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As reported by 'El Mundo', Spain's National Police has arrested several alleged members of a criminal organization that was engaged in match rigging in Spain's First and Second Division. Some of the detained include Raul Bravo, Borja Fernandez, Carlos Aranda, Samuel Saiz Alonso and Iñigo Lopez Montaña.
Getafe were clearly the team who did the best considering their small budget. After them, Alaves and Real Valladolid both finished four places higher than their budget in relation to other teams.
Jose Bordalas, the Getafe coach, is certainly clear on one thing: if there is a style of football that he loves, it's Jurgen Klopp's. The coach revealed this in an interview with 'Marca' and spoke about the style of play that Getafe use since he joined the bench.
Barcelona's recovery begins against Getafe on Sunday but the pain felt from their Champions League collapse at Anfield is likely to get worse before it gets better.
Getafe are playing at the Camp Nou and are looking for a spot in next season's Champions League. In fact, they could seal it on the weekend, but Barcelona's elimination at the hands of Liverpool could change the course of that game.
Ajax warmed up for their Champions League semi-final return against Tottenham Hotspur by lifting their first silverware of the campaign, while some surprise names remain in the running to qualify for Europe's elite club competition next season.
"Nobody wants the Champions League", ran the headlines after Sevilla, Valencia and Getafe all lost last weekend but there will be little margin for error when La Liga's race for fourth place resumes on Friday.Â
In a match overshadowed by controversial refereeing, Real Sociedad overcame Getafe 2-1 at the Anoeta. VAR did not intervene in a penalty shout for Getafe, whose much-changed lineup failed to impress. Wilian José and Mikel Oyarzabal scored for the hosts, whilst Samu Saíz pulled one back for the Madrid-based outfit.
La Liga's last Champions League spot remains up for grabs after Valencia, Sevilla and Getafe all endured surprise defeats on Sunday.
Vitorino Antunes, a Getafe player who has a long-term injury, was heavily critical of the refereeing in the Real Sociedad-Getafe game. The defender showed his anger and asked for the referees to be banned.
Gareth Bale once again did not take advantange of his chances to assert his position as a important player, essentially dissapearing in the pitch in Real Madrid's clash against Getafe. The Welshman barely participated in the game, and it seems his days in Real Madrid