Between the two legs of the Supercopa against Barcelona, Atlético face their Madrid neighbors, Rayo, on Sunday at the Vicente Calderón. Kick-off will be at 19:00 CET. This fixture, the Rojiblancos’ first home game of La Liga, comes after an impressive away victory over Sevilla last Sunday, and a dominant midweek display against Barça that
Atlético unveiled their summer signing Léo Baptistão on Friday during the Volkswagen Race Tour at the Circuito del Jarama in Madrid. In attendance were club president Enrique Cerezo, sporting director José Luis Pérez Caminero and club legend Luís Pereira. “Today is an important day for me. I’m very excited to have signed for Atlético Madrid.
After months of rumours and speculation and only days after the departure of Falcao, Atlético have announced the signing of Léo Baptistão from Rayo Vallecano. The talented Brazilian forward, who turns 21 in August, has signed a five-year contract with the Rojiblancos, who have reportedly paid a €7 million transfer fee. Because he also holds an Italian
We wait. And. We WAIT. Then. We. Win. Big. Then. We. Win. HUGE. Super Champions of Europe. We celebrate. Then. Falcao’s dad talks. Why? I don’t know. But he does. And. He pisses us off. Falcao talks. Why? Because he’s awesomeness incarnate. And then, he makes us smile again. And. We. WAIT. And. Wait… …until,
We have at least seven more games to play this campaign, but Atlético have already started planning for next season. If our finances allow it, then we’ll surely look at the transfer market for reinforcements this summer. According to AS one of the targets we have identified is Miguel Pérez Cuesta, better known as Michu.
Dejected following their eighth consecutive loss to eternal rivals Real Madrid at the Vicente Calderón last Wednesday, Atlético must now regroup and head out to face off against neighbours Rayo Vallecano for a derby with much less fanfare than the one played out at midweek. Kick off at quite possibly the least creatively named sports
After losing to Getafe and Real Madrid, Atlético finally managed to win a Derbi Madrileño. Rayo Vallecano were beaten 3-1 at the Vicente Calderón. The visitors made for a great game and were unfortunate to score just once, because for all their missed chances they could have made Atleti hurt on Sunday afternoon. With Diego
Having won away for the first time since August in midweek, Atlético will be looking to get their league campaign back on track when Rayo Vallecano visit the Vicente Calderón on Sunday. So far this season, the red and whites have failed to take a single point from any of their Madrid rivals, and will be looking to put that right against José Ramón Sandoval’s side.