Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa has expressed his frustration with his side's draw against Barcelona, but admits the final score was fair.
Atletico Madrid head coach Gregorio Manzano has claimed that their inexplicable defeat to Getafe was painful to accept and a total disaster.
Blackburn Rovers are considering a move to sign Barcelona midfielder Jonathan dos Santos, who could chose to move for more first-team football.
Espanyol manager Mauricio Pochettino said his team dominated the majority of the game against Villarreal and only lack the finishing touch.
Getafe coach Luis Garcia was delighted with the win over Atletico and insisted that his players deserved the result after a difficult week.
Granada manager Fabri Gonzalez has stated that it is difficult to get a game going when more than half of the stand is not behind the team.
Sergio Ballesteros said Levante were missing 'a speck of aggressiveness' versus Valencia and warned that they are not yet safe from relegation.
Malaga defender Ignacio Monreal admitted he is delighted to be back in Spanish international squad after he was dropped for several games.
Coach Mendilibar said Osasuna's demolition at the weekend proved the huge gulf that exist between the rest of the league to Madrid and Barca.
Racing Santander coach Hector Cuper said the draw with Granada was a bittersweet result, but praised his team for their defensive performance.
Coach Jose Ramon Sandoval has stressed that Rayo were never lacking in faith, but they must not let the win over Sociedad gets to their heads.
Real Betis president Miguel Guillen is convinced that his team will avoid relegation and that coach Pepe Mel is suited to lead the project.
Real Madrid's Kaka will not take part in Brazil's upcoming friendlies against Gabon and Egypt, while Marcelo will also miss out due to injury.
Real Mallorca midfielder Fernando Tissone is satisfied with form since his arrival at the club, but admits he still has a lot of work to do.
Real Sociedad coach Philippe Montanier accepts his role as target for disappointed fans following the thrashing they received against Rayo.
Zaragoza coach Javier Aguirre has insisted that his team dropped two points in the draw with Sporting Gijon after failing to maintain focus.
Sevilla winger Jesus Navas is delighted to be back in Spain's squad and admitted that finishing in a European spot is a priority for his club.
Sporting Gijon coach Manolo Preciado was unhappy about the draw against Zaragoza, but admitted his team were too afraid in the final minutes.
Valencia midfielder Sofiane Feghouli admits everything is perfect for him this season, after arriving at the club in 2010 with a knee injury.
Villarreal coach Juan Carlos Garrido admits the draw with Espanyol was a good result for his team due to the current slump they are facing.