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Barcelona are back on top of the league after finishing with 100 points to win La Liga. Mourinho is on his way out of Real Madrid and a new manager will have to find a way to stop Tito Villanova's club. Messi and Ronaldo continue their celebrated statistical duel, but new Barca star Neymar threatens to get in on the act. Atletico Madrid are the King's Cup Champions, and clubs like Malaga and Valencia still hope to challenge the big two for next season's title.


Atlético de Madrid

Aupa, Atléti! Diego Simeone is leading Atlético Madrid to new heights. Radamel Falcao is banging in goals for fun as the Rojiblanco push for a place at the top of La Liga's standings. Having just won their 2nd Europa League trophy in just 3 seasons, and tacking on a 2012 UEFA Super Cup just for good measure, this version of Atlético Madrid looks capable of winning the league.

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A series of unfortunate events diminished what should have been a celebratory off-season for Barcelona. Tito Vilanova, who led Barcelona to a record 100 points in the 2012/13 season, left the club to fight his greatest battle. "Tata" Martino replaces him, with an explosive signing in Neymar to bolster the front line for the upcoming season. However, will these revisions be enough to compensate for the questionable defense? Will Barcelona be able to avenge the 7-0 agg. loss to Bayern Munich and reassert themselves at the pinnacle of European power? Strap yourselves in, because this season looks to be one of the most unpredictable in years.

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Real Madrid

Glamour, class and winning come to mind when you think of Real Madrid. Honored by FIFA as the most successful football club of the 20th century, Real Madrid has won a record 31 La Liga titles and 9 UEFA Champions Leagues. Dressed in an iconic all white kit, Real Madrid did more than any other club to promote international European club competition under the foresight of President Santiago Bernabéu Yeste, for whom the club’s coliseum is named. Boasting a young and devilishly talented squad managed by José Mourinho, captained by Iker Casillas, and led by Cristiano Ronaldo, the future is very bright for Los Merengues. ¡Hala Madrid!

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¡Amunt Valencia! A period of instability has reached Valencia. Managerial changes are being made season by season as the club look for stability and success that their history demands. Soldado ever deadly, along with new replacements to fill large shoes left behind by Villa and Silva, debts slowly reducing, will Los Che get it back together to make a push for the top spots in the table?

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La Selección

Spain recently conquered Europe, now they have their sights set on South Africa. With qualification already wrapped up, new players should get their opportunities in the remaining qualification matches and friendly matches to come. This is tiki-taka football at its finest!

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