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Are Sevilla in the title race?

La Liga
 By Sid Lowe

Meet the Spanish team trying to sell all its players and get them back to work

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol say the title race is back on in La Liga after Real Madrid's loss to Sevilla.
Rodolfo Bodipo, seen here in 2008, manages a team full of players hoping to find work at new clubs.

"People think that with footballers it's all gold and roses; here, you see the crude reality for a lot of players."

Rodolfo Bodipo, a former first-division striker in Spain and an international with Equatorial Guinea, is a football manager with a difference: he's trying to get rid of all his players. Every single last one of them, and as quick as he can. He has just 10 more days to do it. And at the end of that time, what he most wants is to have no players at all, to be standing there on the...

 By Chris Wright

Big European clubs release new Snapchat lenses

If you happen to be bored of turning yourself into a panting dog or swapping faces with a child then fear not, for Snapchat are about to launch a new line of football-related filters.

As of midnight (GMT) on Friday, Snapchat are rolling out a set of 13 bespoke lenses that will feature the crests and colours of the top club sides in England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

The new lenses will allow fans to apply virtual club-themed face paint and also play a mini game in which they can head a football...

Is Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo to blame for club's recent woes?

Following their 40-match unbeaten run, the FC crew believe Real Madrid need to refocus after two losses in as many games.

With the mood around the Bernabeu having nosedived following two defeats in four days across two competitions, a debate has opened up among Real Madrid fans and pundits over whether a decline in output from superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is to blame.

Just last week Madrid were buoyant -- setting a new Spanish club record of 40 games unbeaten in all competitions, and sitting clear at the top of the La Liga standings well ahead of rivals Sevilla, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo was...

Malaga remind Real Madrid of goalless draw on Twitter

La Liga clubs Real Madrid and Malaga became involved in a [mini] social media row ahead of their meeting at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday -- as the Andalusian outfit poked fun at their higher-profile rivals with a reminder of last season's 0-0 draw.

Ahead of this weekend's game the Madrid social media team rolled out a twitter poll asking "Would you be able to tell us how many goals [Karim] Benzema has scored against Malaga? #HalaMadrid." and the options 5, 6, 7 or 8 goals.

Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid cannot afford another stumble against Malaga

Craig Burley and Steve Nicol say the title race is back on in La Liga after Real Madrid's loss to Sevilla.

Not long ago, in the middle of Real Madrid's victorious streak, this blog warned that every top club is only three matches away from a crisis, and that competing teams could also find their form.

After two consecutive defeats, the team coached by Zinedine Zidane can't afford to lose -- not even draw -- a third match. Another loss could see their closest followers in the La Liga table, Sevilla and Barcelona, leapfrog them, even if they still have a match in hand. On Saturday afternoon, Real Madrid...

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Trending: Man United top rich list ahead of Barca, Griezmann to go?

Is this Memphis Depay's last chance to make an impact at a big club?

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

MAN UNITEDThe club are back on top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2005 but the pound's fall against the euro means they may struggle to beat Barcelona and Real Madrid again next year.

- Lyon have announced Memphis Depay has arrived in the city to discuss personal terms ahead of completing his move.

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic could play for Manchester United until he is 40, his former...