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    Real Madrid 3-4 Sevilla

    Did anyone else watch this incredible game? Unbelievable. Had 10e on Madrid at 12/1 when they were 1-3 down, I thought they would've won it had Robben not gotten himself sent off for stupidly protesting.

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    Thats the end of Schuster anyway!
    LESS OF THE BULL NOW!

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    Schuster will be in charge for El Clasico next week. If they lose that though, I imagine he's finished.
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    Switched on when it was 1-3 just before the two goals.

    Madrid were denied a certain penalty. That said at 3-3 Seville should have killed them off a lot earlier as there was minimal defending by the home side.

    There seem to be a lot of goals between the top sides this season - at least those involving Madrid. I think 57 goals in their 14 league games so far.
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    Unbelievable game. Would agree that Real were on top except for the sending off which was ridiculous.

    I always find La Liga very difficult to bet on because it can be very unpredictable.......Real lost last week as well. Much more open than the premiership. Barca look something else this year, would fancy them for the CL if they can keep their best players fit.

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    I have a sneaky feeling Atletico de Madrid will steam into contention... When you look at their team they've got quality all over the park. Coupet (admittedly not playing), Ujfalushi, Heitinga, Maniche, Maxi Rodri, Assuncao, Perea, Luis Garcia, Forlan, Kun Aguero, and the great Simao... world class.

    Great to see Coro(minas) scoring for Espanyol the other day, good young player who lost his way. Hector Font was another player who I rated highly - hopefully he'll do well as Osasuna. Same with Oscar Serrano now at Racing de Santander.

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    Schuster has now gone, an unsavoury end to a good manager who left a mark of class on La Liga (he signed the great Ian Harte when he was in charge at Levante)...

    Replaced by Juan'de Ramos, recently of Spurs.

    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...ngland&cc=5739

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    El Clasico will be fascinating as usual

    Delighted for Ramos , very good manager

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    Only Madrid will sack managers a season after the winning the league, about 3-4 times now in the last 5-6 years.

    Also, they appoint a manager that got lucky with Sevilla, and showed his true colours at Tottenham. Joaquín Caparros was the man behind Sevilla's success not Ramos.

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