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Real Valladolid secure promotion to La Liga top flight after playoff triumph

Real Valladolid earned promotion to the top flight in La Liga after drawing with Numancia 1-1 on Saturday to win their playoff final 4-1 on aggregate.

Numancia, facing a three-goal deficit from their home defeat in the first leg, finally got on the board when Manuel del Moral scored in the 87th minute.

But Jaime Mata levelled the second leg match in stoppage time and Valladolid celebrated their return to the Primera Division for the first time since the 2013-14 season.

They will join Segunda...

Deportivo hoping to keep Real Madrid youngster Fede Valverde

Deportivo la Coruna are hoping they will convince Real Madrid to let them keep exciting promising midfielder Fede Valverde for another season after the Galician club were relegated from La Liga.

The 19-year-old, who is training with Uruguay ahead of next month's World Cup, spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Deportivo.

Contracted to Madrid until June 2021, Valverde last month declared his wish to remain at Depor beyond this summer, even if it meant playing in the Segunda Division.

Deportivo...

 By Robbie Dunne

Zinedine Zidane coy, respectful of Liverpool ahead of Champions League final

Toni Kroos used four adjectives to describe Liverpool on Tuesday during Real Madrid's media day ahead of the Champions League final. "They're tough, competitive, aggressive and very strong," he said while also suggesting that Real Madrid have better technique. It might be true regarding the overall quality of both squads, but Zinedine Zidane has to ensure his side don't go out thinking they are facing a bunch of uncontrolled madmen on Saturday night in Kiev. Los Blancos will need to be hungry, savvy...

Sporting Gijon coach Ruben Baraja gets four-match ban for touchline interference

Sporting Gijon coach Ruben Baraja has been banned four games by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) as punishment for holding back a Barcelona B player during a Segunda Division game on Saturday.

Baraja will miss Sporting's final three league games -- Friday's clash at Tenerife, as well as matches against Granada and Cordoba -- and a further game.

A star at Valencia in his playing days, Baraja was sent off after the action. He apologised after the game for preventing Barcelona B right-back...

Sporting Gijon coach Ruben Baraja faces ban after taking down Barcelona B player

Former Valencia midfielder Ruben Baraja, now the coach at Sporting Gijon.
Former Valencia midfielder Ruben Baraja was appointed coach at Sporting Gijon in December.

Sporting Gijon coach Ruben Baraja has apologised for preventing a Barcelona B player from taking a throw-in during his team's 3-2 Segunda Division defeat on Saturday -- an action that could see lead to a lengthy ban.

The ball went out of bounds near the centre line with the score level at 2-2 in the 79th minute, and Baraja, standing in the technical area, handed the ball to Barcelona B right-back Sergio Palencia.

But as Palencia attempted to throw the ball in to launch a fast counter-attack, Baraja...