SEVILLA NEWS

Espanyol Coach Javier Aguirre admitted that Sevilla were the better side as the two drew at Estadi Cornelia-El Prat.
Sevilla boss Michel was outraged with the officials after his side's 2-2 draw with Espanyol last night.
Michel insists his future as Sevilla boss is not dependent on the result of tonight’s visit to Espanyol.
Javier Aguirre says that Espanyol will be treating the weekend visit of Sevilla as a final, with the game set to show ‘which side has the more mental strength’.
Sevilla have been handed a boost on the pitch with the return of striker Alvaro Negredo to the matchday squad.
Ramon Rodriguez, ‘Monchi’, has confirmed that he will step down from the board at Sevilla next June, and could leave as sporting director too.
Sevilla’s Jose Maria del Nido announced a first loss of €15m during his tenure at the club but was still voted back in last night as President.
Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido will face the club’s shareholders at a general meeting today, expected to face an inquisition on the club’s finances.
Mirosalv Djukic was delighted with his side’s workrate in winning 2-1 at Sevilla, but warned that they are still a team to improve.
Michel admitted that Sevilla were not expecting to lose to Real Valladolid on Monday night, but that in reaction the team have only ‘two choices’.
Sevilla boss Michel has urged his players to focus on their own game when they come up against Real Valladolid tomorrow night.
Sevilla midfielder Hedwiges Maduro has highlighted the importance of a talk the players had amongst themselves on Monday.
Sevilla’s work in dispatching Espanyol 3-0 at Cornella-El Prat has encouraged Coach Michel, who hopes for more of the same in the League.
Sevilla defender Antonio Luna will miss two matches after being sent off against Atletico Madrid last weekend.
Michel agrees with his President that Sevilla cannot continue to lose face playing away from home, and targets the trip to Espanyol as a turning point.
Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido hasn’t held back in his criticism of the team’s display in the 4-0 loss to Atletico Madrid.
Diego Simeone is enjoying his Atletico Madrid’s start to the season and admits they head into next weekend’s Madrid derby ‘in a good state of mind’.
After seeing his Sevilla side mauled 4-0 by Atletico Madrid, Michel rued Federico Fazio’s early red card and the penalty against as decisive actions.
Diego Simeone has reflected on the competitiveness of Spanish football, complaining that his Atletico Madrid cannot relax in any match.
Sevilla’s back on form forward Jose Antonio Reyes admits Sunday’s game against Atletico Madrid is special for him personally.
Atletico Madrid captain Gabi insists Los Colcheneros are focused on this weekend’s game against Sevilla and not the forthcoming derby.
Sevilla have been brought back to earth after their derby victory with the news that Alvaro Negredo will be out for three weeks.
Jose Antonio Reyes revealed how and why he was able to come out of the shadows at Sevilla to lead them to derby glory over Real Betis.
Real Betis’ players have returned to training after the weekend’s 5-1 mauling in the Seville derby to some abusive chants from on-looking fans.
Sevilla winger Jose Antonio Reyes could not hide his delight at the two goals he managed in the 5-1 derby win over Real Betis.
Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido described the team’s performance in the 5-1 victory over Real Betis as ‘magnificent’.
Salva Sevilla was the only Real Betis player to attend the mixed zone at the Sanchez Pizjuan and apologised for his team’s 5-1 defeat.
Sevilla boss Michel claimed his side’s first-half performance in the 5-1 thrashing of neighbours Real Betis was ‘absolute perfection’.
Real Betis boss Pepe Mel said he accepted full responsibility for his team’s 5-1 mauling at the hands of neighbours Sevilla.
Goals from Juan Antonio Reyes, Federico Fazio and Ivan Rakitic gave Sevilla a 5-1 derby win over Real Betis.
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