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10 hours ago

Los Che continue strong start

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Valencia entered an early tie for second place in the Primera Division by cruising to a comfortable 3-0 victory at Getafe.

The visitors' third straight win was secured by first-half goals from Paco Alcacer and Andre Gomes, with Rodrigo Moreno later converting a penalty shortly before seeing red and leaving his team light.

Los Che are now only two points behind Barcelona and level on 10 points with ambitious Sevilla, but Getafe's third defeat of the season leaves them floundering down in 16th spot.

An...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
3 days ago

Valencia warn fans against racist chants

Valencia president Amadeo Salvo is confident the club can get back on their feet after financial struggles.
Valencia, led by president Amadeo Salvo, warned fans against racism.

Valencia have released a statement saying racism is not tolerated among their fans, after some ultras reportedly sang "Sieg Heil" during last Sunday's 3-1 win at home to Espanyol.

After Nazi chants were heard coming from Mestalla's Curva Nord during the La Liga encounter, Los Che supporters' group leaders quickly issued a statement apologising for what had taken place and saying any individuals...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
5 days ago

Valencia, Elche and Hercules warned over illegal state aid

The ESPN FC team pick their favorite team in La Liga: Barcelona, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid.

EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia has warned that any Spanish clubs found guilty of receiving illegal state aid will have to pay the millions of euros involved back quickly, with interest.

Almunia was responding to a question regarding the cases of Valencia, Elche and Hercules, who all received loan guarantees from the regional Valencian government, in moves the European Commission is investigating at present.

However, his comments could also apply to Real Madrid, who are under investigation...

 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
7 days ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno gives his take on which Madrid team is the best, Atletico Madrid or Real Madrid.

Each week we will take a look at five things we learned from the weekend of La Liga action. This week, Madridistas have had enough of San Iker, Barca's defence is dependable and more.

1. Casillas and whistles

It was very hard to know what exactly was going through the heads of the thousands and thousands of Real Madrid fans at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu who repeatedly whistled club captain Iker Casillas throughout Saturday night's 2-1 derbi defeat to Atletico Madrid.

Sure, Madrid had again conceded...

Sep 14, 2014

Valencia 3-1 Espanyol

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Valencia continued their excellent start to life under coach Nuno Espirito Santo with a dominant 3-1 win over Espanyol, who will be worrying about their prospects in the Primera Division this season.

Pablo Piatti finished off a cut-back from Rodrigo Moreno to put the hosts in front with just eight minutes gone, and second-half goals from Dani Parejo and Paco Alcacer finished off a sorry Espanyol side, although Sergio Garcia did manage to score a late penalty for the Catalans.

Valencia now have seven...