Sunday, 30 August 2015

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The Brazilian forward plays down rumours linking him with a world-record transfer to the Premier League giants, declaring himself totally happy to stay at Camp Nou

Saturday, 29 August 2015

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Rafa Benitez picks up his first Blancos win as they - sparked by doubles from James Rodriguez and Gareth Bale - put five highlight-reel goals past Pepe Mel's side

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The Colombian scored an emphatic double in addition to efforts from Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema at the Santiago Bernabeu

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The Blaugrana were made to work hard against the resilient Andalusian side, but victory finally came courtesy of Thomas Vermaelen's first goal for the club

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The defender, who missed most of his first season at Camp Nou, scored his first goal for the club to secure the Catalans' second win in as many Liga games this campaign

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The striker had been waiting to show the calibre of performance he could put in and hopes his form will give him a chance of returning to the Spain team

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Luis Enrique welcomes back the duo from injury but is shorn of defensive options as the Catalans seek revenge against Malaga for their home defeat last term

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The Viola are not keen to discuss the possibility of the Spaniard's exit and insist that the 34-year-old is important to their plans this season

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The Welsh winger gave his first interview in Spanish to Real Madrid TV in a clever PR move on Thursday - now he has to convince his doubters on the pitch against Betis on Saturday

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After his switch from Juventus, the striker is looking to fire his new employers to victory over Diego Simeone's side

Friday, 28 August 2015

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The former Liverpool boss eventually opted to join Real Madrid to replace Carlo Ancelotti but the Hammers co-chairman has revealed just how close the club came to hiring him

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The Argentine has put pen to paper on a five-season contract but will not join the Rojiblancos until after the Club World Cup concludes in December

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The Tottenham flop immediately endeared himself to the Madrigal faithful with a goal and two assists as the Yellow Submarine went top of La Liga

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Despite previously being overlooked by national team coach Dunga, the Liverpool and Barcelona stars have been selected after Oscar and Ramires dropped out due to injury

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The Welshman says that he now feels far more settled in Spain and is looking forward to a better campaign under new coach Rafael Benitez