Spanish Paper Talk: Carlo Ancelotti Valued More Than Ever By Real Madrid

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In contrast, disappointment within the Barcelona camp…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as reaction to El Clasico continues to dominate with Carlo Ancelotti receiving plenty of praise.


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– Carlo magnanimous.

– Ancelotti reconstructs Madrid and transforms them into a solid team.

– The dressing room considers him the great architect of Madrid’s excellent form. Within the club he is more valued than ever.

– Comeback in four minutes..and co-leaders!

– Mario Mandzukic scores and Moya saves.

– Barca’s regeneration has not happened yet.

– Arrasate sentenced. The bets are on the German boss in fashion: Tuchel.

– Seven goals in eight games. Napoli star Jose Callejon, Calcio’s top goalscorer.


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– More than a victory.

– The Bernabeu Clasico sends Barca into depression.

– Ancelotti’s team equals the record goals of the 1959 Madrid team.

– Atletico not out of step. A goal from Mandzukic decides a rough match.

– Sevilla are co-leaders: they mount a comeback between the 88th and 93rd minutes.

– Guardiola loses his temper: he confronts the fourth official in the draw with Borussia (0-0).


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– Heads or tails.

– Barca competed well until 2-1 but need to correct their mistakes to be more solid.

– The Bernabeu insults remain unpunished: Chamartin lets fly with shouts classified as ‘intolerant’ but the anti-violence unit looks the other way.

– 1 The incorporation of Luis Suarez into the trident.

– 2 According to the statistics it wasn’t a disaster.

– 3 There’s a lot of room for improvement and plenty of time.

– 1 At set-pieces they are still vulnerable.

– 2 Luche contradicts himself with the old style.

– 3 Invisible reinforcements and a bench without spark.

– Iniesta, two weeks out but he wants to play against Ajax: Rakitic, a surprising replacement.

– Pepe provokes.

– Sevilla 2 Villarreal 1: the submarine sunk in two minutes.

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