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La Liag News: 23 November 2015; Atletico Madrid Move into Second Place, Sevilla Lose Marco Andreolli for the Season

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Cristiano Ronaldo will end his career at Real Madrid - Jorge Mendes - ESPN FC
Cristiano Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes has said it would be "impossible" for the Portuguese star to leave Real Madrid for Paris Saint-Germain, while Monaco believe they have no chance of signing him. Ronaldo, 30, was jeered by Real Madrid fans during their 4-0 home loss to Barcelona on Sunday, which has heightened speculation about the forward's future.

Real Madrid fans want Benitez, Perez exits for Clasico 'humiliation' - reaction- ESPN FC
Reports in the Spanish media suggest Rafa Benitez and Florentino Perez are under huge pressure following Real Madrid's 4-0 Clasico defeat to Barcelona, with Bernabeu fans calling for both the coach and president to leave the club. Luis Suarez scored a brace with Neymar and Andres Iniesta netting a goal apiece as Barca eased to a superb victory at Madrid's Bernabeu stadium on Saturday, with a headline from Spanish daily AS reading: "Madrid left in ruins."

Gareth Bale still 'very happy' at Real Madrid - ESPN FC
Real Madrid star Gareth Bale has said he has no intention of cutting short his spell at the Bernabeu as he targets further trophies with the Spanish giants. Bale has consistently been linked with a return to the Premier League, with fresh speculation in the wake of Madrid's 4-0 home loss to Barcelona on Saturday, but he says he has plenty still to achieve in the Spanish capital.

Rafa Benitez will 'probably' be sacked by Real Madrid, says Guillem Balague | Sky Sports
Benitez had lost just once in his first 15 games in charge of Real Madrid following Carlo Ancelotti's departure in the summer, but Balague believes the impatience at the club is the result of a flawed model, and says Real will most likely soon be looking for a 12th permanent manager this century.

Bale v Ronaldo: Who had the biggest Clasico shocker? -
It was a truly miserable Clasico for Real Madrid and its supporters, with neither Gareth Bale nor Cristiano Ronaldo able to do anything to stop Barcelona storming to an emphatic 4-0 win at the Bernabeu. But when the time comes to reflect on the result, who will be more embarrassed with their performance against Luis Enrique's side? Goal, with the help of Opta, displays the stats for both of Madrid's faltering Galacticos...

Atletico Madrid move above Real Madrid into 2nd on Koke goal - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid move up to second in the Primera Division after recording a narrow yet deserved 1-0 victory at Real Betis. Koke's seventh-minute goal proved enough for Diego Simeone's side to take all three points from their trip to the Benito Villamarin stadium, though the visitors wasted several opportunities to put the game to bed.

Granada upset form book with win over Athletic Bilbao - ESPN FC
Granada saw off Athletic Bilbao 2-0 to pick up their first win since August and move off the bottom of the Primera Division and out of the relegation zone. An own goal by Aymeric Laporte after just five minutes put the hosts on their way to victory and Isaac Success made sure of the points by scoring on the volley just before the hour mark, ending Athletic's five-game winning streak in all competitions.

Villarreal leave it late to snatch point and move back into top four - ESPN FC
Left-back Jaume Costa scored a late equaliser to earn Villarreal a 1-1 draw against Eibar at El Madrigal, where both teams finished with 10 men. It looked set to be an afternoon of frustration for Marcelino's men after Sergio Enrich volleyed the visitors ahead midway through the first half.

Valverde plays down Muniain knock | Football Espana
Athletic Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde insists Iker Muniain’s recent thigh knock "isn’t important" and expects him to be back in full training next week. It had been reported that the attacker suffered a further blow after seven months out with knee ligament damage, but his Coach played down the severity of his latest injury as he bids to match the fitness levels of his teammates.

Rubi celebrates his first win as Levante coach - ESPN FC
Levante made the most of Sporting Gijon's defensive frailties to beat the Asturian side 3-0 at El Molinon and pick up their first win under coach Rubi. Brazilian forward Deyverson scored twice either side of a strike by Morocco international Zouhair Feddal to give the visitors an unassailable three-goal lead before half-time, while Sporting's Jony had a penalty saved in the second half.

Sevilla's Andreolli set for long-term Achilles absence -
Sevilla defender Marco Andreolli is set to miss the rest of the season with a torn Achilles tendon. The Italian center back sustained the injury to his left leg during the first half of Saturday's 2-0 loss at Real Sociedad – a result that left Unai Emery's team 11th in La Liga.

Eusebio: Real on the right path | Football Espana
Debuting Real Sociedad boss Eusebio Sacristan hailed his side for a "very good" performance during Saturday’s 2-0 win against Sevilla in La Liga. Goals from Imanol Agirretxe and Xabi Prieto earned the Basques their first home win of the season and the Coach a victorious start to his reign in San Sebastian.

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