Spain

Sunday, August 31, 2014

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A late goal from Sandro secured a 1-0 win over Villarreal and Sunday and, despite praising the "staggering" effort of his players, the Blaugrana boss is not yet fully satisfied

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The Argentine star played the full 90 minutes of Barcelona's 1-0 victory but has emerged from the match with fitness concerns, as has team-mate Munir

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The home side were two goals down early in the first half but roared their way to an astounding victory against the European champions

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The Atletico Madrid defender looked set for a switch to Newcastle or Sunderland but the Saints have moved ahead in the race as deadline day approaches

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Lionel Messi & Co escaped from El Madrigal with a narrow victory to preserve their 100 per cent start to the La Liga season thanks to a dramatic debut goal for Sandro

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The Mexico international striker has failed to impress new manager Louis van Gaal and will look to prove himself at the Santiago Bernabeu, with only personal terms left to confirm

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Carlo Ancelotti's men kicked off their Liga campaign with an underwhelming win at home to Cordoba and a massive improvement will be required if they are to triumph at the Anoeta

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The Gunners could make a transfer deadline move for the Sevilla striker, with the Spanish club understood to be willing to accept a €16 million fee for the Colombian

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Luis Enrique's men face their first away game of the season and will be looking to replicate their opening win at El Madrigal on Sunday

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The Spanish striker has completed his move away from Chelsea and has been charged with the responsibility of filling the void left by Mario Balotelli at San Siro

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The Toffees remain winless in the Premier League this season after a 6-3 home defeat to Chelsea and the manager is keen to improve their intensity at the back

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After Espanyol announced on Saturday that he would be leaving for the Serie A side, the defensive midfielder has put pen to paper on a contract which runs until 2019

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The former Albiceleste trainer, who guided the nation to World Cup glory in 1978, claims that the Bayern Munich boss would have jumped ship to take over the team this summer

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Former club legend Lothar Mattheus has questioned the transfer policy in Bavaria, suggesting there was better value in retaining the Germany international

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The 44-year-old enjoyed a comfortable victory in his coaching debut with the club last week and is hoping to see more progress from his side against Villarreal on Sunday

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COMMENT: The 25-year-old had the first and the final say in a nine-goal thriller at Goodison Park as he continues his effortless adaptation to life in the Premier League