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Real Madrid

CASILLAS EXCITED FOR BARCA MATCH

The goal keeper of Real Madrid, Iker Casillas, has said that he is desperately waiting for the match against Barcelona in the Supercopa Championship. Real Madrid will play against Barcelona on Thursday at Camp Nou.

DEL BOSQUE RULES OUT PRESIDENCY

Spanish national team manager Vicente del Bosque has ruled out the possibility of becoming the next Real Madrid president. There have been recent reports suggesting that Real Madrid would be willing to have Vicente del Bosque as the next president.

RONALDO WANTS CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Real Madrid attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has said that he wants to lift the 10th Champions League title for the club next season. Real Madrid are the most successful club in the history of European football having won the European Cup/Champions League an incredible nine times in their history.

RONALDO HAILS LA LIGA

Real Madrid winger Cristiano Ronaldo has said that the La Liga is the best league in the world right now.

The Portuguese winger has said that La Liga is the best league in the world because it allows its players to express themselves. The English Premier League was regarded as one of the best in the world, but the dominance of Barcelona in the European Champions League has changed the opinions of people a lot.

POWER SHIFT IN SPAIN

It seems that the balance of power is finally shifting in Spain. It did not seem to be realistic when Real Madrid were leading Barcelona by a slender three points, but after the weekend Real Madrid have extended their lead to a massive six points, which will prove extremely crucial as the season progresses.

HIGUAIN WANTS PATIENCE

It's taken just over a season, but finally Jose Mourinho is sat at the top of the Primera Liga table. Barcelona's slip-up last week, when they could only draw 0-0 with Sociedad, gave the Madrilenos a chance to hit the top of the table, and its a chance they took with both hands!

Obviously there is still a long way to go, with it being only October, but the signs are there that Madrid can become the dominant force in Spanish football.

REAL MADRID SHIFTS FOCUS TOWARDS ASIA

Real Madrid have signed a new deal with an Asian football events company to build their fan-base in Asia. The La Liga giants are considering setting up an academy in the city-state and could bring youngsters to Madrid to train under their coaches.

"We've been talking to our partner here, (events company) Centurion, about that ... to have the chance to play in Singapore," Real's international sponsorship manager Alfonso Roberes De Cominges told Channel News Asia on Monday.

REAL MADRID DETERMINED TO BEAT BARCA

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is making it a personal quest to beat Barcelona to the signing of Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas.

Sport says Florentino, tired of Barca's dominance in the Liga at his club's expense and wary of the growing discontent amongst the faithful, is determined to deliver a serious blow to their eternal rivals with the capture of Cesc.

He and his No2, Jose Angel Sanchez, have been plotting since the New Year on plans to land the Gunners captain.

MOURINHO REJECTS PORTUGAL LINK

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has denied reports that he will be taking over the Portugal job. It had been suggested that the Real Madrid boss could take temporary charge of his homeland for a Euro 2012 double-header against Denmark and Iceland in October.

MOURINHO INTERESTED IN CARVALHO

Jose Mourinho is keen on being re-united with Ricardo Carvalho by bringing him to Real Madrid. The defender, who was with Mourinho at Porto, joined him at Stamford Bridge in 2004 for a fee reported to be £19.85 million, going on to make over 200 appearances for the west London club.

But in recent times, the Portugal international has fallen down the pecking order at Chelsea - with previous reports indicating that manager Carlo Ancelotti may be looking to pair skipper John Terry with Alex in the heart of his defence next season.

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