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La Liga News: 17 November 2015; Spain Friendly Called Off, Real Madrid Contemplating Sales

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Tebas plays down Madrid support | Football Espana
LFP President Javier Tebas has admitted that he is a Real Madrid fan but insists his support for Los Blancos does not influence his job. Tebas revealed in the past that his children were all Madrid fans and he has now confirmed that he shares their support, although he was quick to make it clear that his reign was free of any bias.

Belgium versus Spain postponed amid safety fears - Goal.com
elgium's home international friendly against Spain has been postponed due to safety fears in the wake of Friday's Paris terror attacks. Authorities were on the hunt for a suspected assailant in Belgium on Monday, three days after 129 people were killed in attacks on the French capital.

Real Madrid boss Rafael Benitez should not be judged yet, says Terry Gibson | Sky Sports
The former Liverpool boss is coming under pressure from the Spanish press ahead of this weekend's Clasico, despite the defeat at Sevilla in their last game being their first in La Liga this season. Many have accused Benitez of using negative tactics, although Real have outscored Barcelona in the league thus far.

Cristiano Ronaldo value to Real Madrid, Perez dwindling - ESPN FC
It seems hardly a day has gone by over the last six months without speculation as to where the Portuguese's next destination might be. During the summer all the talk was of a return to Old Trafford, the theatre where Ronaldo first rose to the billing of star man. In recent months the focus has been shifted inexorably towards Paris Saint-Germain, a club with big ambitions and even deeper pockets.

Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale may leave Madrid - sources - ESPN FC
Real Madrid are facing up to a choice over whether to sell Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale next summer, sources have told ESPN FC. The representatives of both players have already investigated moves away from the Bernabeu and sources say that, for a variety of reasons, Real are likely to sell one of them.

Juan Mata doubts Cristiano Ronaldo will re-sign Man United - ESPN FC
Juan Mata has told Goal it would be very difficult for Manchester United to re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo, a three-time World Player of the Year, left Old Trafford to join Real Madrid for a world-record fee of £80 million in 2009.

Rayo Vallecano supporters are angry about Rayo OKC - Black And Red United
Once the announcement that Rayo OKC (Yes, that's still the name.), Rayo Vallecano supporters immediately began to voice their displeasure. The hashtag #PresaVeteYa broke out on Twitter, as Rayo supporters demanded that the club president Raúl Martín Presa leave the club. This is not the first issue that has arisen between the the supporters and the president.