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Deportivo La Coruña

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Spanish court releases four suspects in death of Deportivo fan

The death of a rival fan ahead of Atletico Madrid's match with Deportivo la Coruna marred their 2-0 win.

MADRID -- A Spanish court has released four suspects in the death of a fan following a brutal street fight between rival "ultra" groups in the Spanish capital in November.

Madrid's Court No. 20 says the judge released the four men after "statements by two witnesses created more than reasonable doubts about their direct participation in the acts that caused the death."

The court says the four were still charged for having participated in the large fight before the Atletico Madrid and Deportivo La...

Deportivo look to ruin Barca party

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Deportivo La Coruna coach Victor Sanchez del Amo is undaunted by the prospect of spoiling Xavi's Barcelona party and guaranteeing his side's La Liga survival at the Nou Camp on Saturday.

Long-serving midfielder Xavi will bid farewell to his home fans ahead of a summer move to Qatari side Al-Sadd as Barcelona celebrate the title they won with last weekend's win over Atletico Madrid.

But Victor has other things on his mind as his side go into the game knowing defeat could spell the end of their top-flight...

Depor win boots survival bid

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Deportivo La Coruna took a huge step towards survival by producing a resounding performance to beat Levante 2-0.

Defender Albert Lopo scored for the second game in a week to give the Galicians the lead on 20 minutes and then Juanfran wrapped up Deportivo's first victory in 15 matches with a late goal.

This well-earned victory took Deportivo two points clear of the relegation zone with just one game to play, although that match is a daunting away trip to newly crowned champions Barcelona.

Levante mathematically...

Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Deportivo La Coruña

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Alberto Lopo scored with the last kick of the match as Deportivo La Coruna snatched a dramatic 1-1 draw at Athletic Bilbao which gives them a fighting chance of escaping the bottom three in the Primera Division.

The visitors trailed to Aritz Aduriz's goal for much of the contest but Lopo's header three minutes into stoppage-time sparked wild celebrations among the visiting players.

The draw is not enough to lift Depor out of the bottom three but they are level on points with Eibar, who hold the last...

Deportivo La Coruna in a familiar fight against relegation in La Liga

Deportivo La Coruna named former first-team player Victor Sanchez as manager, replacing Victor Fernandez in the Riazor hot seat.

It has been another dramatic season in La Coruna where the locals are used to their beloved Deportivo -- or 'Depor' as they are affectionately known -- putting their nerves to the test. For many years the great finales consisted in battles for titles and cups when Depor was commonly prefixed with Super.

Super Depor is no more however and this is another season of suffering, in keeping with a recent emerging pattern as the team battles against a third successive relegation from Spain's top division.

Saturday...