Now That’s What I Call La Liga 90s

Daniel Blazer
Daniel Blazer
Managing Editor

Manchester United own the world’s most expensive player in Paul Pogba, the Premier League’s most recent television package dwarfs all of the other European leagues and yet still, Barcelona and Real Madrid remain the two biggest clubs in the world.

How does La Liga consistently do it?

There will be Galacticos after Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo, just like there was before Zinedine Zidane and Luis Figo; the production line of talent that has rocked up in Spain’s top tier is remarkable.

And the 90s was no different…

Quite the odd 4-2-1-3 formation, granted. However, how could you leave out Romario, Ronaldo or Raul?

Even Rivaldo at  No.10 is pushing the boundaries of all-out-attack, but if the philosophy of Barcelona ‘we will just score more than you’ works for them, then there’s no issues for us.

And that defensive shield of Pep and the under appreciated Redondo, allows for such a renegade forward line!

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