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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 15th in Spanish Primera División
Ramos hits back at Klopp comments (0:58)
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14hDermot Corrigan and Glenn Price

Jurgen Klopp vs. Sergio Ramos: A timeline

The war of words doesn't look like ending anytime soon, here is how a fight between two of football's more combustible characters has developed.


Transfer Talk: Zidane eyes Man United job

Could Man United's next manager be Zinedine Zidane? Leicester are near a new £75,000-a-week deal for Harry Maguire. Transfer Talk is on it.

15hGraham Hunter

Is this Atletico's year in La Liga?

After a summer of big-name departures, might there be a shake-up at the top in Spain? Graham Hunter previews the new season.

Are Real Madrid good enough to win La Liga? (3:44)
Ramos continues war of words with Klopp (3:59)
1dAndrew Cesare Richardson, ESPN.com writer

Spain to continue UEFA Super Cup dominance

For the ninth time in the past 10 seasons, this major trophy will end up in Spanish hands as the country's clubs continue to dominate in Europe.

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2dDermot Corrigan

Painful, strange to see Courtois join Real - Gabi

Thibaut Courtois, who moved to the Bernabeu from Chelsea for £35 million last week, angered Atleti fans when he kissed the badge on his new shirt.

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2dRob Train and Joe Walker

Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid: 50-50 Challenge

Real Madrid face Atletico Madrid on Wednesday in the UEFA Super Cup. Club bloggers Rob Train (Real) and Joe Walker (Atletico) preview the affair.

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2dGabriele Marcotti, ESPN.com senior football writer

Man City impress at Arsenal; Pogba vs. Mourinho

The new season means Marcotti's Musings are back! This week, Gab looks at the Premier League's opening weekend, plus events around Europe.

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3dDermot Corrigan

Real Madrid must give Odegaard time - Fjortoft

Odegaard played a peripheral role during the club's ICC campaign in the U.S. this summer and a loan beckons. But he has the potential to be a star.

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3dLiam Twomey

Courtois' move not 'for wrong reasons' - agent

Thibaut Courtois would never have forced through a transfer from Chelsea to Real Madrid if his children had lived in London, his agent said.