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  1. Casillas the competitor still key for Spain

    Graham Hunter

    There's a fabulous picture of Iker Casillas that was taken last summer. It's not one of him on the beach in Ibiza with his partner Sara Carbonero and their child. It's not the kind of "happy snap" that annoyed Jose Mourinho so much when he was Rea...

    Blog | May 14, 2014
  2. Competitive Casillas still Spain's key

    Graham Hunter

    There's a fabulous picture of Iker Casillas that was taken last summer. It's not one of him on the beach in Ibiza with his partner Sara Carbonero and their child. It's not the kind of "happy snap" which annoyed Jose Mourinho so much when he was Real ...

    Blog | May 14, 2014
  3. Courtois and Casillas: a tale of two Madrid goalkeepers

    Graham Hunter

    Had you taken a view, based on his first two genuinely huge games for Atletico Madrid, it's feasible that you might not have backed Thibaut Courtois to handle the pressure he faces over the next week: two Champions League semifinal matches for a club...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  4. Atletico's UCL challenge, Jese's rise, Messi vs. Man City

    Graham Hunter

    In the San Siro in midweek there won't be just fans of AC Milan and Atletico Madrid, but surely some Inter Milan die-hards who've sneaked in and dared to dream. Dream that one day, soon, one of their heroes will return to drag them out of the mire. D...

    Blog | February 18, 2014
  5. Mourinho's act at Real had worn beyond thin

    Graham Hunter

    His unnecessary inability to avoid feuding with Iker Casillas will forever remain an unsightly scar on Jose Mourinho's reign at Real Madrid -- which, perhaps, awards ultimate victory in the battle of wills between two Iberian footballing powerhouses ...

    Blog | May 20, 2013
  6. Mourinho's act at Real had worn beyond thin

    Graham Hunter

    His unnecessary inability to avoid feuding with Iker Casillas will forever remain an unsightly scar on Jose Mourinho's reign at Real Madrid -- which, perhaps, awards ultimate victory in the battle of wills between two Iberian footballing powerhouses ...

    Blog | May 20, 2013
  7. Atletico grit trumps pouty Madrid in Copa final

    Graham Hunter

    The only thing which will be quivering more than the woodwork at the Bernabeu will be Jose Mourinho with indignation. For a bad loser at the best of times, this defeat, Real Madrid's first to Atletico Madrid in 14 years, means that if he leaves th...

    Blog | May 17, 2013
  8. Simeone smarts trumps malevolent Mourinho

    Graham Hunter

    The only thing which will be quivering more than the woodwork at the Bernabeu will be Jose Mourinho with indignation. For a bad loser at the best of times, this defeat, Real Madrid's first to Atletico Madrid in 14 years, means that if he leaves this...

    Blog | May 17, 2013
  9. Mourinho must maintain meritocracy at goalkeeper

    Graham Hunter

    Fortunately for Jose Mourinho -- and vicariously for Diego Lopez -- the Iker Casillas situation at Real Madrid remains clear cut now that he's about to be fit enough for duty again. Mourinho and Casillas have had an increasingly antagonistic relat...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  10. Mourinho must maintain meritocracy at goalkeeper

    Graham Hunter

    Fortunately for Jose Mourinho -- and vicariously for Diego Lopez -- the Iker Casillas situation at Real Madrid remains clear cut now that he's about to be fit enough for duty again. Mourinho and Casillas have had an increasingly antagonistic relatio...

    Blog | April 02, 2013
  11. If Mourinho's leaving, let the Copa be a coup de grace

    Graham Hunter

    Times have been so turbulent at the home of the Spanish champions of late that only the foolhardy would say "definitely," but there is sufficient indication that Spain may be about to see its final Camp Nou Clasico with Jose Mourinho in charge of Rea...

    Blog | February 25, 2013
  12. If Mourinho's leaving, let this Copa be a coup de grace

    Graham Hunter

    Times have been so turbulent at the home of the Spanish champions of late that only the foolhardy would say "definitely," but there is sufficient indication that Spain may be about to see its final Camp Nou Clasico with Jose Mourinho in cha...

    Blog | February 25, 2013
  13. David de Gea puts on a master class in United's draw with Real Ma...

    Graham Hunter

    As is so often the case, it was a night of absolute and clear Spanish supremacy in the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Classy, assured, dominant -- thrilling hundreds of thousands of fans all around the regal city of Madrid. But the man in question wor...

    Blog | February 13, 2013
  14. When the future meets the past

    Graham Hunter

    Danny Boyle might not be proven as the world's most astute football judge, but given that he has been responsible for bringing us sublime movies such as "Slumdog Millionaire" and "Trainspotting," plus the brilliant opening ceremony of the London Olym...

    Blog | February 12, 2013
  15. Real Madrid hitting form at a bad time for Manchester United

    Graham Hunter

    Back when Real Madrid needlessly dropped two Champions League points at Manchester City in November, Jose Mourinho was at his jaunty 'best' for the post-match television cameras in England. "Every time I have won the Champions League I've finis...

    Blog | January 22, 2013
  16. Spanish football sets the standard

    Graham Hunter

    What a night for Spanish football. I've long held that despite the 'up and at 'em', thud and blunder of the Premier League, the pockets of quality in English football and the tremendous fan culture there, La Liga is far and away the best pound fo...

    Blog | January 07, 2013