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Spanish Paper Talk: Real Madrid Look For Their 16th Consecutive Victory

Barcelona draw up list of targets to replace Vermaelen…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Real Madrid look to inflict a first home defeat on Malaga to extend their winning record to 16 games.

 

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– The leader’s test.

– A pairing to contain Cristiano. Sergio Sanchez and Weligton face a 46-goal attack.

– Malaga unbeaten at home against a record-chasing Madrid.

– Los Blancos look for their 16th consecutive victory. The Andalusians have only conceded two goals at La Rosaleda.

– Mario Suarez: “I’d be lying if I said I was happy with my situation”. The central midfielder hopes to change his lack of action with “work and work”.

– A triple from Vela gives Moyes a first victory.

– Clash with CR7: Ballon d’Or. Feroz defends the club in favour of the Portuguese and against Platini, whom he demands to be neutral after choosing a German for the award.

 

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– Going for the record with the best.

– Neither Kroos nor any other first-team member will be rested against Malaga.

– Madrid go to war with Platini to defend Cristiano.

– Barca interfere in Asensio’s signing for Madrid.

– Raul Garcia will complete 300 matches as a Rojiblanco. “Every time I put on this shirt it’s special”.

– They took one of Pele’s kidneys out when he was playing for Cosmos. His condition is serious but not critical.

 

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– .Central defenders on the list

– Barca get ready if FIFA give the OK to Vermaelen’s replacement. Laporte, Inigo Martinez, Pareja and Otamendi on the Blaugrana agenda.

– The candidates being weighed up would fit together if Barca could sign.

– Gerard Pique the champion: Luis Enrique takes the squad go-karting.

– Interview with Krankl: “Luis Suarez is a modern ‘No 9’ but still a ‘No 9’.

– Mathieu: “Let’s see if Barca can sign anyone because now we are down to three central defenders”.

– Madrid at war with Platini. Los Blancos attack him for having given his opinion on who deserves the Ballon d’Or.

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