Thursday, February 06, 2014

Real Win First Leg and Marcelo Racially Abused by Atlético Fans, Barcelona Cruise, Honigstein on Dortmund, Golden Balls Loves Miami

Good Morning, friends. It would seem that we've got another Clásico to look forward to after Real Madrid and Barcelona won their respective first-leg Copa del Rey clashes yesterday. Graham Hunter was at the Bernabeu and filed this report on the fiery Derby. Sadly, Marcelo was subjected to racial abuse by the Atlético fans after the match ended. 

They then chanted: "Marcelo is a monkey." When Marcelo's young son came out and hugged his father soon after, the chant changed to: "May your father die."

On a far lighter note, Golden Balls is going to get his MLS team, most likely in Miami, his newest love. He thinks he'll be able to get some quality talent to come to the Sunshine State. This will be interesting.

Ronny gets rough...

Borussia Dortmund have had a tough run this season in the Bundesliga. Injuries have hit the club particularly hard this campaign. German expert Raphael Honigstein takes a closer look.

Henry Winter wants to talk Jack Wilshire. Is the British Bulldog set to become England's next captain? Winter thinks so.

We think that'll do for today.



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