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SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 UCAM Murcia 2 4 1 10
8 Elche 3 1 3 10
9 Girona 2 3 2 9
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LevanteLevante
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Athletic BilbaoAthletic Bilbao
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VillarrealVillarreal
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Real SociedadReal Sociedad
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid must pay €18.4m in land case - Madrid city

Florentino Perez
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez was in charge of the club at the time of the land transfer in 1998.

The Madrid city government said on Monday it would give Real Madrid a bill for €18.4 million ($20.6m) in illegal state aid after the European Commission ordered the club to repay the money.

The commission ruled that Real had been given an "unfair advantage" through tax breaks and land transfers.

"The city hall will establish the measures necessary to carry out the decision of the European Commission to recover the aid of €18.4m granted to Real Madrid," the local government said in a...

Spain's EU state aid case explained as La Liga clubs face sanctions

The European Commission is the European Union's executive body.
The European Commission is the executive body of the European Union.

The European Commission ruled on Monday that seven La Liga clubs have received illegal state aid in recent years -- and that the money must now be repaid to the government coffers. We take a look at what the ruling actually means and how things might play out.

Q: What happened on Monday?

A: The European Commission ruled that various parts of the Spanish government had broken EU state-aid rules by providing illegal assistance to seven different La Liga clubs.

The headline finding was that Real Madrid...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid, Barcelona among La Liga clubs ordered by EU to repay state aid

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his take on Spanish club's dominance in European competitions over the last three seasons.

Real Madrid, Barcelona and five other La Liga clubs were ordered Monday by the European Commission, the European Union's executive arm, to repay money to the Spanish government over various instances of the state providing aid to them.

European champions Real Madrid, Spanish league champions Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna were ordered to repay state tax credits given to them by Spain that date back 20 years.

The initial sum total was estimated to be €68.8 million euros, according to...

 By PA Sport

Cifu joins Malaga on loan from second-tier Elche

Malaga have announced the signing of winger Cifu on loan from Segunda Division side Elche.

The 25-year-old right-sided player will remain at Malaga for the rest of the season and is due to undertake his first training session with his new team-mates on Wednesday after completing his medical tests on Tuesday.

Cifu spent last...

 By Sid Lowe

Elche relegated to Segunda Division but celebrate last-minute survival

Elche's Estadio Manuel Martinez Valero was home to 20,000 season-ticket holders in 2014-15; that number will drop as the team move down to the Segunda Division.

They had little over 36 hours to save their club, and in the end, they did so with six hours to spare. It was just after 6 p.m. on Friday when Elche announced that next season they will play in the Segunda Division. The league had confirmed it and outside the stadium, a group of relieved fans let off fireworks, celebrating. The town's mayor, Carlos Gonzalez, who had led the rescue team working against the clock, called it "quite a feat."

A feat? Fireworks? Playing in the second division? For a...