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Archives: valencia

Valencia manager Nuno downplays his role with rejuvenated team

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Valencia manager Nuno Santo has downplayed the role he has played with the rejuvenated La Liga side this season, stating he is only one part of a team where no one person is more important than the next. Last year, Valencia missed … Continue reading

Taking away to-go food; 5 soccer clubs that have clamped down on players’ bad eating habits

Posted on by PA Sport

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes admits he put a stop to the players’ pre-match ritual of eating chips during his time at Old Trafford because some of his squad were overweight. Rio Ferdinand criticized the move in his autobiography … Continue reading

Nuno Espirito Santo Extends Contract With Valencia Until June 2018

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Valencia have reached an agreement with coach Nuno Espirito Santo to extend his current deal with the Spanish club until June 2018. Nuno replaced former Los Che boss Juan Antonio Pizzi last summer, and his current deal was set to expire … Continue reading

Spanish Clubs Continue To Show That La Liga Is More Than A ‘Two Team’ League

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Heading into this weekend, the eyes of the football world will focus on the Santiago Bernabeu and this season’s version of ‘El Clasico’. La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona have dominated the Spanish landscape – winning 32 and 22 league … Continue reading

Valencia Benefiting From A Season Outside Of European Competition

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Prior to his side’s round of seven La Liga encounter with Valencia, Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone told the media: “As they are not in European competition this season, Valencia will have to try hard not to be in the top … Continue reading

Former Valencia President Arrested After Plotting to Kidnap His Successor

Posted on by Siddharth Dhruva
juan soler

Ex-Valencia President Juan Soler has been arrested in connection with a plot to kidnap the club’s former chief Vicente Soriano. Soler, who was the club president at the club from 2004 to 2008, was released on bail after facing magistrates … Continue reading

Valencia 0-3 Swansea City, Europa League Match Highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Swansea City completely outplayed Valencia today in their first game of the Europa League Group Stage, recording the Welsh club’s first win on the European continent since 1982 — 31 years ago. Swansea silenced the Valencia fans at the Mestalla … Continue reading

Valencia 2-3 Barcelona Match Highlights; Lionel Messi Scores A Hat Trick [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller

In what has been one of the most entertaining matches of the 2013/14 season so far, Barcelona scored three goals courtesy of Lionel Messi to grab an away win against Valencia at Mestalla Stadium. It looked like a walk in … Continue reading

Liverpool Agree Deal to Sign Aly Cissokho From Valencia On Season-Long Loan

Posted on by Christopher Harris
Aly Cissokho

Liverpool have agreed a deal with Valencia to sign French left-back Aly Cissokho on a season-long loan. However, the defender won’t be available for tomorrow’s game against Stoke City, and will be arriving on Merseyside next week. For several weeks, … Continue reading

Tottenham Agree Deal With Valencia to Sign Striker Roberto Soldado

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham have agreed a deal with Valencia to sign Spanish striker Roberto Soldado. All that remains for the transfer to be finalized is for Soldado to pass a medical. Tottenham reportedly paid Valencia £26million to sign Roberto Soldado. According to … Continue reading

Tottenham Agree £26m Deal to Sign Valencia Striker Roberto Soldado: Nightly Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a £26million deal with Valencia to sign Roberto Soldado, according to a report in Spain. Soldado still has to agree personal terms and undergo a medical, but the outlook appears very positive that Tottenham have finally … Continue reading

Squads Announced For 2013 International Champions Cup For July 27-August 7

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The inaugural International Champions Cup kicks off tomorrow with AC Milan and Valencia being shown live on US television via FOX Soccer at 2pm ET. Then, the remaining 12 matches of the tournament — featuring Real Madrid, Chelsea, AC Milan, … Continue reading

International Champions Cup Preview: Valencia C.F.

Posted on by Ernesto Malave

Valencia C.F. are the third most successful club in Spain, rich in history and hungry to match former glory. They will be joining compatriots Real Madrid in United States later this month to compete in the 2013 International Champions Cup. … Continue reading

Tottenham Miss Out On Roberto Soldado After Valencia Demand £25million: Daily Soccer Report

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Tottenham Hotspur may miss out on signing Valencia striker Roberto Soldado if they’re unwilling to increase their bid for the Spanish footballer. According to reports in Spanish media, Tottenham Hotspur offered £22million for the 28-year-old striker, but Valencia are demanding … Continue reading

Valencia Home and Away Shirts for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Valencia have revealed their home and away shirts for the 2013-13 season. Designed by Joma, the home Valencia shirt features a white jersey with an orange and black traditional collar. The kit is accompanied by black shorts and white socks. … Continue reading

Anticipation Building Among US Soccer Fans For International Champions Cup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Taking a step back and looking at the eight massive soccer clubs that’ll be competing in the International Champions Cup later this month in the United States, it’s difficult to judge who the bigger stars are — the managers or … Continue reading

Mallorca Enters Voluntary Administration

Posted on by Andy Pineda

A dispiriting final matchday left Mallorca forty seconds away from qualifying for the Champions League.  Sevilla manager Antonio Álvarez took a huge gamble late in that match by sending Sevilla youth product Rios Lozano Rodri into the match instead of … Continue reading