Real Betis Analysis

Stasis & Opulence: La Liga's Identity Remains In Flux

by Yu Miyagawa

Sep 25, 2020 3:00 PM

What becomes of an identity if it is no longer true? We could find out this season as the state of La Liga's two superpowers has opened up a space for a host of other clubs. Read more »

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La Liga Match Abstract: Real Betis 1, Sevilla 0

by Yu Miyagawa

Sep 3, 2018 8:19 PM

It may be an over-exaggeration to say that the result saved Quique Setien's job, but he badly, badly needed these points. Betis finished the match with 62% possession and nearly doubled Sevilla with 436 completed passes. Read more »

Tags: Real Betis, Sevilla, Game Recap

Quique Setien: Footballing Counterculture And Winning On A Budget

by Yu Miyagawa

Apr 6, 2018 5:01 PM

We know his sides can entertain. We know they can score and will get scored on. Now, we're seeing that the 59-year-old manager can get results on a grander stage as well. Read more »

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La Liga And Allowing What's Strange To Become Interesting

by Colin McGowan

If you spend enough time studying any group of people, you will find things to like about them. It is a moving experience and it reaffirms what most of us already know: people are infinite. And if we know this, we know to reject misanthropes and bigots. Read more »

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