Category Archives: games
all set for Chile!
Spain plays Chile tonight (20h) in Geneva, in a battle of the “La Roja” teams!
con La Roja!
We may have lost to Brazil (congratulations to them), but I’m still proud of my team and to support La Roja. Volveremos.
P.S. As Mr. Chip pointed out, the reigning champion of the Confecup has never won the World Cup.
all set for Brazil!
Spain will be taking on Brazil in the final of the Confecup (Monday, 00h) after beating Italy following an agonizing penalty shootout that luckily had a happy ending.
Hopefully we’ll be able to pull off another Maracanazo and add to our trophy collection the only one that has resisted us so far!
all set for Italy!
Our opponent tonight in the semifinal of the Confecup (21h) is Italy, who is only in the tournament because we won the World Cup, and then beat them in the final of the Euro last year. Let’s do it again! At stake is a place in the final, where Brazil is waiting after having avoided a repeat of the “Maracanazo.”
ICYMI – Spain vs. Tahiti
Well, I think Tahiti has become my favorite rival out of all those whom Spain has played. The reason is not because Spain managed to score 10 goals, but rather for what happened before the game and after the game. Plus, the Tahitians got many of our boys to remove their shirts, so how could we not love them?
a little wrap up post
I don’t have time to make a proper ICYMI post, as this game occurred in the middle of Semana Santa, so you’ll have to do with this.
Pedro said after the game that he had no idea how the ball went in, but the important thing is that it went in!
all set for France!
Keep in mind somos España as we take on France at 21h tonight, with a spot in the 2014 World Cup at stake. Luckily for us, these two guys are scheduled to play.
Spain will debut a completely red kit (shirt, shorts, socks) for the game! Let’s go La Roja!
ICYMI – Spain vs. Uruguay
Spain took on Uruguay in a friendly in Doha, Qatar on Feb. 6, winning 3-1 behind two goals from Pedro and one from Cesc. This game was also Carles Puyol’s 100th, making him the seventh Spaniard to reach that magic number. As for Vicente del Bosque, he tied Ladislao Kubala as the coach with the most number of games under his belt, 68, since taking charge four and a half years ago.