Spain

Saturday, May 23, 2015

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A dire scoreless draw was enough for Atletico Madrid to secure a place in the UEFA Champions League group stage and for Granada to stay up.

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The clash at the Santiago Bernabeu could be Carlo Ancelotti's last in charge after an underwhelming campaign

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Both teams have plenty to play for as the home side are looking to avoid relegation while Diego Simeone's men could still drop out of the top three

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With Copa del Rey and Champions League finals approaching, Luis Enrique's men will be hoping to keep their good run of form going with a win in the last Liga clash

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Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes Michu is unlikely to remain at the Liberty Stadium next season.

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The Brazilian ignored the claims of two of the game's current superstars, instead picking himself alongside a former team-mate and three iconic figures

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Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has expressed his hurt at criticism of his attitude and says he was told he had no role to play this season.

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Diego Simeone's men weren't able to retain their La Liga title, but it wasn't all doom and gloom at the Vicente Calderon following the emergence of three new stars.

Friday, May 22, 2015

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Xavi is set to receive a great La Liga send off, but relegation-threatened Deportivo La Coruna is out to spoil the party.

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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes the Premier League club can retain the services of David de Gea for next season.

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The Napoli boss is the favorite to succeed Carlo Ancelotti should he be fired. Real Madrid would be smart to appoint him, writes Peter Staunton.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

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Saturday's game will be the Italian coach's final one in charge of the Bernabeu club after a disappointing season, with the Napoli coach interested in replacing him

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Reports in Spain that Carlo Ancelotti could leave Real Madrid for rival Barcelona have been strongly denied by Josep Maria Bartomeu.

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The Spaniard has made the baffling decision to become an ambassador for the much-maligned Qatar World Cup bid, besmirching his previously glorious image, says Kris Voakes.