Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho favourite to replace under fire Madrid boss
Spanish golfing great is getting involved in the Andalucian Open
Rooney is among the Premiership stars considering legal action over Marbella property advice
Spanish football chiefs hope to follow English foreign investment blueprint
The Furia Roja remain top of world rankings
Top cyclists will vie for victory in Andalucia’s premier bike race
The pair get up close and personal shooting the video in Barcelona last month
Extreme Andalucia weather now thwarts former champion
Double delight for Murray and Fisher
Ross Fisher wins the Volvo Masters in Malaga
Liverpool ace buys a plush Sotogrande villa
Ross McGowan - who? - wins prestigious Madrid tournament
Madrid pipped at the post by Rio de Janeiro
Child porn scandal for football president
I love Andalucia says bar owner Bentley as he confirms possible move from Spurs to Villa
HE certainly knows how to ham it up on the celebrity circuit. But now David Beckham has proved his total love of ham full stop. After the recent friendly in Sevilla – in which England’s second highest capped player was one of the few plus points for his team – he naturally went shopping.
Will the fans and police in Sevilla be any better behaved than in Madrid? After all, Sevilla’s stadium was the scene of an ugly unprovocked police attack on Spurs fans as we reported two years ago
The British fan, Chloe Hayes, 22, who had travelled to Seville with her father Paul, was clubbed over the head with a riot baton for arguing with a policeman about her seat
Eleven Englishmen (plus many substitutes) did last week engage in an act of semi-competitive sport with a similar number of Spanish athletes
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British boxer who attacked Guardia given bail
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