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La Liga News: 27 May 2016; Malaga appoint Juande Ramos, Luis Hernandez Set for Leicester City

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Moscow miss, absent against Barca, stunted celebration in Lisbon - it’s time for Cristiano Ronaldo to make his mark on a Champions League final like Messi has - Goal.com
Cristiano Ronaldo relishes the Champions League. The Portuguese is the all-time top scorer in the continental competition and on Saturday he can join a select band of players to have won it three times. But he has never quite made his mark on a final, as Lionel Messi has over the course of his glittering Barcelona career.

Jose Mourinho-Pedro Leon 2010 Real Madrid spat revived by Jerzy Dudek - ESPN FC
Ex-Real Madrid midfielder Pedro Leon has denied claims by former teammate Jerzy Dudek about his falling out with Jose Mourinho when they were all at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu five years ago. Leon impressed as a youngster for Spain, and was a particular favourite of Blancos fans and pundits when he was bought from Getafe for €10 million by the Bernabeu club in summer 2010.

Diego Simeone: The man who killed tiki-taka - Goal.com
Every team that has managed to eliminate one coached by Pep Guardiola in the Champions League has gone on to win the tournament. That fact endures to this day and Atletico Madrid fans will be praying it is a sign of things to come as they prepare for the 2016 final against Real Madrid.

Official: Malaga appoint Ramos | Football Espana
Malaga have confirmed the appointment of Juande Ramos as their new Coach on a three-year contract. Ramos previously managed Malaga in the 2003-04 season, when he led the side to a 10th-place finish in La Liga, during a campaign that included Salva Ballesta’s 22 goals, a 5-1 victory over Barcelona and the arrival of eventual club legend Duda.

Sporting Gijon defender Luis Hernandez set for Leicester City move - sources - ESPN FC
Leicester City have agreed a deal to sign Sporting Gijon defender Luis Hernandez on a free transfer, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Earlier this month, centre-back Hernandez revealed he would leave Gijon when his contract expired at the end of the season, and sources have said he is poised to join the Premier League champions.