Sevilla has not lost at all at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and that trend continued yesterday evening as they knocked defeated a very good road team in Malaga, by a score of two goals to zero. With this victory, Los Rojiblancos move into fourth place and with a game
Seville have today rejected Liverpool's initial bid for their left back Alberto Moreno. Yesterday, Vavel reported that Liverpool had offered £16 million for the Spanish full-back as well as giving Spanish youngster, Suso, as part of the deal. However, today, Seville have rejected this bid, although the Europa League champions
Real Betis line up for what will most likely be their last derby for at least a year. Although the dream of survival is still a mathematical possibility, the side must make plans for life in Spanish football's second tier.
(* mi alma is an affectionate term used in Seville meaning something akin to "Goodbye Chuck", inexplicably mispronounced to sound more like my weapon rather than its literal translation of my soul")
As the winter break comes to an end in Spain, Ben Hardman looks forward to some of the top encounters taking place this weekend in Spain's Liga BBVA.
It has been nigh on twelve days since the last ball was kicked in Spain’s most elite football division. Action returns during the first weekend of the New Year and there is no shortage of mouth-watering ties on show: we have European battles, basement battles, city derbies and regional derbies.