Spanish Paper Talk: ‘The Changing Of The Guard’ For Spain

Del Bosque defends Diego Costa from criticism after another firing another blank…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as the national team could be about to experience a ‘changing of the guard’ with new faces to come in.


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– The Changing Of The Guard.

– Paco Alcacer and David De Gea are the icons of a new Spain.

– Luxembourg examination; La Roja and their alarming goalscoring spiral.

– Joubert, the opposition ‘keeper: “Casillas has been in decline for two years”.

– Karim Benzema’s run continues; he scored a goal and CR7 played 76 minutes, as anticipated.

– The ‘No 10’ this time was Neymar; he wore it in Peking’s Birds’ Nest and Messi missed a penalty.

– November comeback; Jese is ready: he will resume training with Madrid next week.


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– Vicente Del Bosque Defends Diego Costa.

– “He has a fantastic attitude and enormous desire”. However, despite his form for Chelsea, Costa can’t replicate it for the national team.

– The national team boss chances his arm against Luxembourg and announces five changes.

– Benzema bursts out with the French; he scored the first and provided the second. Cristiano ends up being substituted with ice on his left knee.

– Neymar overcomes Messi; the Argentine misses a penalty again.

– Morocco asks to postpone the 2015 African Nations Cup because of Ebola.

– Atletico’s Calcutta franchise debuts today.


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– What’s Coming is Coming!.

– Luis Suarez, Messi and Neymar sharpen their weapons ahead of the Bernabeu Clasico.

– The Uruguayan, Argentine and Brazilian promise to form an impressive trident.

– Brazil 2 Argentina 0; Messi misses a penalty and Ney leads the ‘Canarinho’ triumph.

– La Roja, obliged to win, will make five changes.

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