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2019 Schedule
3-1-1, 3rd in Spanish Primera División
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Promoted Granada shock Barcelona to go top

Promoted Granada moved into first place in La Liga after a convincing 2-0 win over Barcelona on Saturday took them to 10 points.

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Pereira hails Adams influence at Granada

Andreas Pereira says he is a better player for working under Tony Adams at Granada and is more confident than ever of kicking on at Manchester United.

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804dSam Marsden

Samper eager to make Barca first-team mark

"I signed a four-year deal [in 2016] and I know the club have faith in me. The idea was to spend a year away on loan," Samper said.

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824dAdriana Garcia

Mexico's Ochoa hopes to stay in La Liga

Ochoa, who spent last season on loan at Granada from Malaga, becomes a free agent next month.

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854dAdriana Garcia

Mexico's Ochoa thanks Granada fans

Guillermo Ochoa: "I want to thank the fans for their unconditional support throughout this year. They made my stay a pleasant one."

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Madrid squad players romp past Granada

Real Madrid swept past relegated Granada 4-0 with a clinical first-half display at Los Carmenes to move back level with La Liga title rivals Barcelona

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875dCesar Hernandez

Where will Guillermo Ochoa go?

Granada are relegated, Jonathan dos Santos produced another assist, and Real Sociedad are closer to a Europa League position. Mexicans in Europe.

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877dPA Sport

Granada relegated after Sociedad loss

Caretaker boss Tony Adams saw his Granada side relegated from LaLiga after suffering a 2-1 defeat at Real Sociedad.

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880dAdriana Garcia

Adams: Granada must fight until the end

Adams saw Granada slump to a third straight defeat since he took over when Malaga beat them 2-0 at home on Tuesday.

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882dPA Sport

Granada's Adams wants Reo-Coker, Richardson

Granada boss Tony Adams have revealed that former Premier League duo Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran Richardson will be offered contracts in the summer.

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884dPA Sport

Ganso brace helps Sevilla's UCL chase

A Ganso brace helped Sevilla take a big step towards securing the final Champions League spot following a 2-0 La Liga victory over Granada.

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900dSam Marsden

Rakitic sorry for insulting Granada's Pereira

Ivan Rakitic has apologised after television cameras captured him insulting Granada's Andreas Pereira during Barca's 4-1 win at Nuevo Los Carmenes.

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906dAdriana Garcia

Samper keen for Barcelona breakthrough

Samper, 22, faces Barca on Sunday as strugglers Granada look for an unlikely win to boost their hopes of avoiding relegation.

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908dLiam Twomey

Chelsea's loan system defended by Boga

All of Chelsea's loanees are "looked after very well" and receive regular support and feedback from the club, according to Jeremie Boga.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference61st
Goals Scored113rd
Assists54th
Goals Conceded5Tied-9th