Spanish Paper Talk: Angry Florentino Perez Visits Real Madrid Squad

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Perez reminds players of their responsibility to the shirt…

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain Real Madrid president Florentino Perez visits the team after their humiliating derby loss on Saturday.


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– He put it firmly. Real Madrid President Florentino Perez spent two hours at Valdebebas to tackle the crisis at the root.

– “This is Madrid, millions of people follow us around the world”.

– Perez makes clear that he requires maximum commitment from Carlo Ancelotti and the squad and he certainly wants a reaction from them after their disappointing derby loss to Atletico Madrid on Saturday.

– “I hope you stay for many years with Atletico”. The father of ‘Cholo’ Diego Simeone on Radio Marca: ‘My son and the club are made for each other’.

– Cristiano’s birthday. The controversy from the party after the loss will bring a hangover for the Madrid star.

– Meanwhile, Sami Khedira has been ruled out for three weeks with a femoral biceps injury.


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– Crisis cabinet at Valdebebas with the presence of Florentino.

– “I want you to return to the Madrid you were before”. Perez not happy after derby loss and he wants to see Madrid return to their level of performance in the first half of the season.

– Luka Modric mystery: 86 days injured and no date for a return.

– The clubs increase the pressure on the Government. Tebas told the Assembly of La Liga about a date for a strike.

– Gil Marin. “You can compete over the chequebook”. Atleti chief executive leaves the big spending to the other clubs.


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– The No.1s.

– Marc Marquez and Mireia Belmonte, top athletes of 2014. Abi returned the gesture of Puyi from the Champions League: He handed over the award for excellence.

– Jay, a young fan of Celtic, captured the sympathy of everyone.

– More Barca. Eusebio, sacked, and he now passes Vinalys the B team.

– The great comeback. 2015 has been ideal since the knockout at Anoeta: 9 successive wins, a point behind Madrid in the League and close to another Cup final. Barcelona have returned to a high level of performance since that loss to Real Sociedad and they are on track for silverware this season.

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