Manchester United v Barcelona – A Light At The End Of A Long, Listless Champions League Tunnel?

After a whole lot of not much at all, the two strongest clubs in European football will meet in the Champions League final for the second time in three years. Hopefully, the contest won’t prove as bereft of promise as the rest of the tournament.

Barcelona v Real Madrid, Game 4: Of Heroes & Villains, El Clasico Style

Barcelona are through to the Champions League final but Jose Mourinho, forced to watch from a hotel for security reasons, did not get his wish. Pep Guardiola cannot claim credit for his managerial genius as the Blaugrana were aided by yet another controversial officiating decision.

European Lights: Champions & Europa League Semi-Final First Legs

The first legs of the Champions and Europa League semis are in the books. As with the quarter-finals, most of the results have left little doubt as to who will be heading to Wembley and the Aviva Stadiums at the end of May.

Real Madrid v Barcelona, Game 3: Advantage Messi!

Wednesday’s third installment of El Clasico finally went Barcelona’s way but despite two excellent goals from Lionel Messi, the Catalans had to use less than scrupulous methods to achieve the result.

Arsenal & Arsene Fall Short Again

John Carrigy debuts on WFC with a brief but damning assessment of Arsene Wenger’s Gunners.

Real Madrid v Barcelona – Intermission

Real Madrid and Barcelona get a short reprieve from each others company, although it is a working holiday.

Real Madrid v Barcelona, Game 2: Advantage Ronaldo!

Second verse, same as the first. Real and Barca dueled to a ninety minute draw at the Mestalla on Wednesday evening. This was a Cup Final, however, and Pep Guardiola was again dismayed to find that Jose Mourinho was well prepared to face him in a knockout situation.

Real Madrid v Barcelona, Game 1: The Battle Lines Are Drawn In The El Clasico War

Real more than held their own at the Bernabeu, with the only embarrassing performance in El Clasico coming from the referee. Next stop, a Copa del Rey suddenly without a clear favourite.

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