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Liga BBVA 2010-2011 Thread.

  1. StuW's Avatar StuWPremium Member
    Newcastle United, FC Barcelona www.unbelievable-jeff.com
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    Liga BBVA 2010-2011 Thread.

    As I live in Spain, I will be updating with news, results etc from the Spanish top flight. Please feel free to comment & converse about anything on the thread.


    The 2010–11 La Liga season will be the 80th since its establishment. Barcelona are the defending champions, having won their 20th La Liga title in the previous season for the second time in a row. The campaign will begin on 28 August 2010 and end on 22 May 2011.

    TEAMS

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    Stadium/Capacity - Estadio del Mediterráneo, 22,000
    Manager - Juan Manuel Lillo
    Signings - Uruguayan defender Marcelo Silva from Danubio for a fee of €1.3m; Argentinean midfielder Diego Valeri on loan from Porto; Midfielder Miguel Angel Luque from Barcelona; Danish defender Michael Jakobsen from Aalborg for a fee of €2m; Argentinean forward Leonardo Ulloa from Castellon.

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Size:  1.1 KBAtletic Bilbao
    Stadium/Capacity - San Mamés, 39,750
    Manager - Joaqu*n Caparrós
    Signings - Goalkeeper Aitor from Baskonia; Midfielder Igor Martinez from Alaves; Forward Ibai Gomez from Sestao River.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Vicente Calderon, 54,851
    Manager - Quique Sánchez Flores
    Signings - Uruguayan defender Diego Godin from Villarreal for a fee of €8m; Brazilian defender Filipe Luis Kasmirski from Deportivo La Coruna for a fee of €12m; Midfielder Mario Suarez from Mallorca for a fee of €1.8m; Midfielder Fran Merida on a free transfer from Arsenal London.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Camp Nou, 98,772
    Manager - Pep Guardiola
    Signings - Brazilian defender Adriano Correia from Sevilla for a fee of €9.5m; Forward David Villa from Valencia for a fee of €40m.

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Size:  1.0 KBDeportivo la Coruna
    Stadium/Capacity - Estadio Riazor, 34,600
    Manager - Miguel Ángel Lotina
    Signings - Midfielder Ruben Perez on loan from Atletico Madrid B; Cape Verdean defender Stopira from Santa Clara; Uruguayan midfielder Jonathan Urretavizcaya on loan from Benfica Lisbon; French midfielder Yves Desmarets from Guimaraes; Midfielder Saul Fernandez from Elche; Forward Michel on loan from Valencia; Midfielder Michel Herrero on loan from Valencia.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Estadi Cornell*-El Prat, 40,500
    Manager - Mauricio Pochettino
    Signings - Brazilian defender Mattioni from Mallorca; Argentinean midfielder Jesus Datolo on loan from Napoli; Portuguese forward Rui Fonte on loan from Sporting; Forward Sergio Garc*a from Real Betis.

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Size:  1.2 KBGetafe
    Stadium/Capacity - Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, 17,700
    Manager - M*chel
    Signings - Forward Adrian Colunga from Recreativo Huelva for a fee of €2m; Midfielder David Gamiz from Alicante; Midfielder Pedro Mosquera from Real Madrid Castilla; Forward Angel Javier Arizmendi from Zaragoza for a fee of €2m; Defender Ivan Marcano on loan from Villarreal; Midfielder Borja Fernandez on a free transfer from Valladolid.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Estadio José Rico Pérez, 30,000
    Manager - Esteban Vigo
    Signings - Defender David Cortés from Getafe; Midfielder Olivier Thomert from Le Mans; Midfielder Mat*as Fritzler on loan from Lanus; Midfielder Abel Aguilar from Udinese; Defender Cristian Pulhac on loan from Dinamo Bucharest.

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Size:  1.1 KBLevante UD
    Stadium/Capacity - Estadi Ciutat de València, 25,534
    Manager - Luis Garc*a Plaza
    Signings - Defender Juanfran from AEK; Midfielder Sergio from Deportivo; Midfielder Xavi Torres on loan from Malaga; Striker Cristian Stuani on loan from Reggina; Goalkeeper Gustavo Munúa from Malaga; Midfielder Valdo from Espanyol.

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Size:  1.0 KBMalaga
    Stadium/Capacity - La Rosaleda, 28,963
    Manager - Jesualdo Ferreira
    Signings - Venezuela forward Salomon Rondon from Las Palmas for a fee of €3.5m; Brazilian midfielder Sandro Silva from Palmeiras for a fee of €2.2m; Argentinean defender Hernan Malagueno from Indios for a fee of €1m; Portuguese midfielder Eliseu Pereira from Lazio for a fee of €0.5m.

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Views: 2013
Size:  1.0 KBMallorca
    Stadium/Capacity - ONO Estadi, 23,142
    Manager - Michael Laudrup
    Signings - Canadian midfielder Jonathan de Guzman on a free transfer from Feyenoord; Defender Felipe Mattioni from Maga.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Estadio Reyno de Navarra, 19,800
    Manager - José Antonio Camacho
    Signings - Defender Damia Abella from Betis; Serbian forward Dejan Lekic from Red Star Belgrade for a fee of €2.5m; Goalkeeper Riesgo from Real Sociedad; Midfielder Fernando Soriano on a free transfer from Almeria.

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Views: 2063
Size:  1.0 KBRacing Santander
    Stadium/Capacity - El Sardinero, 22,271
    Manager - Miguel Ángel Portugal
    Signings - Swedish midfielder Kennedy Bakircioglu on a free transfer from Ajax; Defender Domingo Cisma on a free transfer from Almeria; Defender Francis on a free transfer from Xerez.

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Size:  1.0 KBReal Madrid
    Stadium/Capacity - Santiago Bernabeu, 80,354
    Manager - José Mourinho
    Signings - Portuguese defender Ricardo Carvalho from Chelsea for a fee of €8m; German midfielder Sami Khedira from Stuttgart for a fee of €12m; Midfielder Pedro Leon from Getafe for a fee of €10m; Argentinean forward Angel di Maria from Benfica Lisbon for a fee of €25m; Forward Sergio Canales from Racing Santander for a fee of €5m.

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Size:  1.1 KBReal Sociedad
    Stadium/Capacity - Estadio Anoeta, 32,076
    Manager - Mart*n Lasarte
    Signings - Forward Raul Tamudo on a free transfer from Espanyol; Forward Joseba Llorente from Villarreal for a fee of €2.5m; Midfielder Paco Sutil from Eibar.

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Size:  1.0 KBSevilla
    Stadium/Capacity - Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, 48, 469
    Manager - Antonio Álvarez
    Signings - Italian midfielder Luca Cigarini on loan from Napoli; Italian midfielder Tiberio Guarente from Atalanta for a fee of €5.5m; Senegalese midfielder Mouhamadou Dabo on a free transfer from Saint-Etienne.

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    Stadium/Capacity - El Molinón, 25,885
    Manager - Manolo Preciado
    Signings - Uruguayan midfielder Sebastian Eguren on a free transfer from Villarreal; Defender Alberto Botia on loan from Barcelona; Midfielder Ayoze Garcia from Tenerife; Forward Nacho Novo from Glasgow Rangers; Argentinean forward Gaston Sangoy from Apollon Limassol for a fee of €1m.

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    Stadium/Capacity - Mestalla, 55,000
    Manager - Unai Emery
    Signings - Forward Aritz Aduriz from Mallorca for a fee of €4m; Argentinean midfielder Alberto Costa from Montpellier for a fee of €6.5m; Forward Roberto Soldado from Getafe for a fee of €10m; French midfielder Sofiane Feghouli on a free transfer from Grenoble; Portuguese defender Ricardo Costa on a free transfer from Lille; Turkish midfielder Mehmet Topal from Galatasaray for a fee of €5m.

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Size:  1.2 KBVillarreal
    Stadium/Capacity - El Madrigal, 25,000
    Manager - Juan Carlos Garrido
    Signings - Defender Carlos Marchena from Valencia for a fee of €2.5m; Midfielder Borja Valero on loan from West Brom.

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    Stadium/Capacity - La Romareda, 34,596
    Manager - José Aurelio Gay
    Signings - Argentinean midfielder Nicolas Bertolo on loan from Palermo; Colombian forward Marco Perez on loan from Boyaca Chico; Argentinean goalkeeper Leo Franco on a free transfer from Galatasaray; Goalkeeper Toni Doblas from Huesca.
    Last edited by StuW; 16/08/2010 at 06:40 PM. Reason: Transfer update.

  2. Nice one StuW. Should be looking out for the Espanyol results regularly now. Cheers again.

  3. Joe's Avatar Joe
    Man City, Bristol Rovers and Cameroon Modern Day Legend
    #3
    this is gonna be an epic season, Barcelona have the best team in the world, but Mourinho is the best manager in the world and has beaten them before, it will be an epic battle

  4. Good idea StuW, I will check back on here after each weekend, so you better not make it a massssive fail.

  5. Danny's Avatar DannyPremium Member
    Liverpool FC Lucas Leiva Is Boss..
    #5
    I'm going for Barcelona to win everything this season. There team last season was excellent, and with Villa this season just makes them more of a threat up-front, which is actually pretty scary. They have lost some players, but I still think they'll be too strong for Madrid, and anyone in Europe.

  6. As spaniard too, I will visit regularly this thread then.

    My interest is for my loved Zaragoza. For us it will be struggle for escape relegation again, I guess.

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    For me, I just wanna' see Hércules survive one season in Liga BBVA. They have a good enough team to finish just above the relegation zone.

  8. StuW's Avatar StuWPremium Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by taida View Post
    For me, I just wanna' see Hércules survive one season in Liga BBVA. They have a good enough team to finish just above the relegation zone.
    The thing is, some of the players have been accused of match-fixing, so they may be relegated before the start of the season. HERE.

  9. SamScfc's Avatar SamScfcPremium Member
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    I'll be looking out for Almeria

    Cheers Stu.

  10. Barca to win the league and Bilbao to sneak into the top 4 Good idea Stu.

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