La Liga & its passionate fans – Anoushka Chakraborty’s blog (Techno India)

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Anoushka’s Blog:
It can become difficult to understand amidst all the stories about players, managers, agents and money in the modern game, but football
is really all about the fans.

Supporters are the lifeblood of the clubs, turning up week in and week
out to follow the team no matter what.

Every club will feel that their fans are best. One of the top
professional association football division of the Spanish football
league system is the La liga.

The 2017–18 La Liga season, also known as La Liga Santander for
sponsorship reasons,] is the 87th since its establishment. The season
began on 18 August 2017 and is scheduled to conclude on 20 May 2018.
The fixtures were released on 21 July 2017.

After week 32 of the game,Futbol Club Barcelona is leading with 82 points and

Barcelona is unbeaten in record 39 straight league games. Well,that is
something. Second in line is Atletico Madrid where they moved back to
within 11 points of leaders Barcelona with a comfortable 3-0 win over
Levante at the Wanda Metropolitano on 15/04/2018

And Rivals Real Madrid were also winners, as they beat Malaga 1-0 to
move above Valencia and into third place in the table. Till now top
assist and goalscorer is Lionel Messi for barcelona. Tentatively la
liga final will be on 20 May 2018 . We are looking forward towards
barcelona.

“We wanted to reaffirm the great league campaign we are having after
the setback the other day,” Suarez said. “Records exist so you can
break them, but the most important thing was to win considering the
mood surrounding the team, which we know wasn’t good. Our fans were
angry.”

On the other side Zinedine Zidane maintains Real Madrid where he says
they can win the La Liga title for the second year running, despite
his side sitting 15 points behind rivals Barcelona.

Defeat at Espanyol last time out leaves Madrid with a huge task to
catch Barca over the 12 remaining games, although on Thursday Ernesto
Valverde’s men were held to a 1-1 draw at lowly Las Palmas.

Atletico Madrid are putting pressure on Barca, Diego Simeone’s side
taking 37 points from the last 42 on offer to cut the gap to five
ahead of their trip to Camp Nou on Sunday.

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