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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

La Liga

Athletic Bilbao
Javi Martinez believes his Athletic Bilbao side must demonstrate against Schalke that their elimination of Manchester United 'was no fluke'.

Atletico Madrid
Atletico winger Juanfran Torres admitted that his team were sad after the match against Zaragoza, but refused to blame fatigue for the defeat.

It has been confirmed that Bologna have contacted Barcelona about their young defender Carles Planas, although a deal have yet to be agreed.

Espanyol midfielder Javi Marquez insisted that he has no plans to leave the club and is determined to win his place with hard work in training.

Getafe defender Alexis believes his side can start thinking about fighting for a place in Europe if they can beat Atletico Madrid this weekend.

Granada coach Abel Resino believes the only difference between his side and Sevilla were the goals and is confident they will avoid the drop.

Levante are in 10th place in the Fair Play chart with 98 penalty points after accumulating 90 yellow cards and 4 red cards so far this season.

Goalkeeper Carlos Kameni was delighted to make his debut for Malaga and admitted he did not expect to do it against his former club Espanyol.

Osasuna striker Kike Sola insists that his team are not afraid of Real Madrid, who they must beat this weekend before thinking about Europe.

Racing Santander
Racing midfielder Edu Bedia said it is important for his side to hit the ground running and score the first goal this weekend against Granada.

Rayo Vallecano
Rayo goalkeeper Joel Robles is happy with the minutes he received since arriving in January, which is vital for him to grow in confidence.

Real Betis
Betis striker Jorge Molina has declared that his team are determined to turn around their situation and quickly secure their La Liga safety.

Real Madrid

Real Mallorca
Real Mallorca midfielder Josep Lluis Marti wants his team to quickly secure another two wins in order to secure another season in the La Liga.

Real Sociedad
Real Sociedad goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is still angry about the big defeat to Real Madrid and told his side to redeem themselves against Rayo.

Real Zaragoza
Real Zaragoza striker Luis Garcia has made it clear that whatever happens, his squad will give everything to try and secure La Liga survival.

Sevilla coach Michel would not rule out finishing the season in a European place after two consecutive wins helped his team to look up again.

Sporting Gijon
Sporting Gijon right winger Formose Mendy is a doubt for their vital clash with Zaragoza after missing training with a left hamstring problem.

Jordi Alba's agent has confirmed that Napoli, Milan, Manchester City and Barcelona are keeping a close watch on his situation at Valencia.

President Fernando Roig said it is unlike Villarreal to change coach twice in a season but insisted it was a decision that they had to take.

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