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La Liga News: 5 May 2015; Paul Pogba to Miss First Leg, Celta Vigo Let Two-Goal Lead Slip Away

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Juventus name squad for Madrid | Football Italia
Massimiliano Allegri has named a 23-man squad for Juventus’ Champions League semi-final with Real Madrid. Paul Pogba is still absent with injury, as are Martin Caceres and Kwadwo Asamoah, but otherwise the Bianconeri are at full-strength. Rubinho is still absent with injury, so Emil Audero will take his place on the bench, while Luca Marrone is also available.

Juventus Real Madrid Bayern and Barcelona future stars - ESPN FC
The squads of all four sides are largely populated with players of worldwide renown -- the likes of Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Thomas Muller -- but here we look at four players who could be key figures for their respective clubs in the future.

Real Madrid win, Terry message, Bayern concern Gab Marcotti - ESPN FC
You step on the pitch with the table saying you're five points back. Sure, you have a game in hand, but it happens to be at Sevilla's Sanchez Pizjuan, where you haven't won since 2011 and, in fact, where no visiting team has won in 35 games.

The one that got away: How Juventus missed out on Ronaldo -
Legend has it that it was Sir Alex Ferguson’s own Manchester United players who persuaded the record-breaking former manager to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. "You’ve got to get him, boss," they told the 13-time league champion after losing 3-1 to a Ronaldo-inspired Sporting Lisbon in a preseason friendly in 2003.

Almeria 2-2 Celta Vigo | Sky Sports Football
Goals from Nolito and Santi Mina had the visitors, chasing Europa League football, up 2-0 at the break. But Thievy Bifouma replied two minutes into the second half and, after Celta's Gustavo Cabral was sent off in the 52nd minute, Jonathan Zonga equalised with a little over 20 minutes left.

Elche coach Fran Escriba hails miracle survival | Sky Sports
Elche coach Fran Escriba believes his team have pulled off a "miracle" in defending their La Liga status, considering the club's financial troubles this season. The club based in the Alicante province won 2-1 at Malaga on Sunday, their fourth win in their last five league games, to clinch La Liga survival with three games to spare.

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