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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Espanyol 1 0 1 3
9 Deportivo 0 2 0 2
10 Valencia 0 2 0 2
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BarcelonaBarcelona
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
2
2
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Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
LevanteLevante
2
0
FT
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Athletic BilbaoAthletic Bilbao
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
1
1
FT
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Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
VillarrealVillarreal
1
1
FT
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ElcheElche
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
4
0
FT
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MalagaMalaga
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
1
1
FT
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Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
Atletico MadridAtletico Madrid
1
2
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Real SociedadReal Sociedad
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
2
2
FT
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Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
CordobaCordoba
1
1
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GetafeGetafe
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
2
1
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Valencia 1-1 Deportivo La Coruña

ValenciaValencia
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
1
1
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Valencia and Deportivo La Coruna are still searching for their first Primera Division win of the season after playing out a 1-1 draw at the Mestalla stadium on Sunday.

Lucas Perez fired Deportivo in front with a spectacular long-range strike on 38 minutes, but their lead lasted only seven minutes as Alvaro Negredo rifled home from close range just before half-time to restore parity.

Hosts Valencia were reduced to 10 men late on as defender Antonio Barragan was sent off after receiving two yellow cards.

Negredo...

Deportivo La Coruña 0-0 Real Sociedad

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Real SociedadReal Sociedad
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Deportivo La Coruna and Real Sociedad shared the spoils in their opening game of the season after playing out a goalless draw at Riazor.

Real Sociedad edged the first half, creating marginally more chances. Big money summer signing Jonathas de Jesus attempted a bicycle kick that went several feet wide of goal, and then the Brazilian was put through one-on-one with goalkeeper German Lux, but the Argentinian came out quickly to prevent the striker chipping the ball over his head.

Deportivo striker Lucas...

 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...

 By Chris Wright

Deportivo cancel Julio Rey transfer after discovering insulting tweet

Julio Rey
Julio Rey has shown the dangers of social media.

Spare a thought for 20-year-old winger Julio Rey who, after spending his entire career milling around in the Spanish fourth tier, found himself on the brink of joining Deportivo La Coruna over the weekend, only to see his big move dashed at the 11th hour.

The stage was set. Deportivo had agreed to a deal to sign Rey and had even gone as far as having his official unveiling photos taken for their website. However, as a formality, Depor had their legal department trawl back through Rey's social media...

 By Mike Whalley

Luis Alberto leaves Liverpool for loan at Deportivo La Coruna

Luis Alberto spent last season on loan at Malaga.

Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto has joined Spanish club Deportivo La Coruna on a season's loan.

The former Spain under-21 international completed the move after passing a medical, Deportivo confirmed.

He has not started a Premier League game for Liverpool since arriving from Sevilla for £6.8 million in June 2013, and spent last season on loan in Spain with Malaga.