Spanish Paper Talk: Real Madrid’s ‘GPS’ Earns Praise For His Accuracy

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Enrique asks for more pressing from his Barca players…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos is singled out for praise for his contribution to the team.


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– Madrid’s GPS.

– Kroos dazzles. The German impresses his teammates with his 94 per cent pass accuracy.

– Carlo Ancelotti unsettled him when explaining what he wanted: he wasn’t expecting to play so deep.

– Gareth Bale: In the starting line-up but only if he works like James and Isco.

– Copa del Rey – Cornella: Tomorrow work…and later, Madrid.

– A team of workers.

– Gala LFP 2013-14: another treble from Cristiano: Best Player, Best Striker, Best Goal.

– Best Goalkeeper: Keylor Navas.

– Best Defender: Sergio Ramos.

– Best Midfielder: Luka Modric.

– Best Attacking Midfielder: Andres Iniesta.

– Best Newcomer: Rafinha.

– Best Coach: Cholo Simeone.

– Best South American: Bacca.

– Best African: Brahimi.


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– Madrid goal feast.

– Keylor Navas, Sergio Ramos, Modric and a hat-trick from Ronaldo.

– Zinedine Zidane banned for three months: Competitions Committee sanctions him for coaching without qualifications.

– Real Madrid will appeal and say his certificate is valid in France.

– Mario Mandzukic: “We stretch our legs to win”.

– Jeremy Mathieu: “I was surprised to play as a left-back at the Bernabeu”.

– Pep Guardiola will not be banned: the referee doesn’t place the incident on record.


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– “More pressure”.

– Luis Enrique will ask his men for more ‘pressing’, support and concentration.

– The other Barca, now! The Coach must return to his original exciting project.

– Zidane banned for three months: he will be unable to sit on the Madrid Castilla bench.

– Supercopa de Catalunya: Sergio Garcia will not make it in time.

– Luis Suarez: From El Clasico to the derby.

– Cornella get ready for their great party.

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