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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao

Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid winger Jose Antonio Reyes insists that he is happy at the club and resigned to manager Gregorio Manzano's rotation policy.

Barcelona defender Andreu Fontas has signed a new contract that will keep him at Camp Nou until 2015, with a buy-out clause of EUR70 million.

Espanyol coach Mauricio Pochettino was pleased with their deserved win at Rayo Vallecano as it is a very difficult field for visiting teams.

Getafe midfielder Mehdi Lacen is pleased with his situation at the club and said Luis Garcia is a coach who likes to push players in training.

Keeper Roberto Fernandez was pleased to keep a clean sheet against Atletico and declared that it was the Granada they wanted everybody to see.

Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez admitted he did not expect to beat Malaga with such a big scoreline as their opponents have great players.

Malaga are closely monitoring Barcelona youngsters Martin Montoya and Marc Bartra with a view to take both for free at the end of the season.


Racing Santander
Racing Santander coach Hector Cuper is still looking for his ideal midfield combination as he has already used 11 players for the 4 positions.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano coach Jose Ramon Sandoval has no complaints about the defeat to Espanyol because they cannot win a match without a shot a goal.

Real Betis
Bad news for Real Betis coach Pepe Mel as Alvaro Vadillo is out for two months after scans revealed he has sustained a partial ligament tear.

Real Madrid
Jose Mourinho insisted Inter director Marco Branca will not be moving to Real Madrid, as the Spanish giants are happy with what they have.

Real Mallorca
Israeli striker Tomer Hemed is convinced he can be the 'Fernando Llorente of Real Mallorca' after scoring his third goal in five appearences.

Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad boss Philippe Montanier is disappointed to lose three straight games but knows it is part of the hardship that they must endure.

Real Zaragoza
Real Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre insisted they can be happy with the 9 points collected so far, given the rough start they had last season.

Sevilla coach Marcelino Garcia Toral was happy with the win over Sporting, but warned his side they still need improve their level of play.

Sporting Gijon
Sporting Gijon coach Manolo Preciado was disappointed to lose to Sevilla but declared that it was their best performance so far this season.

Valencia defender Adil Rami believes if his side play like they did versus Barcelona or Chelsea, then they can beat Leverkusen or anyone else.

Villarreal midfielder Borja Valero plays down what others are saying about his team because they will continue to believe only in themselves.

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