We chat with Barcelona's Xavi about Barcelona's season, Euro 2012 and his own fitness and future, writes James Martin.
Pop Quiz: What's your best starting XI in football? Before you answer, remember one key caveat -- you can only pick one player per team. Here are some thoughts.
Was Chelsea lucky to beat Benfica in the Champions League quarterfinals? That's the question we're asking.
With the return leg of the Copa del Rey quarters between Real Madrid and Barcelona upon us, Ray Hudson stops by to chat Clasico, Pepe and what -- if anything -- Jose Mourinho can do to beat his rival.
Stop us if you've seen this movie before -- Real Madrid came out guns blazing, only to see its archrival Barcelona come away with the win, writes James Martin.
Talking the Clasico with Gol TV's Phil Schoen.
At a time when Barcelona is struggling and the Spanish press has proclaimed that Messi is human (no, really), Real Madrid is ripping through opponents, writes James Martin.
FIFA 12 is one of the most successful video games of all time, but does the latest edition of EA's franchise live up to the hype? James Martin takes a closer look.
La Liga powers Real Madrid and Barcelona -- along with Chelsea of the EPL -- regained their winning ways with lopsided victories in domestic league action, writes James Martin.
Will Real Madrid catch Barcelona? Can La Liga teams compete in the EPL? And will Malaga cause a stir in the league? These are some of the questions posed to GolTV commentator Phil Schoen.
Another Clasico ended in chaos, a bench-clearing brawl, as Barcelona defeated Real Madrid for the Supercopa, writes James Martin.
ESPN.com takes an inside look into Barcelona's La Masia training school.
Barcelona thoroughly dominated Manchester United 3-1 to win the Champions League title, writes James Martin.
We chatted with Gol TV's Ray Hudson about the upcoming Champions League final.
After three matches marred by gamesmanship and a war of words between Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, Real and Barca face off in the final "Hell" Clasico act.
In the ugliest match of the four Clasicos so far, Barcelona defeated a 10-man Real Madrid 2-0 after Pepe was sent off with a straight red card, writes James Martin.