La Liga

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

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Luis Enrique fields a much-changed side to take on the Segunda B outfit in Wednesday's Copa del Rey clash

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Diego Simeone's men were beaten in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey by arch-rivals Real Madrid last season, see them kick-off their cup campaign on Wednesday night

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The Catalan club's proposed kit for 2015-16 has been leaked in the local press and is proving unpopular with fans of the Blaugrana on social media

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The 19-year-old academy player featured as a substitute in Los Blancos' 5-0 Copa del Rey win over Cornella on Tuesday and now hopes for more first-team opportunities

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Jordan's Under-19s national team captain could become the first footballer from his country to play in Spain's top division after being offered a trial at the Riazor

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The Italy captain says that, while the Portuguese would be a worthy recipient of the prestigious prize, there is no better sight in football than the Argentine at 100 per cent

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The Cornella shot-stopper says that while he prefers Barcelona to Real Madrid, he thinks that the Blancos' No.7 has been the world's best in 2014

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The Germany international spent the night in hospital after being involved in a heavy collision during his club's Copa del Rey win over Cornella on Tuesday

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It has been claimed that the European champions have an agreement with the Bundesliga outfit for the Germany international but BVB say the player's destiny is in his own hands

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The Brazil international had almost agreed to join the Old Trafford outfit in 2003 but was convinced to follow in his heroes' footsteps and move to Catalonia

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The Barcelona star has been linked with a move away from Camp Nou, and his fellow Argentina international would love him to join him in England at the Premier League champions

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The ex-Brazil star admits the Real Madrid talisman is a "very complete player" but feels his former Barcelona team-mate is the better of the two

Tuesday, 2 December 2014

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The young forward scored on his return for Real Madrid and was thrilled to have put his injury woes behind him, while Carlo Ancelotti called for tempered expectations with him

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The Colombia star scored two while Isco and Jese Rodriguez were on target and Borja Lopez scored an own goal in an easy win for the European champions

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The winger holds no bitterness towards the trio after being overlooked for the final three in the race to be crowned the world's best player

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Carlo Ancelotti's men have a three-goal advantage heading into Tuesday's Copa del Rey second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu - find out how they fare LIVE with Goal

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The defender, who joined Barcelona from Arsenal in the summer transfer window, went under the knife in Finland in a bid to bring an end to a persistent hamstring problem