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Barcelona Still Reviewing Their January Transfer Plan
Many teams are already starting to make serious plan for the upcoming January transfer market, but that not might be the thing for FC Barcelona, at least not yet. Having their transfer ban officially lifted next month, Barca apparently still haven't make any decision yet about their moves as it was confirmed by their head coach, Luis Enrique.
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Van der Vaart Looking Forward for Betis Experience
Having just helped Bundesliga side, Hamburg SV escaped relegation, Rafael van der Vaart now expecting a different kind of situation as he signed for La Liga side, Real Betis. Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Van der Vaart claimed that his delighted having another spell in La Liga and is looking forward for a new experience with Betis.
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Barcelona vs Real Betis (3-1)
Barcelona still keeping their second place seat in La Liga under firm control as they continue their pressure at the top of table after snatching a home win against struggling Real Betis.
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Real Betis vs Atletico Madrid (0-2)
Spanish La Liga: Real Betis vs Atletico Madrid Sunday, 23 March 2014 Final Score: 0 - 2 Stadium: Estadio Benito Villarmain Attendance: 31,313 Referee: Javier Estrada Assistants: Jose Fernandez, Francisco Martin Atletico Madrid keeping their challenge for La Liga title alive and well after grabbing a comfortable 2-0 victory over struggling Real Betis side.
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Real Betis vs Sevilla (0-2)
UEFA Europa League: Real Betis vs Sevilla Final Score: 0 - 2 Aggregate: 2 - 2 Penalties: 3 - 4 Stadium: Estadio Benito Villamarin Attendance: 48,000 Referee: Pedro Proenca Assistants: Bertino Cunha Miranda, Tiago Trigo The Spanish derby in Europa League ended in Sevilla favor as they dramatically eliminating Sevilla on penalties.
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Sevilla vs Real Betis (0-2)
Europa League Sevilla FC vs Real Betis - 13. March. 2014 Stadium: Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan (Seville, Spain) Attendance: 45,000 Final Score: 0-2 Referee: Cuneyt Cakir Assistants: Bahattin Duran, Tarik Ongun Lineups: Sevilla FC: Beto(g); Fernando Navarro, Fazio, Alberto Moreno, Coke(Diogo Figueiras); Iborra, Cristoforo(Gameiro), Vitolo(Marin), Rakitic, Jose Antonio Reyes; Bacca Real Betis: Adan(g); Perquis, N'Diaye, Jordi Figueras; Didac Vila, Juanfran, Jose Caro, Reyes(Antonio Amaya), Mabwati, Leo Baptistao(Alvaro Vadillo); Ruben Castro(Salva Sevilla) Real Betis bagged a comfortable away win over Sevilla in the first leg of Europa League third round fixture.
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Valencia vs Real Betis (5-0)
Valencia continue their mission in finishing on European spot for current Spanish La Liga season as they snatched a convincing home win over Real Betis. Playing in front of their home crowd, El Che immediately got themselves in an attacking mode and eventually got themselves in front on 41 minutes through Jeremy Mathieu, before Paco Alcacer doubling their lead three minutes later.
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Celta de Vigo vs Real Betis (4-2)
Real Betis' struggle in current Spanish La Liga campaign continue as they suffered a disappointing away defeat against mid-table side, Celta Vigo this past Friday. Playing away from home, Betis looking comfortable early on as they were able to snatch an early lead thanks to an effort from Ruben Castro who scored after just 17 minutes.
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Real Betis vs Real Madrid (0-5)
Real Madrid keeping their title challenge heading on the right track as they picked up a convincing away victory over lowly Real Betis side this weekend. Los Blancos were looking really eager to keep their recent positive run going as they immediately set off into an attacking start and after just 10 minutes of play, they got in front thanks to an excellent effort from Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Real Betis vs Athletic Bilbao (1-0)
Real Betis picked up a positive result in the first leg fixture of their Copa Del Rey battle against Athletic Bilbao as the host defeated their visitor in a hard fought battle. Both teams were keen on picking up maximum result form that first meeting as it should paved way in advancing into the next stage of that competition.
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Lyon vs Real Betis (1-0)
Lyon made their way into the knock out stages of Europa League after grabbing an important home win over their rival, Real Betis on Thursday. With only one game left, both sides acknowledged that a win should secured their path into the next round, this triggered an exciting encounter at Gerland Stadium.
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Real Betis vs Barcelona (1-4)
La Liga defending champions, Barcelona can't seem to stop winning recently as they bagged another three points this past weekend after trashing home side, Real Betis at Estadio Benito Villarmain.
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Vitoria Guimaraes vs Real Betis (0-1)
Real Betis grabbed a dramatic victory on their latest Europa League group stage fixture as they defeated home side, Vitoria Guimaraes on Thursday. Not having a good season so far in La Liga, Betis were looking for redemption on their European experience, that's why another three points were being targeted that midweek.
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