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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Getafe 7 5 11 26
12 Valencia 5 10 7 25
13 R Sociedad 6 6 10 24
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 By Sid Lowe

Pressure grows for Gary Neville, who knows he must deliver wins soon

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses Gary Neville's managerial future following Valencia's 7-0 loss to Barcelona Wednesday.

Outside Valencia's Paterna training ground on Thursday, a camera filmed a small, angry group of fans chanting "Gary, vete ya" when there was a pause and a voice in the watching crowd asked: "Hey, does anyone know how you say that in English?" No one offered up the answer -- "Gary, go now!" -- but nor did they really need to. Gary Neville may not speak much Spanish yet but will understand what it means.

It was less than a week since a journalist had suggested that the fans were turning against him...

Mauricio Pochettino says Gary Neville needs more time at Valencia

Valencia manager Gary Neville has refused to resign in the wake of his side's 7-0 defeat against Barcelona in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal.

LONDON -- Mauricio Pochettino says Gary Neville needs time to succeed at Valencia after Los Che's 7-0 defeat to Barcelona on Wednesday.

Former Manchester United defender Neville is yet to win in eight La Liga matches since taking charge of Valencia in December and he described the thrashing at the Camp Nou in the Copa del Rey semifinal first leg as "one of his worst experiences in football."

After the match, the hashtag Nevilleveteya -- which translates to "Neville go now" -- was trending on Twitter...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Denis Cheryshev shrugs off Barcelona chanting on Valencia debut

The ESPN FC crew examine Gary Neville's time in charge of Valencia and share their thoughts on his future at the club.

Denis Cheryshev has said he was unfazed by Barcelona fans mocking his time at Real Madrid during his debut for Valencia on Wednesday night.

Cheryshev, 25, joined Valencia on loan from Real in the January transfer window after having made an appearance in the Copa del Rey for Los Blancos that saw the Spanish giants expelled from the competition.

The winger was ineligible to play for the Madrid side in the Copa del Rey as the result of a suspension he picked up during a loan spell at Villarreal...