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Vitoria - Mendizorroza

For a club that goes by the nickname of El Glorioso, Deportivo Alavés seems to have more than its fair share of mediocrity. This historic club from the heart of the Basque country has experienced some dizzying highs since forming in 1921, becoming the darlings of Spanish and European football at the turn of the century. 1.333 palabras más


Eibar - Ipurua

Maybe it’s because I don’t support a big club, but I look at SD Eibar and I like what I see. It’s small, well run, part of the community, yet still prepared to mix it with the larger clubs and bruise a few egos along the way. 1.099 palabras más


San Sebastián - Atotxa

Real Sociedad may have used three stadiums since its formation on 7 September 1909, but some 20 years after closing, it is Atotxa that is still viewed as the club’s spiritual home. 860 palabras más


San Sebastián - Anoeta

When Real Sociedad moved to Anoeta in 1993, the change in culture must have been immense. It was not just a mile or so to the south of this beautiful coastal city, but a world away from the intense and claustrophobic surroundings of… 654 palabras más


Bilbao - San Mamés (2013)

Time finally caught up with the old San Mamés. That cauldron of Basque pride was one of the greatest and most atmospheric stadiums the world game has seen. 1.148 palabras más


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Siempre diré la verdad. De mi boca no saldrá palabra que no sea verdad. | Beti esaten dut egia. Nire ahotik ezta hitzik aterako, egia eztena.

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Days 17 and 18 - Bilbao - Laredo - Santander

Bilbao had been a blast. I must admit, though, I was surprised by the obvious presence of the  regional Euskadi language. All signs were in Spanish and Euskadi with English included sometimes. 609 palabras más

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