Athletic Bilbao coach Marcelo Bielsa believes their match agianst Villarreal was a very unusual game and that draw can be considered fair.
Atletico striker Radamel Falcao believes Sergio Busquets' offence was obvious and claims the referee was the only person who did not see it.
Carles Puyol has admitted that the Liga race may well be over, but Barca will continue to fight and hoping that Real Madrid will drop points.
Espanyol ace Alvaro Vazquez believes it is not impossible for his side to beat Real Madrid at the Bernabeu when the league resumes next week.
Getafe striker Dani Guiza is aware two straight result in the La Liga will determined whether his team will be looking up or down the table.
Granada head coach Abel Resino believes his team did very well in the match against Osasuna and that they only thing missing was the result.
Ruben Suarez has become the second highest La Liga scorer for Levante and is just 4 goals away from equaling Mustapha Mariga's 17 goal tally.
Coach Manuel Pellegrini has conceded that Malaga players must improve their defense as goals scored against his side are beginning to show.
Osasuna coach Mendilibar has played down Andres Fernandez's first half heroic against Granada, stating that the keeper did what he had to do.
Racing coach Juanjo Gonzalez admitted the draw against Sporting did them no good, but was encouraged with Gonzalo Colsa's return to action.
Rayo coach Jose Ramon Sandoval is proud with his players' effort against Real Madrid, but claimed circumstances were aligned against them.
Real Betis midfielder Jefferson Montero admits he was looking forward to score against Getafe, but hopes his side can maitain their good run.
Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo was happy with his goal in the win against Rayo Vallecano, but stressed it was not his best strike to date.
Real Mallorca boss Joaquin Caparros was furious after it was suggested that he ordered his team to retreat into their own half after the break.
Real Sociedad coach Philippe Montanier was delighted with the win over Mallorca, as it will allow them to prepare calmly for the Bilbao clash.
Zaragoza coach Manolo Jimenez has decided to take two days to reflect on his situation at the club, following the humiliating defeat to Malaga.
Sevilla coach Michel has played down their win over Valencia, but urged his players to reproduce the confidence they showed during the match.
Sporting Gijon coach Javier Clemente is optimistic about their situation and believes his team need to loosen up and have fun during games.
Valencia coach Unai Emery has admitted that his players failed to threaten, despite playing well in their home defeat to direct rival Sevilla.
Villarreal manager Jose Francisco Molina is satisfied with his players' effort in the draw against Bilbao, who are undoubtedly a good team.