Patience

Pablo Machín calls for patience. (Photo: La Vanguardia) Another week of La Liga action, another pointless affair for Espanyol. LDLWLDLLL does not make happy reading, and neither does the lack of activity in the “goals for” column, stuck at four for four weeks now. But as we said in our preview, the performance was more … Continue reading Patience

Espanyol vs. Villarreal

Espanyol vs. Villarreal, 16.00. (@RCDEspanyol) The international break hasn’t half dragged on, but La Liga is finally back. For Espanyol, this means another gruelling three weeks lie ahead, with two more Europa League group games thrown into the mix: 20/10 - Villarreal (H)24/10 - Ludogorets (A)27/10 - Levante (A)30/10 - Athletic Bilbao (A)2/11 - Valencia … Continue reading Espanyol vs. Villarreal

Espanyol: Machín style

Òscar Melendo has had plenty of time to think lately. We’ve still over a week to wait until Espanyol make their debut under Pablo Machín, but it is clear that the players will need all their time to adapt to the new style. Unfortunately, the defining characteristics of Gallego’s side were slow, ponderous football, with … Continue reading Espanyol: Machín style

Pablo Machín: Espanyol head coach

As expected, David Gallego was officially dismissed as Espanyol’s head coach on Monday evening. The man from Súria is gone and has been replaced by a Machín. Pablo Machín, former coach of Numancia, Girona and Sevilla. He was presented to the media and fans yesterday, saying all the right things and highlighting the importance of … Continue reading Pablo Machín: Espanyol head coach