PRIMERA 2014-15
Week 38 23 May 2015
Almeria2 - 3Valencia
Athletic Bilbao4 - 0Villarreal
Barcelona2 - 2Deportivo
Celta Vigo3 - 2Espanyol
Eibar3 - 0Cordoba
Granada0 - 0Atletico Madrid
Levante0 - 0Elche
Malaga2 - 3Sevilla
Rayo Vallecano2 - 4Real Sociedad
Real Madrid7 - 3Getafe
Nuno Santo welcomed Valencia’s qualification for the Champions League by saying Los Che are where they deserve to be.
Villarreal Coach Marcelino has admitted he hopes Barcelona beat Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey final to aid his side’s Europa League campaign.
Deportivo will play La Liga football next season after they came back from behind to draw 2-2 in Xavi Hernandez’s Barcelona send-off on Saturday.
Sergio Gonzalez has insisted that Espanyol’s 3-2 defeat to Celta in La Liga on Saturday does not take anything away from their “great season”.
Gaizka Garitano announced his resignation as Eibar Coach after the Basque club were relegated from La Liga.
Jose Ramon Sandoval has credited Granada’s persistence as a key factor in avoiding relegation from La Liga.
Fran Escriba insists he will not rush to jump ship in the event that Elche are relegated to Segunda B for unpaid bills.
Unai Emery has praised Sevilla’s season after they ended the League campaign with a 3-2 win at Malaga.
David Moyes has admitted that Real Sociedad “must improve a lot for next season” following Saturday’s 4-2 win at Rayo Vallecano.
Cristiano Ronaldo helped himself to an eighth La Liga hat-trick of the season as Real Madrid demolished Getafe 7-3 to pull the curtain down on 2014-15.
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