Spanish Paper Talk: Cristiano Ronaldo Crowned ‘Man of the Year’

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Portuguese international scores 63 goals in 2014…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid lose to AC Milan in a friendly in Dubai but Carlo Ancelotti isn’t too concerned.


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– The Man of the Year.

– Cristiano scored yesterday and closed 2014 with an unforgettable 63 goals.

– Real Madrid lose in the desert. The lack of intensity punishes Los Blancos in the friendly in Dubai.

– Carlo Ancelotti: “This defeat doesn’t hurt, it’s been a happy year”.

– Blow for Barca: CAS doesn’t forgive, without signings until 2016.

– Fernando Torres is already training with Atletico. “I want to play”.

– He sparks madness at Barajas on his arrival in the morning and in the afternoon was working alone under the supervision of ‘Profe’ Ortega.


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– Happy 2015! Bad end to a year of glory from Madrid.

– World Soccer and Montevideo’s El Pais choose Cristiano as the player of 2014.

– Torres to pass the medical examination today. First training at 12am at Cerro del Espina under Simeone’s orders.

– Barcelona will not be able to sign until 2016 CAS rejects the appeal and ratifies FIFA’s sanction Zubizarreta under a ban,

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– Abuse of Authority.

– CAS upholds Barca’s excessive sanction. Media release: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) dismisses Barcelona’s transfer ban appeal.

– The tribunal sides with FIFA and Barca will not be able to sign players until January 2016.

– Bartomeu describes the ban as disproportionate: “They have committed a great injustice with Barca”.

– The LFP comes out in defence of Barcelona. What have Barca done badly?

– Blatter, the everlasting scandal.

– The revenge of La Masia. Boys with broken dreams.

– Milan-Real Madrid 2-4: Milan bring down a Madrid in the clouds.

– Atletico Madrid: El Nino sparks Torresmania.

– Valencia: Enzo Perez, ready to play against Real Madrid.

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