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Spanish Segunda División

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Zinedine Zidane's son Enzo makes Real Madrid Castilla bow vs. Conquense

Enzo Zidane has opted to play for France's under-age sides ahead of Spain's.

Zinedine Zidane's eldest son made his debut for Real Madrid Castilla on Sunday.

Enzo Zidane, 19, came off the bench in the final minutes of the Segunda B clash against Conquense as Los Blancos recorded a 2-1 win.

Despite playing for Spain under-15s, the midfielder has since chosen to represent France, and his father spoke of his delight at seeing his son receive a call-up to the nation's under-19 team earlier this year.

Zidane Snr was banned for three months from coaching Castilla in October for...

Carlo Ancelotti backs Zinedine Zidane over Castilla coaching badge issue

ESPN FC's Fernando Palomo analyses Iker Casillas' role and future with Spain following the scrutiny the goalkeeper has come under due to his recent form.

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti says the coaching badge issue which could see Zinedine Zidane banned from taking charge of Real Madrid Castilla for three months is unfair.

Zidane is managing Madrid's B team this season, although he is officially listed as an assistant as he has yet to complete the UEFA Pro Licence required by the Spanish authorities.

Rayo Vallecano coach Paco Jemez has called the situation "shameful," while former Barcelona boss Johan Cruyff has played down the issue, saying that...

Murcia fail; Spanish Segunda back on

La Liga newcomers SD Eibar are excited by the challenge of competing in La Liga for the first time in their history, but head coach Gaizka Garitano knows survival is a huge challenge.

Spain's Segunda Division is set to start on Saturday as planned after a second Madrid court ruling said the league's authorities were within their rights to forcibly relegate Murcia to the third tier for not fulfilling their financial obligations.

Thursday evening's ruling appears to put an end to what has been a long-running boardroom and courtroom saga, with Mirandes getting a reprieve and staying up despite finishing in the drop zone last year.

A different judge had last week ruled that the La...

La Liga to use vanishing spray

Referees used vanishing spray at the 2014 World Cup.

Spain's football federation (RFEF) has approved the use of vanishing spray to be used by referees in the country's top two divisions from next season.

The spray, which was given worldwide exposure at the World Cup this summer, is used to mark the distance between the ball and the defensive wall at a free kick, making it harder for the defending side to encroach before the ball is kicked.

Referees also use the canned substance -- which has been used in professional leagues across South America for...

Cordoba promoted with last-gasp goal

GRAN CANARIA, Spain -- Cordoba earned promotion to Spain's first division for the first time since 1972 after scoring a last-gasp goal for a 1-1 draw at Las Palmas on Sunday following a premature pitch invasion by home fans.

With Las Palmas winning 1-0, and less than two minutes of stoppage time left, several dozen home fans invaded the pitch which forced the game to be delayed for around 10 minutes.

When play restarted, Cordoba made one last push that ended with Ulises Davila scrambling the ball...