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La Liga News: 10 November 2015; Eusebio Sacristan Replaces Fired David Moyes, "Ronaldo" Premieres

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Sergio Ramos hits out at Real Madrid’s medical department -
Sergio Ramos has hit out at Real Madrid’s medical department and admits the team have no confidence in club doctor Jesus Olmo. Madrid have been hit with several injuries to key players this season including James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Pepe, Dani Carvajal and Mateo Kovacic, while Ramos has required pain-killing injections to play through a shoulder problem.

Cristiano Ronaldo won't let Sevilla loss ruin film debut - ESPN FC
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo said he was sad about the club's 3-2 loss to Sevilla but reticent to let it overshadow Monday's presentation in London of the world premiere of "Ronaldo" the documentary about the Portugal striker's life.

Real Madrid's Marco Asensio showing star quality on loan at Espanyol | Football News | Sky Sports
It has only taken eight La Liga appearances for Marco Asensio to show what the fuss is about. After racing through the youth ranks at Mallorca and earning a £2.5m transfer to Real Madrid last year, the 19-year-old's ascent to stardom is rapidly gathering pace at Espanyol, who he joined on a season-long loan in August.

Karim Benzema 'calm' over Mathieu Valbuena blackmail charge - ESPN FC
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema said he was "calm" in the face of charges as part of a wider investigation into an attempt to blackmail his France teammate Mathieu Valbuena, 31, over a sex tape.

Real Sociedad sack David Moyes after poor run of form - ESPN FC
David Moyes has been sacked as head coach of Real Sociedad, the club have announced. The former Everton and Manchester United boss moved to San Sebastian, Spain, looking to revive his coaching career in La Liga after being sacked by the Red Devils just seven months into his contract at Old Trafford.

Real Sociedad also at fault for David Moyes failure - ESPN FC
One of the most famous phrases in modern Spanish football was coined by Rafa Benitez. "I was expecting a sofa, and you brought me a lampshade," he said with biting criticism in 2003 to his "boss," the director of football at Valencia. Not long after, he was gone, infuriated by his treatment -- much to Valencia's loss and Liverpool's gain.

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