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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
15 Athletic 3 2 6 11
16 Deportivo 3 2 6 11
17 Eibar 2 2 7 8
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Thomas Partey's late free kick gives Atletico victory at Depor

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Atletico Madrid needed an stoppage-time goal to avoid another poor result in La Liga, earning a hard-fought 1-0 win at Deportivo La Coruna from Thomas Partey's free kick on Saturday.

After a first half which saw neither team manage a shot on target, there was not much more entertainment after the break -- with Antoine Griezmann missing Atletico's best chance early in the second period.

But Thomas found the top corner in the 91st minute with a side-footed shot after Gabi rolled the ball forward.

The...

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Celso Borges brace boosts Depor by Las Palmas; Espanyol edge Real Betis

Strugglers Deportivo La Coruna and Espanyol both claimed important wins to pull away from the LaLiga relegation zone.

In Gran Canaria, Deportivo won 3-1 over a Las Palmas team who, despite their own lowly position in the table, beat the Galicians 4-1 in the Copa del Rey last week.

Former Chelsea striker Loic Remy put the islanders on the right track towards emulating that outcome when he fired Jonathan Viera's assist beyond Costel Pantilimon after only seven minutes.

However, goals either side of...

Pepe Mel sacked as Deportivo La Coruna boss amid La Liga struggles

Pepe Mel leaves Deportivo La Coruna 16th in La Liga.

Deportivo La Coruna have announced that Pepe Mel has been fired as coach.

Deportivo said Cristobal Parralo has been promoted from coaching their reserve team and will manage its first team until the end of the season.

The struggling La Liga side lost 2-1 to recently promoted Girona at home on Monday.

They are in 16th place, two spots and two points above the relegation zone. They have won just two of nine games this season.

Mel has coached several Spanish sides, most recently Real Betis, and had...

Federico Valverde hopes to stay at Deportivo La Coruna from Real Madrid

With just two goals in eight games for Real Madrid this season, the FC guys debate whether or not Karim Benzema is overrated.

Real Madrid midfielder Federico Valverde wants to extend his stay at Deportivo La Coruna after his loan spell finishes at the end of the season.

The Uruguay international joined Depor on a season-long loan deal in June, with the club not holding an option to buy him.

Valverde, in his first La Liga campaign, has made six league appearances for Depor, including four starts.

 "The step I've taken to come to Depor is a big one," the 19-year-old told La Voz de Galicia. "This is no ordinary...