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La Liga News: 30 September 2015; Valencia Win in Lyon, Malaga Lose Nordin Amrabat for Two Months

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Feghouli thunderbolt earns Valencia win at Lyon -
Lyon had started well, yet Valencia gradually took control and posed their own set-piece threat from corners, Aymen Abdennour heading against the upright after earlier nodding wide. Feghouli then took over the mantle, grazing the bar with a vicious effort before connecting with it a second, decisive time – his shot from distance bouncing in off the bar after he had received a Pablo Piatti pass in too much space.

Former Real Madrid and Spain midfielder Ignacio Zoco passes away | Sky Sports
Former Real Madrid midfielder Ignacio Zoco, a key part of the team that dominated La Liga in the 1960s and the Spain side that won the 1964 European Championship, has died at the age of 76.

Diego Simeone confident Jackson Martinez will find goals - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has backed misfiring summer signing Jackson Martinez to soon be among the goals. Jackson joined Atletico for €35 million from Porto last season, but has scored just one goal so far this season, his worst start to a season since he came to Europe in 2011, according to Marca.

Sevilla back in Turin for Juventus challenge -
I am sorry Lichtsteiner is not available but the doctors wanted to do further tests as a precaution. Tomorrow we'll play with Andrea Barzagli – maybe in a three or a four-man defence – but it doesn't change much. We've got to play with great determination. This is almost decisive for qualification from the group – it would build on our win in Manchester.

Juve name 19-man squad for Sevilla -
Massimiliano Allegri has announced a 19-man squad for Wednesday night’s Champions League Group D encounter with Sevilla at Juventus Stadium.

Amrabat facing two months out | Football Espana
Malaga will be without forward Nordin Amrabat for two months after it was confirmed he tore his meniscus in his right knee against Real Madrid. AS notes Amrabat was hurt in a collision with Nacho during the goalless draw, and was dismissed with 13 minutes to go for raising a hand to Marcelo. But tests have confirmed that the 28-year-old will miss the next eight weeks, following surgery to repair the damage.

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