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Manchester City's Angelino and Pablo Maffeo join Girona on loan

Manchester City defenders Pablo Maffeo and Angelino have joined Spanish side Girona on loan until the end of the season.

Maffeo, 19, spent the second half of last season on loan at the same club making 13 appearances.

The Barcelona-born right-back returned in the summer and made his City debut in the Champions League playoff second leg with Steaua Bucharest and has started three games in total.

Angelino, 19, made his City debut last season after completing a loan spell with sister club New York...

Referee in Spanish regional league attacked by player

A Miralbueno player punched the referee in the face.

A referee was attacked by a player during a lower league game in Spain after awarding a penalty.

Fahd Aboou El Mourabit, 18, was officiating Sunday's first regional division game between Miralbueno and San Juan in the city of Zaragoza.

Visiting team San Juan converted a penalty in the 20th minute and immediately after, El Mourabit showed Miralbueno goalkeeper a yellow card for dissent.

A Miralbueno player, who has not been named, punched the referee in the face and knocked him to the ground before...

Ex-NBA superstar Steve Nash urges Mallorca fans to be patient

Mallorca shareholder Steve Nash has asked fans to be patient.

Former NBA superstar Steve Nash has urged Real Mallorca supporters to be patient and told them that the club's promotion to Spain's top flight will require time.

The 42-year-old Canadian, who retired after 19 years in the NBA, is one of three shareholders of Mallorca.

A fervent football fan, Nash was in the stands during Mallorca's 1-0 home triumph over Alcorcon on Sunday.

Nash said on the club's website: "I know the fans want for this historic club to return to the Primera Division but we want...

Javier Tebas to run La Liga for four more years

La Liga president Javier Tebas has not hidden his desire to have Christmas football become a permanent part of the Spanish calendar.
Javier Tebas ran unopposed for La Liga president.

MADRID -- La Liga has provisionally elected Javier Tebas to a second four-year term as president.

Tebas ran unopposed after Alex Aranzabal ended his proposed candidacy on Tuesday, a day before the deadline for candidates to register.

The Spanish league is composed of 42 first- and second-division teams in Spain.

La Liga said on Wednesday that Tebas will be officially confirmed as president on Oct. 11.

The 54-year-old Tebas is a lawyer. He was first elected league president in 2013, running unopposed. 


Getafe sack Juan Esnaider after poor start to Spanish Segunda campaign

Juan Esnaider
Juan Esnaider struggled to impress.

Spanish second division side Getafe dismissed coach Juan Esnaider on Monday after a poor start to the campaign.

Esnaider, 43, had been in charge of Getafe since replacing Fran Escriba on April 12 but the Madrid outfit, relegated from La Liga after finishing 19th in the standings last season, have lost four of their last five games in all competitions.

Getafe fell 2-0 at home to Girona in the Segunda Division on Sunday, a result that dropped the team to 21st in the 22-team league. They have one win...