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Real Sociedad

Sociedad move into top half

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Cordoba picked up three red cards as the Primera Division's bottom side slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Real Sociedad.

Aleksandar Pantic was dismissed after just six minutes but the visitors still managed to take the lead as Florin Andone put them in front.

Imanol Agirretxe's equaliser meant David Moyes' side were level at the break and they moved in front when Gonzalo Castro scored with just 15 minutes remaining.

Cordoba had it all to do to prevent a ninth straight league defeat and their task was made...

 By PA Sport

Real Sociedad boss David Moyes says Premier League not what it used to be

The ESPN FC panel debate why La Liga teams are doing better in Europe compared to those in the Prem.

Real Sociedad boss David Moyes believes failure in Europe has exposed declining standards in the Premier League.

Former Everton and Manchester United Moyes has been working in La Liga since November and, while he has been linked with a return to England, he appears comfortable in the Primera Division.

While Spanish sides have flourished in Europe this season, their Premier League counterparts have struggled, with none left in the Champions League or Europa League after Arsenal, Manchester City, Chelsea...

Getafe 0-1 Real Sociedad

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David Moyes' Real Sociedad side ended their long wait for an away win in the Primera Division as they triumphed 1-0 at Getafe.

Sociedad were the only La Liga side without a win on the road this season going into Monday's clash at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez, but they finally got that monkey off their backs courtesy of Inigo Martinez's second-half header.

The Sociedad academy product rose highest to nod home Esteban Granero's accurate free-kick off a post in the 66th minute, although Getafe keeper Vicente...

 By Sid Lowe

When John Aldridge returned to Real Sociedad, he got a hero's welcome

After scoring prolifically in all four divisions of the English football league, John Aldridge moved to Spain in 1989.

When John Aldridge arrived in San Sebastian in September 1989, he was met by graffiti telling him he was not welcome; when he arrived in San Sebastian last weekend, returning to the city for the first time more than a quarter of a century later, he was met by 30,000 football fans standing to applaud. It was half-time in Real Sociedad's league game with Espanyol and soon they were chanting his name: the man who changed their history and identity, a legend at the club. As he stood in the centre circle...