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SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISIÓN

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Sporting 6 7 5 25
10 Las Palmas 5 9 4 24
11 Almeria 6 6 6 24
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Remy joins Getafe on loan from Las Palmas

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Loic Remy returns to France to sign with Lille

Loic Remy has signed for Lille.

Loic Remy has signed a two-year contract with Nice, the club announced on Friday, marking the forward's return to France after five years abroad.

"It makes me really happy to come back to France, in a league which I've missed and to sign with Lille, a really big French club," Remy said in a statement.

The 31-year-old left Marseille in 2013 to move to England with Queens Park Rangers before impressing on loan with Newacastle and moving to Chelsea a year later.

He scored 12 goals for Chelsea...

Las Palmas relegated in La Liga after 4-0 loss to Alaves

BARCELONA, Spain -- Las Palmas were relegated to Spain's second division after losing 4-0 at home to Alaves on Sunday.

Forward Munir El Haddadi scored twice after half-time before Alvaro Medran and Ruben Sobrino added two late goals to ensure Alaves remained in the top flight for another season.

Las Palmas were relegated with four matches remaining. The Canary Islands club had spent three seasons in the top tier.

Last-place Malaga have already been relegated.

Deportivo La Coruna are currently in...

 By PA Sport

Gareth Bale carries Real Madrid to win with brace as Ronaldo rests

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Gareth Bale scored twice as Real Madrid warmed up for their Champions League clash against Juventus with a 3-0 win at struggling Las Palmas, where Cristiano Ronaldo was rested.

With one eye on next week's European quarter-final first leg in Turin, Los Blancos coach Zinedine Zidane opted to leave in-form frontman Ronaldo behind for the trip to Gran Canaria.

However, Real Madrid never looked in any real danger of not getting the job done as Bale fired them in front on 26 minutes before Karim Benzema...