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Host Gabe Lezra is joined by Managing Madrid staff writers Bozz, Marc Craig and Mike Platania to break down Real Madrid's disappointing 2-1 loss to rivals FC Barcelona in the most recent edition of Spanish football's greatest match, El Clasico. The guys break down each aspect of the match, from Real Madrid's dominance during the first hour of the match, to the different players that were responsible for that form, and even to the hopes they have for the side moving forward this season. Then, they break down some of the mistakes: they chat about who was responsible for the goals, why Madrid seemed to lose energy down the stretch, the atrocious refereeing, and what Barcelona's win means for this Liga season. Is everything over? Should Madrid fans lose heart? And why on earth do people insist on blaming Gareth Bale for everything?
The capital of the Region of Catalonia, Barcelona offers a unique mix of medieval charm and avant-garde grandeur. AV Travel's local expert will lead you to explore the Royal Basilica where the famous 12th century statue of the black virgin is housed.
Barcelona la bieu tuong cua Tay Ban Nha, quoc gia dung hang thu hai tren the gioi voi 70 trieu du khach hang nam, tuc la chi dung sau nuoc Phap. Barcelona co nhieu thang canh, bao tang vien, vuong cung thanh duong co kinh va ben canh do la bo bien trai dai cat trang, nang am quanh nam.
Photos: Photos: 1. The Palau Nacional at Barcelona, 2006, Johannes Kern; 2. Plaça del Reial, Josep Renalias; 3. Iglesia Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, 2001, Germananramos. 4. Casa Mila – La Pedrera, 2007, Diliff. 5. Camp Nou, 2005, Adria Garcia. 6. Others: AV Travel photos.
Barcelona is a band from Seattle, Washington. Their sound ranges from upbeat melodic rock to powerful ballads. After two years of intensive touring and re-releasing their independent album "Absolutes" with Universal Motown last April, Barcelona is working on new music and plotting their touring schedule for 2010. It is their goal to share the new material at college campuses across the country before the release of their next record.
Gabe, Josh, Mike and Lucas review Real Madrid's impressive 3-1 win against FC Barcelona in Saturday's Clásico. Carvajal, Barcelona's form, Karim Benzemaand Gareth Bale were some of the topics that they discussed during this episode. Next week we will deal with the Copa del Rey tie (starting today) and the Liga BBVA match against Granada that will be played next Saturday (16:00 CET).
We analyze Barcelona's big Champions League win over Bayern Munich, including Pep's tactics, the mechanics of the iconic "Leo Messi fells Jerome Boateng" moment and plenty more.
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For the first time since the 2015 Formula One season started, the winner of last year’s trophy for the most pole positions, Nico Rosberg, made pole at the Formula One Grand Prix in Barcelona at Circuit de Catalunya in Spain. Rosberg was clearly happy, and remarked, "It's just important for the race because it's better to start first than second obviously. Psychologically, yeah, it's good. Feels great. I'm happy." Once again, the Mercedes AMG team has shown speed and reliability on the track. 2014 champion and the season leader, Lewis Hamilton, will start second.
Meanwhile, the comeback of Ferrari, lead by Sebastian Vettel will start third, Valtteri Bottas with Williams-Martini, fourth. Surprisingly, Toro Rosso driver, Carlos Sainz Jr., did not disappoint Spanish fans when he qualified fifth. Unfortunately, their Formula One hero Fernando Alonso could not get the McLaren-Honda into Q3 and Max Verstappen sixth Vettel’s Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen was seventh and Red Bull Daniil Kvyat was eighth.
The pressure will be on for Nico Rosberg with a mix of high and low speed corners, his teammate Lewis Hamilton, will be right up on his gearbox, with Sebastian Vettel, in search of another championship, seconds behind.
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What does it take to be a great figurative painter in today's art market? Join us as we talk to Roberto Ferri LIVE at the great art fair ArtMiamiNewYork.
Note: this show will be in English and Italian! Sabin Howard will be on hand to translate.
Roberto Ferri was born in Taranto in 1978. In 1996 he graduated from the "Lisippo" art high school in Taranto. He began studying painting on his own and, after moving to Rome in 1999, he embarked upon an in-depth analysis of antique painting, ranging from the early Sixteenth Century to the late Nineteenth Century. In particuliar, he began dedicating himself to the art of Caravaggio and the academy (Jaques-Louis David, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Anne-Louis Girodet, William-Adolfe Bouguereau etc.).
In 2006 he gained his degree, with first class honours, from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, in Stage Design. He collaborates with the Square Gallery, the Fine Art department of Liquid Art System since 2009. He also took part in the Omaggio a Luigi Montanarini exhibition at the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta in Rome. In 2007, he held an exhibition in Viterbo, at the Palazzo dei Priori, for the “Tuscia Opera Festival” as well as a solo show of his drawings in Rome. In New York, he took part in the Flesh and Passion group exhibition, at the CFM Gallery, and, for the Duomo di Montepulciano, he executed the painting San Giovanni Decollato ( Decapited Saint John). At the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta, in Rome, he partecipated in the A piu’ voci group event. His works are included in prestigious private collections in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, New York, Madrid, Barcelona, Miami, San Antonio (Texas), Qatar, Dublin, Boston, and Malta.
We've got that Friday feeling!
0:00 - 2:40 — Inside the offices of the Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, and Bayern Munich managers: http://buzz.marca.com/6-despachos-de-grandes-entrenadores-de-futbol/467
2:40 - 28:14 — Listener questions: Are left-footed players also left-handed? How do you spot garbage transfer rumors? Should Seattle fans worry about their team's low number of shot attempts?
28:14 - 33:40 — Corrections! In which Total Soccer Show listeners explain the Coriolis effect to Daryl and Taylor.
33:40 - 39:00 — Scouting reports! Updates on Chelsea's Dom Solanke, Manchester United's James Wilson and LA Galaxy's Jose Villarreal (with a shout out to Corner of the Galaxy podcast)
39:00 to end — New scouting assignments, including an Iraqi prodigy, an English-Irish winger, and a German-born Turkish free-kick maestro.
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Todd Stauber and Aaron Heinzen are back this week on From The Touchline in Seattle talking Barca, Messi, and the Champions League. Tune in for analysis of the 1st legs, 2nd leg predictions, and find out if Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng has regained feeling in his legs after Messi ruined him for his 2nd goal of the night. We'll talk transfers as the rumour mill heats up in Europe. Depay to United, who will follow?? The MLS is hitting stride and both conference tables are tight, with Vancouver and Dallas still surprising in the West and the New England Revolution and DC United leading the East. We'll talk a little Europa League, and we'll introduce two new segments to the show: Heinzen's World XI and Stauber's Bottome 3. We're going to cover it all Friday morning at 9am!
On the newest episode of The Total Soccer Show,
0:00-2:40 - Great Ballboys Throughout History
2:40-14:42 - Bayern v Barcelona Review
14:42-30:24 - Real Madrid v Juventus Review
30:24-35:01 - Gedion Zelalem is American for sure!
35:01-36:04 - Physics
36:04-Close - Department of Corrections and Listener Questions
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