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  • Valencia knock Barca off Copa throne

    Valencia beat Barcelona 2-1 to win the Copa del Rey on Saturday, ending the Spanish champions' four-year winning streak in the competition and denying them a domestic double.

  • Valencia inflict ninth La Liga defeat on Real Madrid

    Real Madrid's harrowing campaign continued as they fell to a ninth defeat in La Liga and their first since coach Zinedine Zidane returned as they were deservedly beaten 2-1 away by a resurgent Valencia on Wednesday.

  • Atletico, Valencia breeze into Copa del Rey quarters

    Atletico Madrid book their place in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey after seeing off third-tier Lleida, while new signing Luciano Vietto's hat-trick fires Valencia past Las Palmas.

  • Valverde proud at Barca's response to ghost goal fury

    Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde praise his side's temperament to bounce back from being denied a clear opening goal scored by Lionel Messi and falling behind to salvage a 1-1 draw at Valencia.

  • Marcelino named Valencia coach

    Valencia on Thursday named former Villarreal manager Marcelino as coach for next season, as the fallen giants of La Liga plot a revival in fortunes after two disappointing seasons and a slew of managers.

  • Valencia stun Real

    Real Madrid suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at struggling Valencia on Wednesday as they missed the opportunity to extend their lead at the top of La Liga after losing for only the second time in the league this season.

  • Late Malaga equaliser piles pressure on Prandelli

    Valencia's winless streak extended to six La Liga games as Pablo Fornals struck deep into stoppage time to hand Malaga a deserved 2-2 draw at a discontented Mestalla on Sunday.

  • Valencia keep struggling

    Valencia's poor La Liga season continued as Los Che remain just a point above the relegation zone after a 1-1 draw at fellow

  • Valencia director blasts referee

    Valencia's sporting director Jesús García Pitarch was scathing in his criticism of referee Undiano Mallenco following Barcelona's 3-2 win at the Mestalla on Saturday.

  • Prandelli gets winning start

    Ex-Italy coach Cesare Prandelli got off to a winning start in La Liga as his new Valencia side triumphed 2-1 at Sporting Gijon on Sunday, while Villarreal maintained their impressive opening to the season by thrashing Celta Vigo 5-0.

  • Alcacer close to Barca move

    Barcelona are on the verge of completing a reported 30 million euro move for Spain international Paco Alcacer from Valencia.

  • Costa, Mata left out

    Chelsea striker Diego Costa is left out of Spain coach Vicente del Bosque's provisional 25-man squad for Euro 2016 on Tuesday.

  • Messi's 500 goals analysed

    Lionel Messi's 500th career goal could not prevent stumbling leaders Barcelona suffering a third successive La Liga defeat for the first time since 2003.

  • Spain student bus crash 'kills 13'

    At least 13 people have been killed after a bus carrying foreign students crashed on a Spanish motorway between the cities of Barcelona and Valencia.

  • Messi undergoes further tests for kidney problems

    Barcelona have confirmed that Lionel Messi is undergoing further tests on kidney problems which first emerged in December but expect the forward to return to training on Wednesday.

  • Neville’s Valencia hold 10-man Real

    Gary Neville's Valencia battled to a dramatic La Liga draw with Real Madrid, who ended up with 10 men.

  • How much would Maradona be worth in 2015?

    Maradona would cost €40m at today's prices, having scored 119 times, won the Primera Division top scorer awards on three occasions and lifted the Youth World Cup in 1979.

  • Argentina fold without Kun and Messi

    Argentina were below-par all evening and finally slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Ecuador in Buenos Aires, as the absences of Messi and Aguero were felt keenly up-front.

  • Rafael Benitez

    Rafael Benitez confirms Napoli departure

    Rafael Benitez says he will be leaving Napoli following the final game of the Italian club's season on Sunday.

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