Clasico 2011 Related Content
Don´t miss the biggest club football rivalry in the world as FC Barcelona clash once again with Real Madrid for the 2nd time this week.
The 2010-11 Copa Del Rey Final - Barcelona vs Real Madrid 2011
After 18 long waiting years, Real Madrid will once again challenge for the Copa del Rey Trophy. Winning the first trophy with a new club is best done as soon as possible so the team can get used to winning ways and silverware. This is a well known strategy Jose Mourinho has now successfully achieved with former clubs FC Porto... Read the rest of the article »
Mourinho announces his starting line-up one day before the match kick-off.
The following is the Real Madrid squad announced for the Copa Del Rey Final:
Keepers: Casillas, Adán, Dudek
Defenders: Carvalho, Pepe, Sérgio Ramos, Marcelo, Arbeloa, Garay
Mid-Field: Kaká, Granero, Xabi Alonso, Ozil e Khedira.
Attack: Adebayor, Cristiano Ronaldo, Benzema, Higuaín, Di María
In a recent poll on spanish newspaper Marca, Madrid supporters have voted... Read the rest of the article »
Eighteen years later, Real Madrid look to become champions of Copa Del Rey 2011 in the Mestalla at Barcelona's expense.
Real Madrid missed a golden opportunity to shorten the gap from Barcelona in the chase for La Liga's title. La Liga title is surely Barcelona`s now. Wednesday's Copa Del Rey Final match offers a chance of redemption for the Galactico squad and an opportunity to show what they have learnt from Clasico 2010.
Real Madrid's midfielders struggled to keep up with the collective teamwork of Pep Guardiola's... Read the rest of the article »
Barcelona vs Real Madrid may turn into a “attacking vs defending battle” but tennis star Rafael Nadal wouldn’t be bothered by that. Live Soccer TV asks you if Real Madrid’s negativity is acceptable.
Defending is certainly an art but the average football fan will tell you that stylish football is about making accurate passes and attacking. Barcelona follow more the latter, and whereas some insist that their game is boring, others can’t see how soccer could be played better than the Catalans do.
“A result is not honourable if it’s not achieved through beauty”; this... Read the rest of the article »
Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi is a battle that most Real Madrid and Barcelona fans anticipate when it’s time for El Clasico. Live Soccer TV compares Ronaldo with Messi and reveals more...
Cristiano Ronaldo: Time To Score vs Barcelona
Cristiano Ronaldo has been scoring goals at Real Madrid like rain pours down in England. The Portuguese winger, despite not being a typical striker, has netted almost as much goals as appearances for the Spanish giants since joining them back in 2009.
Recently, Cristiano Ronaldo has been in scintillating form for Real Madrid – putting... Read the rest of the article »
There are at least 8 money-related issues you perhaps don’t know concerning the recent story of the Real Madrid vs Barcelona rivalry. Live Soccer TV invites you to know more ahead of El Clasico.
Welcome to Saturday’s showdown between the team that has it all when it comes to money and the team that rests most on their home products. What could we be talking about but Saturday’s Real Madrid vs Barcelona match at the Santiago Bernabeu?
It’s El Clasico time! Eventually, Live Soccer TV gives you an opportunity to know 8 interesting facts about the differences that exists... Read the rest of the article »
Jose Mourinho’s silence during the Real Madrid vs Barcelona press conference angers the Spanish press. A boycott of the meeting follows...
El Clasico is just around the corner and Jose Mourinho is at it again! The outspoken coach, whose statements often help papers sell even better, made an interesting decision on Friday ahead of Real Madrid vs Barcelona aka El Clasico.
It was press conference time but the “Special One” did something rather “extraordinary”. Simply, he didn’t open his mouth once! That’s the unpredictable... Read the rest of the article »
Is it fair to say that Saturday’s El Clasico, Real Madrid vs Barcelona, is not important from Los Blancos’ point of view? Captain Iker Casillas actually thinks that such a thing is “disrespectful”.
Eight points put Real Madrid well behind Barcelona at the top of La Liga’s table. However, this gap could prove minimal in terms of mathematical possibilities. Between this weekend and the end of the domestic campaign in Spain, there will be as much as 21 more points available for both Barca and Real Madrid.
Three of those will be at stake at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday and goalkeeper... Read the rest of the article »