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Sporting defender concedes 3 pens, sent off

Sebastian Coates endured a terrible game in Sporting's defeat at the hands of Rio Ave.

Sporting Lisbon defender Sebastian Coates endured a nightmare evening as he conceded three penalties and was sent off in his side's 3-2 defeat to Rio Ave on Saturday.

The former Liverpool man fouled the same player Mehdi Taremi three times for the penalty incidents.

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Coates received his first yellow card after conceding a spot kick within the first six minutes of the match...


Fabio Coentrao takes pay cut to leave Real Madrid: 'I don't mind dying poor'

Fabio Coentrao during the first leg of Sporting Lisbon's Europa League quarterfinal against Atletico Madrid.
Fabio Coentrao was loaned to Sporting Lisbon last season and has rejoined boyhood club Rio Ave.

Fabio Coentrao said the reason he agreed to cancel his contract at Real Madrid with a year left was because he wanted to be happy.

Coentrao signed for Madrid in 2011 after leaving Benfica, and after being sent on loan to Sporting Lisbon last season, he had hoped to be able to return on a permanent deal.

Instead, the left-back rejoined boyhood club Rio Ave on Friday ahead of the transfer deadline.

"I waited until the 31st for a call from [Sporting], to which I gave everything I had last year, and...