Arsenal confirm ACL injury for Jurrien Timber & 2 more big stories you might've missed
Arsenal confirm ACL injury for Jurrien Timber Arsenal have confirmed that Jurrien Timber has sustained an injury to his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.It is even feared that the Dutchman may not play again this term.
Ronaldo-owned club, Barca's favourite opposition and more: What's going on in Segunda
Following the Spanish second tier is always fun – let's see what it offers us these days.League tableEibar currently top the LaLiga2 table and should comfortably secure promotion for the next season – they are 8 points ahead of the playoff spot.
Tebas confirms La Liga-CVC deal — Madrid, Barca & 2 others left out
Javier Tebas, the president of La Liga, has confirmed in a press conference that the deal between the league and investment fund CVC has been approved. In total, 42 clubs took part in the voting, and 38 voted in favour of the deal and just four opposed it.
Tebas confirms La Liga-CVC deal — Barca, Madrid & 2 others left out
La Liga president Javier Tebas has confirmed in a press conference that the deal between the league and investment fund CVC has been approved. Out of the 42 clubs that took part in the voting, 38 voted in favour and just four opposed it.
What did 21st century Barca coaches achieve before landing Camp Nou job — you asked, we answered
According to recent reports, Ronald Koeman is likely to be sacked at the end of the season, with Barcelona legend Xavi named as one of the candidates to replace him. With many fans worrying that the former midfielder might still lack experience, Tribuna.
Monchu scores game-winning goal for Girona, proves himself as quality box-to-box midfielder: stat analysis
Monchu's game-winning goal against Real Oviedo has secured Girona their second win of the season – and the 21-year-old has been a true star of Segunda.As a reminder, Monchu joined Girona on loan in September.
Andriy Shevchenko: ‘Lunin ready for the challenge of playing for Real Madrid’
Speaking about Andriy Lunin’s future, Ukraine national team manager Andriy Shevchenko said (as quoted by Marca): “[Lunin] has great potential and that's why he's returned to Real Madrid.“I think he's ready for this challenge, both at his club and at the national team.
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Major change of guard needed: What Real Madrid XI would look like with no player older than 25
Can you imagine Real Madrid's centre-back pair of Eder Militao and Jesus Vallejo? That's exactly what it would look like if Zinedine Zidane was tasked to start no players older than 25.Goalkeeper and defenceAs Thibaut Courtois is already 28, Andriy Lunin takes the position between the sticks.
Madrid ready? Andriy Lunin shines for Oviedo in first match after football break vs Ponferradina
On Friday, Real Oviedo hosted Ponferradina in the Spanish second tier. The home side managed to get away with a point as Andriy Lunin starred at the Nuevo Carlos Tartiere, keeping his third clean sheet of the season.
'Not playing for a year is a disaster': Lunin explains how Oviedo loan helped him to regain confidence ahead of Madrid return
Real Madrid loanee Andriy Lunin has confessed that it was really hard for him not to play on a constant basis for over a year. In fact, only Ukrainian football legend and national team boss Andriy Shevchenko's support helped him to get through this difficult time.
Lunin: 'I would love to go back to Madrid and compete for the No.1 shirt'
Speaking to Madridista Real on Sunday, Real Madrid's loanee Andriy Lunin revealed his readiness to fight for the starting XI spot as soon as he returns to the Bernabeu."Of course I would love to go back to Madrid and compete there for the No.