Spanish La Liga Live
La Liga is the premier professional football League in Spain and is one of the most unique of the football competitions held in Europe. The format by which the La Liga functions is similar however to all other European league football; and this 2009-2010 season as well the same will be followed. Twenty teams will participate in the event and at the end of the competition; the three teams on the bottom rung of the rankings will be replaced and relegated to the Segunda Division. You might be supporting your own team, but the fact is that Real Madrid and Barcelona have dominated the championship for the past few decades. Part from watching some of the best teams in the world display their brilliant selves in their home nations, the spirit of football is not better displayed than in this Spanish Championship and thus it is no wonder that this happens to be one of the most popular Football events in the world, with the previous season witnessing an attendance of nearly thirty thousand people from around the world. After the Bundesliga and the English premier League, La Liga is the next in line as the most popular and largest of the Premier League Football. Enough reason to catch the Live Football action?
This season of 2009 Live Football of La Liga will be the seventy ninth since it was established. Barcelona still remains the defending champions of the title that they won in the previous 2008-2009 season. The teams that are promoted to La Liga this year from Segunda Division include – Xerez CD, Real Zaragoza, CD Tenerife. The teams that have been replaced and relegated to the Segunda Division include – Real Betis, CD Numancia, Recreativo de Huevla. Among the top teams that will be participating this season, the very reasons why you should not be missing out on the Lie Football action, include – Espanyol, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Valencia and many more to look out for.
With kaka, Ronaldo and the face-overed Milan; La Liga matches from this season are being expected themselves to take a new and more diverse turn. Some of the best of players from around the world are contributing to this effect including the Nigerian brothers Kalu and Uche Ikechukwu. This new array of talent will show off the changed and improved face of La Liga and be a great kick start to the season.
If there is one thing that football fans the world over would not appreciate is missing out on a match where your favorite team is playing. However this does not necessarily have to happen anymore when you can catch your match that you may have missed online as Football Streaming. You do not have to miss your teams’ matches or even a goal as you can catch them as football streaming at your own convenience and time. All you have to do is sit back, relax and log in with OleOleFootball and start instantly enjoying all the action today.
Posted: 24th October 2007
The Spanish La Liga has long since been one of the leagues to watch in the world, with many preferring the technical skill and flair to the slow paced Italian game or the bustle of the Premiership. La Liga has quite a few teams with dozens of decent players, meaning that games can be changed in an instant due to a bit of magic. La Liga can now be watched due to the live soccer online at oleolefootball.watchlive.net, so if you've always wanted to watch it but never had the chance you can watch it regularly there. La Liga is perhaps the most competitive league in the world, with four teams having a good chance of winning it while the 'minnows' can cause quite a few shocks.
The Spanish La Liga has four teams that are seen as capable of winning it at this point in time; Real Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla and Valencia. Real Madrid of course won it last year, sneaking the title by the virtue of their better head to head record against Barcelona. The club strengthened even more in the summer, getting in a new coach in Bernd Schuster hoping that he would bring back the attacking football of old, while also buying attacking wizards such as Royston Drenthe, Wesley Sneijder and Javier Saviola. Real have tended to be weak at the back, however they strengthened there too as well, bringing in Gabriel Heinze, Pepe and Metzelder. Barcelona strengthened too, looking to wrest back their title from the Bernabeu. The Catalan side brought in the world class Thierry Henry and left back Eric Abidal, but their good form this season has mainly been down to a player that was already at the club- Lionel Messi. Messi is fast developing into one of the best players in world football at the tender age of just twenty years old and his performances this season have even led to him being called the Messi-ah by fans.
As for Sevilla and Valencia, the duo are well capable of winning it, although it will take some doing to beat heavyweights Real and Barca over the course of a season. Sevilla even led the race at one point last season but succumbed towards the end after being hit with a congestion of games while Valencia never really challenged, finishing ten points behind. Valencia have already won La Liga twice this millennium and will look to do so again, and with the likes of David Silva, Manuel Fernandes and star striker David Villa in their squad they will feel they definitely have a chance of doing so.
This season's title race has started off with a bang, with just a four point gap between the top four teams in the table. Sevilla have faltered, but Villareal have rose to challenge, despite their 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Real Madrid. With just two points separating Real Madrid and Barcelona, this season's title race promises to be just as exciting at last and remember- you can watch all the action with La Liga live at oleolefootball.watchlive.net online.
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