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Friday, February 24, 2012

La Liga

Barcelona could receive a huge boost as striker David Villa may recover from his leg fracture in time for the Clasico at Camp Nou on April 22.

Espanyol goalkeeper Kiko Casilla admits he would love to play in the Champions League, but would also settle for a run in the Europa League.

Getafe coach Luis Garcia is not worried about his missing defenders and has full confidence that Valera, Cata, Miguel and Mane will do well.

Granada coach Abel Resino will be able to field Ikechukwu Uche and Allan Nyom versus Osasuna, before both fly out to join their national sides.

Levante coach Juan Ignacio is absolutely disappointed with Pedro Botelho and warned him to earn his place in the squad with his performance.

Defender Sergio Sanchez has reminded Malaga that it is important for his side to string 2 or 3 wins in order to fight for a place in Europe.

Osasuna midfielder Javad Nekounam claimed he had heard nothing about reported interest from Galatasaray and insisted he is content in Pamplona.

Racing Santander
Racing are in 10th place in the Fairplay chart with 74 penalty points after accumulating 66 yellow cards and 4 red cards so far this season.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo Vallecano coach Jose Ramon Sandoval will treat the Real Madrid game just like any other and insists no team is completely invinsible.

Real Betis
Midfielder Benat Etxebarria believes Betis will have no problem securing another year in the La Liga if they can maintain their current form.

Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to break his own league goalscoring record and stated that a move back to Manchester United is a possibility.

Real Mallorca
Fernando Tissone has declared that he feels important in Joaquin Caparros' team and would like to remain at Mallorca for several more years.

Real Sociedad
Sociedad midfielder Mikel Aranburu believes the two-match ban for Asier Illarramendi's red card is excessive and hopes it will be reduced.

Real Zaragoza
Manolo Jimenez said he has been very clear to his Zaragoza players that they must remain united and fight for their survival or leave the club.

Sevilla midfielder Ivan Rakitic revealed that he has some discomfort in the groin, but it should not stop him from featuring against Valencia.

Sporting Gijon
Good news for Sporting Gijon coach Javier Clemente as defender Ivan Hernandez has received medical discharge and could feature versus Racing.


Villarreal midfielder Ruben Garcia has warned his side to improve their defence against set-pieces, ahead of the difficult match versus Bilbao.

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