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Friday, February 3, 2012

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao
Javi Martinez believes that while Athletic Bilbao are still fighting in all three competitions, all of their matches are now like a final.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico star Radamel Falcao does not want to think about challenging for a Champions Leagues place yet, despite their good run of results.

Valencia striker Roberto Soldado believes the pre-match comments from Barcelona president Sandro Rosell likely to have influenced the referee.

Kiko Casilla is delighted to have extended his contract at Espanyol until 2015 and hopes he can be a permanent member of the first team squad.

Getafe coach Luis Garcia admits his team are going through their best moment this season, but acknowledges that Real Madrid are way better.

Granada striker Franco Jara has told his team-mates not to waste their major win over Betis and to be humble and work hard against Malaga.

Levante coach Juan Ignacio Martinez has said that it is only common for teams to feel the fear of losing in the second part of the season.

Malaga winger Santi Cazorla has urged all parties to let referees do their work in peace despite the mistakes, because they are only human.

Osasuna striker Roland Lamah believes a victory against Sporting Gijon can provide the spark that his team need to win their next home match.

Racing Santander
Good news for Racing Santander as midfielder Pedro Munitis is available to play this weekend after his red card against Valencia was rescinded.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano midfielder Miguel Perez is wary about facing Real Zaragoza this weekend as the bottom side will be really desperate for a win.

Real Betis
Real Betis head coach Pepe Mel has admitted that the lack of experience in his squad has seen them commiting very costly errors this season.

Real Madrid
Real Madrid attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil has revealed that he wants to stay with the Spanish powerhouse until the end of his playing career.

Real Mallorca
Mallorca have released a statement denying a report that claimed vice-president Serra Ferrer would prefer Betis won their match this weekend.

Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad midfielder Xabi Prieto said his team are looking forward to cause a stir, despite Barcelona's near perfect record at Camp Nou.

Real Zaragoza
Defender Pablo Alvarez believes his loan move to Real Zaragoza is a major step in his career and said the Spanish club knew about his injury.

Sevilla denied that coach Marcelino Garcia Toral striker Fredy Kanoute are at loggerheads, and insisted that both have a normal relationship.

Sporting Gijon
David Barral is surprised after Sporting Gijon fans insulted the team during training, but is confident that their situation will change soon.

Valencia striker Roberto Soldado believes the pre-match comments from Barcelona president Sandro Rosell likely to have influenced the referee.

Midfielder Gonzalo Castellani believes winning away to Sevilla this weekend would be a great way for Villarreal to get out of the drop zone.

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