Sevilla appeal against partial stadium closure

Sevilla have launched an appeal against the partial stadium ban imposed upon the club after it was deemed that there had been offensive chanting during January’s Copa del Rey match with Real Madrid. The LaLiga outfit confirmed it had received the sanction on Wednesday, with the club ordered to enforce the partial closure of the

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Moya signs on for another year at Atletico

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Miguel Angel Moya has signed an extended deal to keep him at the Vicente Calderon until 2018. Moya, whose previous deal was set to expire in June, has spent the past three seasons jostling for the number one spot with Jan Oblak, although the Slovenian is now firmly established as Diego Simeone’s

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Ronaldo tantrums are normal, says Nacho

Nacho Fernandez insists it is perfectly normal for Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo to get angry when he is substituted. The Portugal star was visibly irked when he was taken off in the second half of Madrid’s 2-1 LaLiga victory at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday. It was suggested in the Spanish media that Ronaldo said

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