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Stop Spreading Sh*t': Isco Hits Out at Spanish Paper After Claims of Him Refusing to Warm Up Emerge


Breaking news ; Luka Modric wins Golden Ball award


Zinedine Zidane Reveals Admiration for Liverpool Star & Admits 'I Rate Him a Lot'


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Real Madrid Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo Makes History With Stunning Strike Against Dortmund


Zidane unruffled as Madrid crumble in Catalonia

Real Madrid can still retain their La Liga title insisted coach Zinedine Zidane despite slumping to a shock 2-1 defeat at Girona on Sunday on their much-anticipated return to Catalonia.
The European champions hadn’t set foot in the deeply divided region over Catalan independence since a violence-marred referendum on October 1 sparked a political crisis across Spain.
Just days after the central Spanish government imposed home rule on Catalonia to nullify the local separatist leaders’ attempts to declare independence, Madrid were expected to enter the eye of the storm in the pro-independence hotbed of Girona, just over 100 kilometres northeast of Barcelona.
However, there were only a smattering of chants in favour of independence amid a largely party atmosphere with Spanish flags also waved by the Madrid support.
The locals’ celebrations were sparked by events on the field as Girona beat Zidane’s all-conquering superstars in the first ever meeting between the sides.
“We said before the…

Ronaldo set to retain world award

Cristiano Ronaldo is in line to retain his crown as FIFA men’s player of the year in London on Monday night, Daily Mail reports.

The Real Madrid and Portugal superstar is up against rival Barcelona forward Lionel Messi and Paris St Germain’s Neymar for the award he won last year.

The ceremony, which takes place at the London Palladium, is the second since the FIFA award once again split from the Ballon d’Or prize.
Ronaldo has scored 44 goals for club and country so far in 2017 and scored twice in the Champions League final in June as Real retained the trophy and became European champions for a record-extending 12th time
Messi has hit 50 goals for Barca and Argentina while Neymar, the world’s most expensive player after he left Barcelona for PSG in the summer, has 25 goals to his name for Barca, PSG and Brazil.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is up for the top men’s coach award along with Ronaldo’s Real boss …

Ronaldo sells one of his Balloon d'Ors

Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo, has auctioned one of his four Ballon d’Ors for a whopping €600,000 at a charity auction.
Ronaldo is giving every penny made from the sale, to the Make-A-Wish charity.
The organisation attempts to grant one wish to children fighting life-threatening conditions.
Ronaldo first won the award with Manchester United in 2008 and then a further three times with Real in 2013, 2014 and 2016.
The 32-year-old specifically asked for the replica of his 2013 award to be auctioned.
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola also took part in the event, spending €30,000 to watch a boxing match in Manchester and had a meet and greet with the two coaches.


Real Madrid are preparing a €200 million bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane as they seek a long-term successor to Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Los Blancos have seen Ronaldo struggle for goals this season, while fellow BBC members Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale have endured fitness and form issues.

Real Madrid cult hero Guti savagely trolls Barcelona fans after defeat [Tweet]

On Sunday afternoon, Barcelona fans were in a joyous mood as Real Madrid stuttered to their fourth straight draw in all competitions.

Borussia Dortmund's Aubameyang Confirms Manchester City and Real Madrid Interest in His Signature

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has revealed that Manchester City held talks with his representatives in a bid to sign him during the summer.

Dortmund youngster Emre Mor gets picture of him and Cristiano Ronaldo printed on his phone case

Dortmund youngster Emre Mor gets picture of him and Cristiano Ronaldo printed on his phone case

Selfish Ronaldo must understand Madrid comes first after latest tantrum

The Portuguese was withdrawn by Zinedine Zidane in the 72nd minute and made no effort to hide his disappointment, with Las Palmas going on to claim a draw from the match.

Pepe: People 'hated' Real Madrid during Jose Mourinho era

Pepe believes Real Madrid were "hated" during the spell in which they were coached by Jose Mourinho.

Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid lose FIFA appeals against one-year transfer bans

Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have lost their appeals to FIFA against one-year transfer bans for breaking rules protecting underage players.

Jese Rodriguez seals move to Paris Saint-Germain from Real Madrid

Paris Saint-Germain have completed their fifth summer signing with Real Madrid winger Jese Rodriguez the latest player to arrive at Parc des Princes.

Robert Lewandowski won't join Real Madrid - Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti

Bayern Munich boss Carlo Ancelotti says Robert Lewandowski will not be allowed to join Real Madrid this summer.

Real Madrid vs Deportivo La Coruna LIVE: Zinedine Zidane takes charge of first game as Cristiano Ronaldo and Co look to get back to winning ways

Real Madrid welcome Deportivo La Coruna to the Santiago Bernabeu Zinedine Zidane takes charge of first game since being appointed new bossREAL XI: Navas, Carvahal, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo, Modric, Kroos, Isco, Bale, Ronaldo, BenzemaDEPORTIVO XI: Lux, Navarro, Arribas, Sidnei, Fajr, Luis Alberto, Cartabia, Juanfran, Pedro Mosquera, Bergantinos, Lucas


'With all my respect and thanks... HALA MADRID and NOTHING ELSE.' Benitez is due to receive £7million in compensation from Madrid after getting the boot seven months into his contract. That works out as £32,500 for every day the Spaniard was in charge at the Bernabeu.
Rafa Benitez has broken his silence following his dismissal as Real Madrid head coach, claiming it was 'an honour and a privilege' to have been given the opportunity to take charge at the Bernabeu. Benitez was relieved of his duties after just seven months in the Madrid hotseat, with club president Florentino Perez replacing the Spaniard with Zinedine Zidane on Monday evening.
Benitez may well feel aggrieved at having not been given more time to fully implement his ideas just 25 games after taking over from Carlo Ancelotti last summer, but the 55-year-old has released a statement full of dignity following his sacking.

Danilo feels he's now Real Madrid first-choice

Real Madrid fullback Danilo feels he's established himself in recent games. Danilo began the season injured after arriving in the summer from Porto. "It's going better than I expected. I've settled in well and have managed to play regularly.
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