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La Liga News: 13 October 2015: Mario Gaspar Grabs Spain Winner

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Mario Gaspar's debut goal helps Spain win in Ukraine | liga-bbva | spo
Spain wrapped up their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a 1-0 win in Ukraine thanks to a first half goal from
Mario Gaspar. The Villarreal right-back, making his debut for La Roja, headed in the game’s only goal at the far post after good work by Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara.

​La Liga reportedly agrees new title sponsor - Tribal Football
Japanese carmaker Mazda is reportedly set to replace BBVA as the title sponsor of Spain's La Liga, reports, SportsProMedia. According to reports in the Spanish press, the company will take over as the main sponsor of the country's top soccer division when the deal between the Spanish Professional Football League (LFP) and BBVA expires at the end of next June.

Alvaro Arbeloa bitter end at Real Madrid - ESPN FC
It would be a shame if in his last year with the Merengues, the last thing we remember from Arbeloa is a lost ball and a late tackle that made
Real Madrid drop two points in a derby. Unfortunately, everything points to a bitter end for the full-back at this point, and in no small part because of his own decisions.

Real Madrid ready to move for Dani Ceballos to beat Arsenal and Liverpool | Football | Sport | Daily Express
Real Madrid are looking to beat Arsenal and Liverpool to Dani Ceballos, according to reports in Spain. The
Real Betis star, 19, has been dubbed the next Cesc Fabregas and is on Europe's elite radar. The Premier League duo began looking at Ceballos since the European under 19 Championships this summer.

Carlo Ancelotti feared Real Madrid would fire him after just one season | Football | Sport | Daily Express
Carlo Ancelotti
is convinced Real Madrid were keen to get rid of him after just one season. "The truth is they probably wanted to fire me after one season and they would’ve done if I hadn’t won the Champions League, he told Canal+. "I knew full well that if I didn’t win something again, they would replace me."