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SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISIÓN

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Huesca 9 6 3 33
2 Lugo 10 3 5 33
3 Cádiz 9 5 4 32
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LevanteLevante
ElcheElche
0
0
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ElcheElche
Athletic BilbaoAthletic Bilbao
2
3
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VillarrealVillarreal
ElcheElche
1
0
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MálagaMálaga
ElcheElche
1
2
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ElcheElche
Deportivo La CoruñaDeportivo La Coruña
4
0
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Atletico MadridAtletico Madrid
ElcheElche
3
0
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ElcheElche
Real SociedadReal Sociedad
1
0
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CordobaCordoba
ElcheElche
0
2
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ElcheElche
GetafeGetafe
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1
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Fernando Torres brace helps Atletico Madrid see off Elche

Atletico MadridAtletico Madrid
ElcheElche
3
0
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Leg 2Aggregate: 4 - 1
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Fernando Torres scored his first two goals of the season to help Atletico Madrid reach the Copa del Rey last 16 with a 3-0 win over Elche on Wednesday.

Beginning 1-1 from last month's first leg, Atletico were set on their way when Jose Maria Gimenez headed home at a corner half an hour in, and then Torres netted his first goal since May two minutes later by putting in a rebound from a tight angle.

Luciano Vietto and Thomas Partey missed good chances to add to the score after the break, before Torres...

Saul Niguez: I'm 'sorry' Atletico Madrid will knock Elche out of Copa del Rey

With Atleti still winless after three games in the UCL, Sid Lowe shares his diagnosis for what's causing their struggles.

Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez has warned friends and family that his team are serious about winning the Copa del Rey this year as he prepares for a meeting with hometown club Elche in the round of 32.

Saul is a lifelong supporter of Elche, where his father Jose Antonio played as a striker from 1981-88, but Los Franjiverdes have slipped down to the third tier following a forced relegation for financial issues in 2015.

Ahead of Atletico's visit to the east coast town, the Spain international...

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Real Madrid must pay €18.4m in land case - Madrid city

Florentino Perez
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez was in charge of the club at the time of the land transfer in 1998.

The Madrid city government said on Monday it would give Real Madrid a bill for €18.4 million ($20.6m) in illegal state aid after the European Commission ordered the club to repay the money.

The commission ruled that Real had been given an "unfair advantage" through tax breaks and land transfers.

"The city hall will establish the measures necessary to carry out the decision of the European Commission to recover the aid of €18.4m granted to Real Madrid," the local government said in a...

Spain's EU state aid case explained as La Liga clubs face sanctions

The European Commission is the European Union's executive body.
The European Commission is the executive body of the European Union.

The European Commission ruled on Monday that seven La Liga clubs have received illegal state aid in recent years -- and that the money must now be repaid to the government coffers. We take a look at what the ruling actually means and how things might play out.

Q: What happened on Monday?

A: The European Commission ruled that various parts of the Spanish government had broken EU state-aid rules by providing illegal assistance to seven different La Liga clubs.

The headline finding was that Real Madrid...

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Real Madrid, Barcelona among La Liga clubs ordered by EU to repay state aid

Real Madrid, Barcelona and five other La Liga clubs were ordered Monday by the European Commission, the European Union's executive arm, to repay money to the Spanish government over various instances of the state providing aid to them.

European champions Real Madrid, Spanish league champions Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao and Osasuna were ordered to repay state tax credits given to them by Spain that date back 20 years.

The initial sum total was estimated to be €68.8 million euros, according to...