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Zozulya delays Rayo decision

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SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
15 AD Alcorcon 8 7 11 31
16 Rayo 7 7 12 28
17 Mallorca 6 10 10 28
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Roman Zozulya's 'right to work' defended by La Liga chief Javier Tebas

Roman Zozulya Real Betis
Roman Zozulya has made six La Liga appearances for Real Beits this season.

La Liga president Javier Tebas has said the league has taken has taken legal action against 10 people who threatened Roman Zozulya after his loan move to Rayo Vallecano in order to defend the player's "right to work."

La Liga announced on Thursday that it had "brought a criminal action on charges of coercion against 10 individuals believed to be responsible for forcing Rayo Vallecano player Roman Zozulya to temporarily renounce joining the Madrid team, the club he had been loaned to by Real Betis."

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Tebas, Ukraine ambassador support Zozulya's right to play for Rayo

Roman Zozulya Real Betis
Roman Zozulya is waiting to see whether or not he'll be allowed to play the remainder of the campaign for Rayo Vallecano.

MADRID -- The Spanish league says their president has met with Ukraine's ambassador to Spain to discuss Roman Zozulya, a Ukrainian player at the centre of a fan protest that could leave him without a team.

The league says in a statement that president Javier Tebas and ambassador Anatoliy Scherba agreed that "the Spanish government must support the player" and he has a "right to work."

Zozulya's recent transfer from Real Betis to Rayo Vallecano was called off after some of Rayo's fans vehemently...

Roman Zozulya delays decision on Rayo Vallecano future

Roman Zozulya of Real Betis Balompie during a La Liga match against Sporting Gijon.
Roman Zozulya has postponed a decision about his La Liga future.

Ukrainian international Roman Zozulya has yet to make up his mind on whether or not to play for Rayo Vallecano.

Segunda Division strugglers Rayo signed the 27-year-old striker on loan from La Liga side Real Betis for the remainder of the season last week but his transfer has been met by opposition with some Rayo supporters accusing him of links to radical groups back home.

Zozulya was expected to announce his decision on Monday but the player had decided to wait a little longer.

"There will be a...

Roman Zozulya on Rayo Vallecano future: 'I fear for my family'

Roman Zozulya of Real Betis Balompie during a La Liga match against Sporting Gijon.
Roman Zozulya joined Real Betis from Dnipro on a three-year contract in June 2016.

Roman Zozulya said he is pondering whether to play for Rayo Vallecano for the remainder of the season and is frightened for his family's safety and will make a decision by Monday.

The Ukrainian international striker was loaned to second-division side Rayo from La Liga side Real Betis hours before Tuesday's transfer deadline.

However, Zozulya returned to Seville on Wednesday "very affected" after being insulted at training on Wednesday by a group of radical Rayo fans that are opposed to the player's...

Roman Zozulya returns to Real Betis from Rayo Vallecano amid fan protest

Roman Zozulya of Real Betis Balompie during a La Liga match against Sporting Gijon.
Roman Zozulya joined Real Betis from Dnipro on a three-year contract in June 2016.

Real Betis players on Thursday showed their support for Ukrainian striker Roman Zozulya, who returned to the club after a failed transfer to Spanish team Rayo Vallecano because of protests by fans who accused him of links to radical groups back home.

Players and coach Victor Sanchez appeared at a news conference to condemn the "public lynching of a player whose professional and personal behaviour has been impeccable since he arrived."

Team captain Joaquin Sanchez read a statement expressing the...