The 2013-14 La Liga season is now over and a new era of Spanish football looks to be under way.
Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid failed to defend their title after the Portuguese manager lost control of his team, bringing an end to his time in Spain.
Debut coach Tito Vilanova led Barcelona to the greatest start of any team in the history of La Liga, nearly becoming the first-ever undefeated team in Spain.
La Blaugrana were so dominant that La Liga's title race was one of the most boring predictable in a long time—for fans of every team besides Barca at least.
Fortunately for Spanish football fans, the battle for European qualification proved to be one of the most exciting and surprising of any European league.
Many stars left Spain, while others arrived to prove their value and maintain the league level of talent. Some great players started to decline while other youngsters began to emerge as potential superstars.
After an exciting season that saw two new teams qualify for Europe, it is time to highlight the best and worst players, coaches, teams and moments of the campaign.