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Relevent claims RFEF made first approach to host Spanish Supercup in U.S.

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The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has told ESPN FC that it turned down an offer from Relevent Sports for the 2019 Spanish Supercup to be played in the United States, but a source has claimed the RFEF approached Relevent first.

Relevent, the organiser of the International Champions Cup, signed a 15-year agreement with La Liga in August, with its plans including a regular season La Liga game being played in North America from this season.

La Liga chose Girona's home game against Barcelona...

VAR introduction means players can no longer cheat - Sevilla's Roque Mesa

Sevilla midfielder Roque Mesa has said the introduction Video Assistant Referee (VAR) technology means players "can no longer cheat or trick [the official]."

Mesa was speaking after VAR, which is being implemented in La Liga this season, was called upon for the first time in Spanish football in the ninth minute of Barcelona's Spanish Super Cup win over Sevilla in Morocco on Sunday.

The technology was used to award Sevilla's goal, initially ruled out for offside, with the video assistants finding...

Sevilla threaten action over rule change for Spanish Super Cup vs. Barcelona

Sevilla have threatened legal action ahead of Sunday's Spanish Super Cup after a late change of rules cleared Barcelona to use more non-European Union players.

The two clubs are scheduled to play on Sunday night in Tangier, Morocco (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPNEWS and ESPN Deportes), and the Spanish football federation (RFEF) announced one day before the game that the match would have no squad restrictions concerning the use of non-EU players.

The federation's rules normally only allow for teams...

Gerard Pique: No U-turn on decision to retire from Spain

BARCELONA, Spain -- Gerard Pique says he will not reverse his decision to retire from international football despite a recent conversation with Spain coach Luis Enrique.

Pique, 31, confirmed before the World Cup that the tournament would mark the end of his La Roja career but the appointment of the former Barcelona boss led to speculation he could make a U-turn.

However, the defender says his decision stands.

"I spoke with Luis Enrique a week ago," Pique said in a news conference on Saturday...