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Extremadura

Extremadura

3 on Second Division

Stadium
Francisco de la Hera

Coach
Manuel Mosquera

President
Manuel Franganillo García

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Second Division

Spanish Federation ask for Europa League final in Sevilla because of Reyes

Spanish football continues paying tribute to Jose Antonio Reyes. In the Federation's General Assembly on 10th June, the proposal 'Reyes de Europa' (Kings of Europe, a play on Reyes' name), was presented. The Spanish Federation and Sevilla will ask for the 2021 Europa League final in Sevilla as a way of paying tribute to the late footballer.

Second Division

Ex-Arsenal star Reyes' funeral held in Spain

Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral in Spain on Monday of former Real Madrid and Arsenal forward Jose Antonio Reyes, who was killed in a weekend car crash.

La Liga

Applause and cheers as Reyes' coffin arrives at the Sevilla football stadium

The coffin containing the body of Jose Antonio Reyes, who died in a car accident, reached the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium at around 5.30pm where a room was set up for fans to come and pay their final respects.

UCL

Tribute to Reyes before final

Ahead of kick-off in the Champions League final on Saturday night, everyone at the Wanda Metropolitano honoured the memory of the late José Antonio Reyes, who died this Saturday in a car accident. His former teammates Fernando Llorente and Alberto Moreno were amongst the most affected.

Second Division

Segunda Division games put back to Tuesday after Reyes' death

Seven Segunda Division matches have been postponed after former Sevilla and Atletico Madrid star Jose Antonio Reyes died at the age of 35.

La Liga

Condolences from Infantino to Reyes

Gianni Infantino, the FIFA president, expressed this Saturday his "deepest condelences" for the death of the Spanish international football, Jose Antonio Reyes in a car accident.

La Liga

Alcorcon hosted the first minute's silence for Reyes

The first minute's silence for the death of Jose Antonio Reyes, the ex-Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal and Atletico Madrid footballer amongst other clubs, took place just before the Segunda Division game between Alcorcon and Nastic.

La Liga

Jose Antonio Reyes leaves legacy of success borne out of Sevilla passion

Sevilla confirmed on Saturday the death of Jose Antonio Reyes, one of their most beloved icons.

La Liga

Tributes for Reyes keep coming after his untimely death

Jose Antonio Reyes was "one of the greatest talents in football", according to Cesc Fabregas, who paid tribute to his former team-mate.

Serie A

Reina: "Reyes has gone too soon"

AC Milan's Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina has described José Antonio Reyes' death in a car accident this Saturday as a "tough blow", adding that at 35 years of age, the former Sevilla player had gone "too soon".

La Liga

Football mourns Jose Antonio Reyes' death

José Antonio Reyes has died in a traffic accident. The first source to break the news was Sevilla FC, who published it on their social media. World football is in mourning, and many players and teams have published their messages of support, condolences and reactions to the tragedy on their social media accounts.

Second Division

José Antonio Reyes dies in a car accident

Jose Antonio Reyes has tragically died in a car accident. The former Arsenal and Sevilla forward was just 35 years old. He was still playing football with Extremadura, lost his life tragically this Saturday morning due to a road traffic collision in Seville.

Second Division

Reyes returns to native Spain with Extremadura

Jose Antonio Reyes is back playing in Spain following a brief spell in China, joining Extremadura in their relegation battle.

League One

Fulham start process of trimming down huge squad

Fulham have tried to start moving on fringe players from their squad, but have only managed to do so with two players so far.

Premier League

OFFICIAL: Billy Arce signs for Brighton

Ecuador forward Billy Arce joins Brighton on a four-year deal from CSD Independiente del Valle.

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