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Real Madrid transfer news – Bale, Kaka, Suarez and Ozil 0

Posted on September 02, 2013 by admin

About an hour ago, Gareth Bale was finally presented to the Real Madrid fans at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium. This completes the longest running transfer of the summer. Almost 30,000 fans were there to see the Wales international, who is now the second most expensive footballer in history, just a little behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

The arrival of Bale seems to have triggered more business at the club, with Brazilian midfielder Kaka returning to his former club AC Milan in Italy’s Serie A. Kaka is also in the top five of transfers, but Madrid will get nothing back for him and his time at Madrid will have to be seen as a very expensive failure.

Ancelotti to rescue Real Madrid career of Kaka 0

Posted on July 16, 2013 by admin

If anybody knows how to get the best out of Real Madrid’s Brazilian midfielder Kaka, surely it is Carlo Ancelotti. The Italian coach was the manager at AC Milan for the whole six seasons that Kaka was there. During that time, the player won the Ballon D’Or and the FIFA World Player of the Year before they were merged, and Ancelotti is convinced that he can make the 31-year old rediscover some of that form for Real Madrid this season.

Real Madrid transfer news – Higuain, Kaka and Pepe 0

Posted on July 08, 2013 by admin

Carlo Ancelotti is trying to stamp his authority on to the Real Madrid team, and is working closely with the club president Florentino Perez in order to make sure that he has the players he wants to make that happen. Madrid have already done some good work in this summer transfer window, bringing in Isco, Illaramendi and Carvajal, but Ancelotti needs to consider the players who are already at the club as well.

Three players who were thought to be on their way out of the Bernabeu this summer were the Brazilian midfielder Kaka, the Argentinean striker Gonzalo Higuain and the Portuguese defender Pepe. There are issues to be resolved with all three of this players, for various reasons.

Di Maria Red spoils Real Madrid win [with highlights] 0

Posted on February 25, 2013 by admin

Angel Di Maria received possibly the stupidest red card I have ever seen, to spoil what was looking like a great result for Real Madrid. Jose Mourinho knows he will not catch Barcelona to win La Liga, but there is still the small matter of overtaking Atletico Madrid for second place, and building momentum, so he will be pleased with the win.

Mourinho rested some key players for the trip to bottom-of-the-table Deportivo, but must still have been surprised at how much his team struggled. Deportivo sensed that the Madrid team was thinking about tomorrow’s Copa Del Rey second leg Clasico, and they very nearly took advantage. The striker Riki was a real thorn in the side throughout, and he gave Depor a deserved lead before half time, beating Lopez at the near post.

Real Madrid fans want Kaka back for Barcelona and Man United 0

Posted on February 19, 2013 by admin

It seemed as if the Brazilian midfielder Kaka was on his way out of Real Madrid in the summer, and then again in the January transfer window, but the deals never quite materialised. After a great performance in Madrid’s 2-o victory over Rayo Vallecano on Sunday, however, his career at the Bernabeu may have a new lease of life. He worked tirelessly and showed great skill, especially after Sergio Ramos was sent off.

Good Real Madrid win ruined by terrible referee Romero (with highlights) 0

Posted on February 18, 2013 by admin

Jose Mourinho must be absolutely furious after seeing his Real Madrid side on the wrong side of a whole string of strange and incorrect decisions by the referee Paradas Romero. Thankfully, the result was not affected, and the player he sent off for two yellow cards will only miss next weekend’s game against Deportivo.

It was a real shame for the young striker Alvaro Morata who was given his first start in La Liga by Mourinho. The 20-year old striker who has done so well in the Madrid B team opened the scoring in the third minute after a sweeping move involving Ronaldo and Kaka. The Brazilian midfielder was also given a rare start and was determined to show that he can still grace any football pitch.

Mourinho rotates Real Madrid ahead of Man United UCL game 0

Posted on February 09, 2013 by admin

Jose Mourinho and his Real Madrid players are not expecting any miracles in La Liga. With 15 league games left, Barcelona are 16 points ahead and so Madrid have given up on retaining the title. All of their effort will now be concentrated on the Champions league and the Copa Del Rey.

With the visit of Manchester United to the Bernabeu on Wednesday firmly in mind, Mourinho has not included Xabi Alonso, Varane, Marcelo and Di Maria in the squad. These players are not really injured but have small niggles that Mourinho does not want to risk aggravating.

Real Madrid will not be selling Kaka to AC Milan 0

Posted on January 22, 2013 by admin

It appears that the Brazilian midfielder Kaka will be a Real Madrid player, at least until the summer, after talks broke down with the Seria A club AC Milan. The 30-year old signed from Milan for €65 million in 2009 and has a contract at the Bernabeu until 2015. He has dropped further and further down the pecking order at the club since Jose Mourinho took the reigns, and was happy to make the move back to his former club.

Di Maria thinks Refs are picking on Real Madrid 0

Posted on January 15, 2013 by admin

Real Madrid have been on the wrong side of some poor decisions this season, and it seems to have got worse recently. Kaka was sent off against Osasuna on Saturday for two yellow cards, both of which were extremely soft. The first was for an elbow when replays showed that he merely jumped with his hand up. The second was for impeding afree kick when the player just kicked the ball at him on purpose.

Mourinho must do without Alonso for Real Madrid vs. Real Zaragoza 0

Posted on November 02, 2012 by admin

The 30-year old midfield general, Xabi Alonso, played his 100th competitive game for Real Madrid in September and he has become one of the most reliable players at the club, if not the world. He also played his 100th game for the Spanish national side during Euro 2012. He marked that event with both goals as Spain beat France in the quarter finals, on their way to lifting the trophy again.

Jose Mourinho will have to shuffle his playing pack tomorrow, however, as Alonso is suspended for the game due to collecting his fifth yellow card in this La Liga season. Alonso has always been combative but does not normally get booked quite so often.

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