at the Camp Nou in April.
From the Copa Alfonso XIII to the Copa Del Rey The Cup competition has gone through four name changes throughout its history: Alfonso XIII, Presidente, Generalísimo and del Rey. In this time, Barça have played 31 matches against Los Blancos, of which the Blaugrana won 15, tied 6 and lost 10. It goes without saying that the rivalry is ancient. Barça and Real Madrid faced off against each other for the first time in 1902, when the competition was named Copa Alfonso XII. It was a semifinal playoff, and Barça sent Madrid out with a 3-1 score (single elimination format). Hans Gamper, FC Barcelona founder, featured in the starting line-up. Since then the rivalry grew more fierce, leaving fans with unforgettable and historic matches. FC Barcelona have won the title 26 tiles - this is why the team is known as the King of Cups - and have finished second on nine occasions. Last season Barça won the Cup when the Blaugrana defeated Athletic Club Bilbao by 3 to 0 at the Vicente Calderón. Messi and Pedro (2) were ...
Back Pass, Jan., 25 Part 1 Barcelona defender Gerard Pique says the last eight Copa Del Rey victory over Malaga was a fair result and suggests that semifinal opponents Real Madrid will feel the absence of goalkeeper Iker Casillas. The Blaugrana came out 6-4 aggregate victors after a pulsating encounter with Malaga which means they will face Jose Mourinho's men in the last four. But the 25-year-old admits that they were matched all the way by Manuel Pellegrini's side. Last night's result has set up a mouth-watering clash with Real Madrid which is scheduled to be played on January 30, and Pique thinks the loss of their skipper, who fractured a finger against Valencia, is a big blow to Los Blancos. Deliberation: Will the absence of Iker Casillas matter much?
FOOTBALL:- [La Liga] Real Madrid star Mesut Ozil has claimed that we would be happy to finish his career with the Spanish giants. Los Blancos have endured a difficult season to date, with Jose Mourinho coming under fire from fans and some sections of the press after a number of disappointing results. However, the Germany international is very content with life at the Bernabeu since moving to the Spanish capital in 2010.
 border=
No Ronaldo, no goals for Madrid No Cristiano Ronaldo, no spark. That was the outcome of one of Real Madrid's most lacklustre performances of the season Saturday night in Pamplona as La Liga basement dwellers Osasuna held the champions to a 0-0 stalemate. Los Blancos' Portuguese talisman stayed in Madrid to serve a one-match ban (for collecting his fifth yellow card of the season in the 4-3 win over Real Sociedad) as his teammates could only muster a point against a side bottom of the division and without a win in their last six matches - drawing one, losing five - going into the match at the Estadio Reyno de Navarra. And Ronaldo's absence was painfully evident for the Madridistas. who watched on to see their side produce arguably their most disappointing performance of the season. Jose Mourinho's men were sluggish in attack, struggled to carve out clear-cut chances in front of goal, and when chances were created could not provide the clinical touch needed in front of goal. Jose Callejon can be perhaps rig ...
White House President Trump Donald Trump North Korea Jordan Spieth Anthony Scaramucci Home Alone Chris Froome Girls Trip Sean Spicer Prince William Stranger Things Charlie Gard Justice League Princes William Prince Harry Princess Diana World Series Jared Kushner Man Utd Manchester United Linkin Park Wonder Woman Chester Bennington World Cup Trump Jr Islamic State Justine Damond Black Panther New Zealand British Open Donald Trump Jr Manchester City Israeli Embassy San Diego Gold Cup Premier League Royal Birkdale Jeff Sessions Real Madrid Katy Perry Jeremy Corbyn Michael Phelps New Trump Prince George Robert Mueller Chuck Schumer New Jersey Ben Affleck Michelle Pfeiffer Roger Waters Prospect Park Des Plaines Con International Tate Modern Trump Tower Southeast Asian Mutual Fund De Blasio Health Law Roger Federer Salvador Dali Rand Paul Jennifer Lopez Ben Needham White Sox Kellyanne Conway Ready Player One Team Sky Joint Chiefs Hawaii Five Army Sgt Las Vegas Middle East Seth Meyers Peanut Butter Vice President Mike Pence Arab World Amy Winehouse Environmental Protection Agency President Donald Trump True Blood Sarah Huckabee Sanders Man City Puerto Vallarta Grenfell Tower Star Trek Attorney General Jeff Sessions Scott Pruitt Real Madrid 1 Air Force Ghost Story Gerald R. Ford Peter Capaldi Harley Quinn Hurricane Harbor West Bank Jerrell Freeman South Sudan City Hall
© 2017