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PORTUGUESE LIGA

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Ferreira 1 1 0 4
8 Benfica 1 0 1 3
9 Nacional Mad 1 0 1 3
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FiorentinaFiorentina
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Atletico Madrid exec says Champions League group 'will give us a lot of work'

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes look ahead to the Champions League campaigns for Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

Atletico Madrid executive Clemente Villaverde predicted an "open group" after his side were drawn to play Benfica, Galatasaray and FC Astana in the  Champions League group draw on Thursday.

Atletico have played both Portuguese champions Benfica and Turkish club Galatasaray in recent competition, however Champions League debutants Astana will be more of an unknown entity.

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- Group E: Barca ease | Group F: Bayern, Arsenal
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Speaking from the ceremony in Monaco, Villaverde told reporters the trips to Lisbon and Istanbul were sure to be difficult,...

Benfica and Sporting bad blood over Jesus move continues

Benfica are demanding compensation from former manager Jorge Jesus for terminating his contract early.

Ever since Jorge Jesus quit after six hugely successful seasons at Benfica to take over as coach of Lisbon rivals Sporting Clube de Portugal, the two clubs have been on a collision course. That Jesus' competitive debut with Sporting was, almost inevitably, against his old club in the Supertaca (Super Cup) only turned up the pressure gauge a few more notches.

The fallout has been significant. It was Sporting who won the cup -- 1-0 thanks to a Teo Gutierrez goal -- to joyous celebrations in Faro's...

 By PA Sport

Jonathan Rodriguez joins Deportivo La Coruna on loan from Benfica

Jonathan Rodriguez joined Benfica earlier this year after playing for Penarol and now will move to Depor.

Deportivo La Coruna have reached an agreement with Benfica to sign Uruguay international Jonathan Rodriguez on a season long-loan.

The 22-year-old forward will undergo a medical on Friday before completing his temporary move to the Primera Division club.

The Galician club announced on Thursday in a statement: "Real Club Deportivo and Sport Lisboa e Benfica have reached a preliminary agreement for Jonathan Rodriguez to wear the Depor jersey this season on loan."

Jonathan joined Benfica earlier this...

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Benfica demand €7.5m from Jorge Jesus after Sporting defection

Benfica are demanding €8m Euros in compensation from former manager Jorge Jesus for terminating his contract early.

Benfica have begun legal action to claim €7.5 million in compensation from their former manager Jorge Jesus after he quit the club to join arch rivals Sporting.

Jesus, 61, led the Lisbon side to three league titles in six years, including the league and cup Double in 2013-14, and two Europa League finals.

He also led the team to the last two Portuguese championships but announced on June 5 that he would cross the city to Sporting after a reported dispute over his salary.

The coach was on an...