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Episode 10 – Looking forward to Liverpool and Barcelona

Mark, Kaushik and Ryan meet again to take a brief look at the match at Levante and focus on Real Madrid’s big week which features matches against Liverpool in the Champions League, and El Clasico against Barcelona. The crew discusses Bale’s injury, improvement of James and Isco, tactical approach against Barca, and lots more. How do we really feel about Marcelo? Which footballer has the most swag? and other questions round up a loaded episode. You couldn’t have asked for a better primer for this big week.

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Merengue Bites Episode 9 – Rounding up Villarreal, Ludogorets and Athletic

Mark, Kaushik and Ryan return after nearly two weeks of a break to discuss the three matches that have taken place in the time frame, and how Real Madrid has progressed in that time. The crew also tackles Cristiano’s evolution, Casillas’ interview, Ancelotti’s position in a manager’s power rankings, coolest goal celebrations and much more.

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Merengue Bites Episode 8 – The goals they are a flowin’ edition

In this week’s Merengue Bites episode, Mark returns after a week out and discusses with Ryan and Kaushik, about the goal fest at the Riazor. The panel discusses the formation the team began with and finally ended with, along with voting for their favourite goal among the eight. In the second part, the crew discuss Varane’s new contract, Perez’ plans of cutting one of the Real Madrid cantera teams and more.

In Need of Spinal Surgery (Real Madrid 5 – FC Basel 1)

AS called it ‘European Therapy’, I on the other hand, think that the work which needs to be done ought to be something more along the lines of surgery. It’s been 5 hours and I still can’t make up my mind: Did Real Madrid’s 5-1 win over Basel last night set a roadmap to recovery? Or was it a smoke and mirrors magic trick to deceive us into thinking that Real Madrid are not in crisis? . Either way, it’s hard to imagine that Real Madrid raised La Decima only 7 (official matches ago). That beautifully fateful night in Lisbon seemed like it was a long time ago in light of the ‘crisis’ the club seems to be in at the moment (3 points from 3 La Liga games). . In any case, I will leave it to others to decide / judge on whether Real Madrid are in crisis. What is clear to me however is that this season seems to be following the same pattern as last season: that the Real Madrid starts by beating ‘easier’ opponents (Cordoba, Basel, a Rakitic-less Sevilla) out of the sheer quality but suffers against tough, clever opponents who are unafraid to stand up to us. Last season, it was only in October, with the return of More >