Trouble is afoot in Valencia and has been since the start of the season. Despite the club qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League and lying in twelfth position in the Primera Division their manager Mauricio Pellegrino was sacked last Saturday. Having finished in third place for the last three seasons the club 

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As you scan this year’s current La Liga standings, a few things stand out. Atletico sitting joint top is particularly pleasing; Malaga and Real Betis occupying the vacant Champions League spots is pleasant; and Real Madrid sitting nine points behind Barcelona after just seven games is astonishing. So far, this years Primera has been extremely unpredictable and, as you stare 

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