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Gabi extends with Atlético until 2017

If it were up to AtléticoFans, this man would have been handed a deal till 2070. Nevertheless we’re incredibly excited by the news that Gabi Fernández has signed a new contract and will continue with the club for another three years. On Friday the captain signed until 2017. Gabi came through the ranks of our

Godín heads Atlético into the history books (REUTERS)

The red and white aftermath: ‘Campeones’ Edition

Believe, for this is real. Atlético Madrid are the crowned champions of Spain, having toppled super-powers Real Madrid and Barcelona over the course of a 38-game season. With the mantra of “one match at a time”, Diego Simeone’s men have achieved the unimaginable.

Atleti's 9-game win streak snapped at Levante  (clubatleticodemadrid.com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 36

Ups…and downs. They are a part of life and, more importantly, they are a part of being an Atlético fan. Los Rojiblancos were riding a tidal wave of momentum heading into their encounter at the Ciutat de València on Sunday, but they were abruptly stymied by an early mishap, some outrageous goalkeeping by Keylor Navas and a suspiciously motivated home side, eventually falling by a score of 2-0.

Costa celebrates match-winning goal  (clubatleticodemadrid.com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 30

While eternal rivals Real Madrid were en route to a second straight loss in less than a week at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Atlético had to sweat one out themselves at home against Granada Wednesday night. Los Rojiblancos made their fans wait until just past the hour mark before they could erupt in celebration.

Gabi blasts Atleti into the lead  (Reuters)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 29

While the rest of the universe was focussed on El Clásico, Atlético had their sights set on first place. Atleti supporters suffered through the endless Barcelona and Real Madrid fodder all week long, but, in the end, they were rewarded handsomely.

Costa bagged the match-winner against Espanyol  (clubatleticodemadrid,com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 28

15 home games into the present La Liga campaign, and Atlético remain unvanquished at the Vicente Calderón. Espanyol, the latest visitors to ‘Cholo Castle’, certainly put up a fight, but los Rojiblancos were able to gut out the result for their third straight triumph in all competitions.

Villa shines with a brace  (clubatleticodemadrid.com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 27

After over an hour of mostly dispirited play by Atlético in Vigo, the men in and red and white sparked back to life to abruptly terminate their foes 2-0. The game against Celta started off eerily similar to Atleti’s previous two trips in league play–the squad looked all too comfortable letting their opponents dictate play while hardly offering much of a threat in attack of their own.

Gabi rocked the house with his blast  (clubatleticodemadrid.com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 26

Atlético were unable to hold onto victory after a spirited comeback effort against Real Madrid that had all the electricity of a heavyweight prize fight. Los Rojiblancos went down first and quickly on Sunday, but sprung back up to deliver a pair of mighty blows of their own. Atleti had their archrivals’ backs firmly pressed against the ropes, but let them evade the fatal blow and salvage a point with a late equaliser.

Facepalmingly bad display by Atleti in Pamplona  (ESPNFC)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 25

Huh? What the hell was that? For the second straight league match away from home, Atlético resembled the version of themselves spearheaded by Gregorio Manzano before Diego Simeone came to the rescue.

Raúl García celebrates early goal with teammates  (clubatleticodemadrid.com)

The red and white aftermath: Match Day 24

So much for a crisis. It took all of four minutes on Saturday for Atlético to puncture a pair of mortal wounds into Valladolid at the Vicente Calderón. Los Rojiblancos then sat back and watched as their opponents bled out for most of the evening before delivering the final death blow–thereby snapping an ugly streak of three goalless losses.