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La Liga Week 9 Preview


Welcome to the preview for Week 9 of the 2015/16 La Liga Season which sees the top two meet at Balaidos, an Andalusian Derby where defeat just isn't thinkable for either side, Eibar in the Catalan Capital, massive games for Malaga and for Moyes who takes his La Real side to the East Coast to take on Levante oh and the game of the weekend on Sunday night at the Calderon as Atleti host Los Che.

Real Madrid players ban team doctor from dressing room as war continues and now seek meeting with CEO to see a petition push Dr Olmo as the players see Olmo as the one who caused Ancelotti's sacking by his scheming.

El Clasico at Santiago Bernabeu to take place on Saturday 21st November at 5.15PM UK TIME

Las Palmas sack Paco Herrera and appoint former Lugo coach Quique Setien

James Rodriguez and Pepe likely to return to action in November whilst Bale will return to the side with Ramos at Balaidos on Saturday

Fran Escriba plans to make Getafe more expansive in the final third as confidence grows in his side after a 4-0 home success over Las Palmas

Reyes and Jonathas will be suspended for La Real's early Sunday meeting on the East Coast with Levante.

La Real coach David Moyes finally moves out of the hotel and into a new flat but could see himself out of that too if his side are beaten by Levante on Sunday.

Valencia V Gent(TUESDAY)
Atleti V Astana(TUESDAY)
City V Sevilla(WEDNESDAY)
Partizan V Bilbao(THURSDAY)
Villarreal V Minsk(THURSDAY)
Week 9 starts in the Spanish Capital as Paco Jemez's Rayo host an Espanyol side who despite their success in the Andalusian Capital last Saturday night will still struggle this season and this is a Friday night encounter at Vallecas I'm relishing.

Rayo may come into this on the back of a 5-2 away defeat in the Catalan Capital to Champions Barca but let me tell you it's no disgrace, Rayo may have conceded five goals but they took the lead, dominated the first 15 minutes of the second half, took the lead and scored two goals and could have scored more against the Champions.

Rayo were absolutely sensational at Camp Nou last Saturday night and if Nacho hadn't been reckless and comical defensively then Rayo wouldn't have given away two penalties and quite easily could have ended up in the lead at half-time.

They came out in the second half though and outplayed and dominated Barca in the first 15 minutes and how an equaliser never came I'll never know but as is the case in La Liga, if you don't take your chances you'll be punished and Rayo were but the 5-2 scoreline is harsh on them and it flattered Barca beyond belief.

Rayo showed in that game why they're the most enjoyable side to watch in La Liga and why you must admire them for playing the same way whoever the opposition or venue is and they gave Barca a run for their money.

Paco Jemez and his players must be so proud of themselves, seven points from 8 games is no disgrace for Rayo, they'll be absolutely fine this season and it's games like these that is why they survive but they don't win them all and this is one of those they could fail in.

Espanyol come into this one after a 3-1 away success in the Andalusian Capital over Real Betis but don't think Espanyol have all of a sudden hit some incredible form because Betis were poor on the night overall and defended like absolute amateurs!

Espanyol will struggle for goals this season and they'll struggle in general, their season will be long, hard and one hell of a battle, they've beaten Betis away against a Betis who defended like amateurs and beat La Real away who had their keeper sent off which changed the game and practically allowed Espanyol to succeed in the end.

Espanyol have lost away to the Yellow Submarine this season and lost away to Deportivo which was very comfortable in the end so don't be fooled by the fortune of their two away successes this season because if you do you'll end up looking silly!

Attacking midfielder Marco Asensio is going to be a star for both club and country and Los Blancos can be thankful to have him because in years to come he's going to be a world-class player and he's already shown in his time at Espanyol he's a star at this level, he's contributed to the majority of their goals this season and he set up all three goals in Seville last Saturday night, this guy's a star, this guy's magical baby!

Espanyol's high line at times this season has been exploited to devastating effect and they'll have to improve on that at Vallecas but when you play against Rayo you get opportunities and if you take them you can come away successful.

Rayo don't enjoy playing the side from the Catalan Capital and not only did Espanyol win here last season in a 3-1 away success but Rayo have lost two of the last four meetings, Rayo haven't beaten Espanyol since 2013 in a 2-0 home success and have won just three of the last four meetings at Vallecas with Espanyol winning three of them and flying back to the Catalan Capital victorious.

Rayo beat Gijon at home this season in a 2-1 midweek success but that's been their only home success this season from their four home games so far and they'll know that in a game at home against a side who struggle for goals in Espanyol they simply must end successful and victorious, Espanyol however will see this as a chance to build on their recent away successes.
The top two meet in La Liga, it's Balaidos, Saturday 3pm UK TIME, 4PM SPANISH TIME, if you don't watch this game what else will you be doing? It's simply unmissable stuff, high speed, high intensity as Celta host Los Blancos at Balaidos in a Saturday BELTER!

Celta have won a game after beating Barca something that took them four months last season and mentally that's absolutely huge, Celta have defied those who thought they'd fall away again after a great start to the season.

They did last season but this season seems much different, wins at home to Barca and away to Sevilla and the Yellow Submarine have Celta joint top and deservedly so, if they had beat Las Palmas and Getafe they'd now be four points clear at the top of La Liga.

Celta's start must receive maximum credit and maximum recognition, they've been an absolute joy to watch yet again this season and despite key departures they've remained as good as last season and arguably better.

Nolito will most likely depart for Catalonia in January but in Orellana, Aspas and Guidetti they still have an attacking element that can damage any side in La Liga on their day and with Wass, Augusto and Hernandez in midfield they have a midfield that is one of the best in La Liga and one that's massively under-rated.

Celta can beat anyone in La Liga on their day and they're a side that show how competitive La Liga is because if you put them in any other league bar the Bundesliga in Europe, do they win it? They come second or first for me.

Celta are the closest side to Barca in Europe in terms of matching them for possession, counter-attacking and they showed in their home success over Barca why they are, their starts show it and their performances show it.

Defensively they may be open at times due to their positive attacking style but they can be disciplined and organised defensively at times and that's what makes them hard to crack, they may throw leads away at times but when you go 1-0 down to them you know they'll go for you even more and smell blood.

If you play Celta and aren't on it, you can really feel the force of them and come away bruised, battered and with a heavy defeat and without question for me if Celta can remain consistent this season they can claim that fourth spot.

I've always said I would love Celta to be in Europe because they are a fantastic advert and promotion for La Liga, people in England dismiss them but get them in Europe and those people can't ignore, Celta are just fantastic, how can you not love them and how can you under-rate them?

Celta this season have scored the same goals as Barca and haven't played Rayo like Barca have either and they've conceded less, at home they're unbeaten this season scoring at least three goals in three of those four winning two and drawing two.

Celta have scored in seven of their eight games this season and scored in three of their four home games this season conceding in three of those four games and have also conceded in six of their eight games this season.

As for Los Blancos the stories off the pitch although worrying with Benzema and other players reportedly unhappy with how Benitez criticises the players in public after the game the side sit joint top after eight games.

Los Blancos will always have stories in the press about them whether true or not, that's the nature and the circus surrounding the club and all they can do is ignore the stories and get on with their job which is performing to the best of their ability on the pitch.

Benitez is angry after games I get that but to criticise players in public is the wrong thing to do at a club like Los Blancos where the players have big personalities and it can be a move that puts you in danger.

Benitez was criticised by the Madrid press who are heavily critical as it is after the Madrid Derby for his tactics but to be honest Atleti's equaliser was fortunate and a point at the Calderon is a good result for Los Blancos, if Ancelotti was in charge it would be deemed as a big success.

The press are out to get Benitez and it's incredibly unfair, he's got Los Blancos joint top after eight games ahead of Barca on goal difference which doesn't count at the end of the season but what else are you wanting him to do?

Just like Ancelotti Benitez has been incredibly unfortunate with injuries and it's been even more ridiculous with Modric, Ramos, James and Benzema missing against Levante last weekend but credit to Benitez he managed to select a team that came out comfortable winners in the end.

Kovacic is getting better every game and is proving to be a shrewd signing by Benitez, Casemiro has been decent in the games he's played in including last weekend and Benitez's use of his injury hit squad has been as good as it can be for me so far.

Los Blancos will head into this one just days after a Wednesday night in Paris in the Champions League against PSG in which will be Benitez's big European test as Los Blancos coach and it begins a gruelling schedule ahead of next month's El Clasico.

Ramos and James could be back for this one whilst Benzema and Modric remain doubts but if Benitez can come away from Paris avoiding defeat and win this one at Balaidos he'll be absolutely delighted.

Ronaldo is now the club's top scorer with 324 goals and has done it in 400 less games than it took Raul who was a wonderful striker and a pleasure to watch, congratulations Cristiano Ronaldo, this is your last season, go out in style my friend!

I feel so honoured to have been able to watch Cristiano Ronaldo live at the Bernabeu for Los Blancos and have loved watching him, him and Messi are special special players, what a generation we are living in.

Los Blancos have had a record number of clean sheets this season but have conceded in the big games away to Bilbao and Atleti and at Balaidos to come away with a clean sheet will be a big ask, Celta can win this and they have every reason to think like that, another big test for Benitez in La Liga.

Los Blancos have won four of the last five meetings against the Galicians and have won four of their last five visits to Balaidos and have conceded on all five of their last five visits to Balaidos and won this fixture 4-2 last season which came back in April of this year.
It's week 9 and I wonder if Granada will have yet learnt how stupid they were in the final stages of that game in Asturias on Monday night or maybe not as they threw away a situation that could cost them big come May and now they face a Betis side who will be desperate to return to winning ways after Espanyol gave them a lesson last weekend.

Granada, Granada, why do you always make things difficult for yourselves, your performances this season have deserved more than the five points you currently have and I actually felt you get a result you deserved by beating Gijon, you had it secured and you threw it away.

Both sending-offs were stupid behaviour and show why Granada like making things difficult for themselves and now they'll face Betis without centre-back Doria and without right-back Lopes meaning that half of their defence will now be changed again.

Doria was yellow carded in the late stages of the game and then just 30 seconds later he was soon given his marching orders and saw red and both players were sent-off via the same route-two yellow cards and it sums it up really, madness.

Granada apart from discipline were excellent in Asturias in my opinion, especially in the final third where they looked much better than what we've seen this season, they looked like they could score the majority of times they attacked and on the counter-attack they looked dangerous and sharp.

It's now Week 9 as I say and it's still no home win for Granada and no win since the second weekend of the season back in August and we're now reaching November almost, Granada are joint bottom with Las Palmas.

Granada struggled for goals last season and that's always been their problem but to score three goals in any game you must come out with a victory, Granada scored three goals away to a newly promoted side and had to settle for a draw, things aren't looking too rosy for the Andalusians right now.

Granada aren't the lowest scorers in the Primera at the moment, they're five goals clearer of the lowest scorers who are Malaga who have scored a dreadful three goals from their eight games so far this season.

Granada's next three fixtures after this see them take on Espanyol, Rayo and Bilbao and if they're still bottom come the end of the Bilbao game then I'm not sure Sandoval keeps his job, it's the madness of the Primera folks.

Granada have conceded double the amount of goals at home than what they did last season and they've already lost nearly half of the amount of games they lost at home last season and they've only played FOUR HOME GAMES this season!

Granada have lost three and drawn one of their four home games this season and scored just three goals in the process and conceded ten goals in the total and although the draw at home to Depor is an okay result they really have to get that home win soon and this is a game against a Betis side who can't defend well at the moment and who Granada must look to beat.

Betis come into this one after a 3-1 home defeat to Espanyol last Saturday night in a game that hopefully gives them the wake up call after two successive away successes that despite them this season will still be a difficult one and staying up won't be easy.

Betis against Espanyol were well below par and defensively they looked like a side who were going to be relegated because the defending was amateurish to say the least and I'm probably being unfair to amateur players here because it was horrific!

The third goal Espanyol scored really did sum things up and to simplify things here it's basically like you're on the Playstation and you're playing someone online, he reaches your box after a run down the wing and he can pass the ball across the box to another player and fire home, that's what happened.

It's like you're either staring into space or you're not playing and your controller isn't in your hands and Betis just cannot defend like that on a regular basis because if they do they're almost certainly going to pay for it with 42 games in the Segunda next season rather than 38 in the Primera.

Pepe Mel will come under criticism for that defeat but so should the players because it wasn't just the defence that played badly it was the whole team, the response after the early goal Espanyol scored was okay.

However the tempo and pace in the final third wasn't high enough, there wasn't enough energy and when chances were created they were wasted and okay Betis were unlucky that some chances didn't go in.

But overall not enough chances were created and defensively they left themselves with an uphill battle to get anything from the game, it's now defeats at home to Deportivo and Espanyol, sides who will be close to Betis this season in the table.

Losing at home to a top team is understandable but for Betis the Benito Villamarin historically has been a fortress and it has to be close to that this season because away form won't see you survive, Eibar thought that last season but were relegated because of less than five home wins.

Two losses so far at home is very bad especially given that they came against Deportivo and Espanyol but the Espanyol one is deeply concerning for me because it's three goals shipped via poor defending against a side who will and who have struggled for goals this season.

Betis being well beaten by a side struggling for goals is extremely worrying and it'll worry the Betis supporters and Pepe Mel, two away successes to Rayo and Gijon were superb and they could really build on it by beating Espanyol but a heavy defeat sees them on a low again.

This is another massive game for Pepe Mel and his Betis side because to lose to another relegation rival and have back to back defeats would be horrendous and with Bilbao, Malaga and Atleti in the next three games after this one a defeat here could see Betis head into very dangerous water.

Betis's first away game this season saw them heavily beaten at Santiago Bernabeu by Los Blancos in a 5-0 away defeat but since then they've gone unbeaten on their travels with a 0-0 draw away to Los Che at Mestalla plus wins away to Rayo and Sporting Gijon.

These sides last met in a friendly back in August in Seville which Betis won 2-1 and have played each other every single year since 2010 and this fixture sees that continue, Betis have enjoyed their recent visits to Granada.

Betis may have lost their last visit to Granada 1-0 and lost three of their last six meetings against them but they've won two of their last three visits to Granada in the Primera and will look for more Derby success here.

Enjoy this Andalusian Derby, they're just superb and show you a side to Southern Spain that you just really have to see and admire, Granada are on the up off the field and Nuevo Los Carmenes is a tough place to go whilst Betis need to return to winning ways, defeat in this one for either could prove costly come May due to the head to head stakes, don't miss this Saturday evening Andalusian Derby!
Sevilla recovering, unbeaten in three and starting to reach high levels in patches look to record a third successive home success on Saturday night as they host Fran Escriba's Getafe who will be on a high after their 4-0 home success over Las Palmas last Sunday night (don't go there)

Emery's men will hopefully come into this after success in the English City of Manchester by downing another average English side but in La Liga they've now stopped the rot by registering seven points from a possible nine in their last three games.

Home wins over Rayo and Barca and a draw away to Eibar when losing 1-0 late on is a pretty decent return and it's a base and Emery and his men must build on this because they've given themselves a recovery base.

Build on that recovery base by winning this one and the confidence, belief and momentum will step into their play and the side in general but it won't be easy against a Getafe side who under Fran Escriba are now oozing in confidence.

Emery has kept his faith in Gameiro up top and it's paying off, his excellent performance against Barca was shown again in the Basque Country against Eibar as he netted the equaliser late on which rescued a point for the Andalusians.

Sevilla in the first-half against Eibar were pretty poor but in the second half they came out a much better side and put Eibar under real pressure and eventually the equaliser came through Gameiro and in the end Sevilla could and probably should have won the game but missed chances saw them have to settle for a point in the Basque Country.

Steven N'Zonzi starting again is nothing short of a mystery, at the moment the guy looks nowhere near the level required of a player in La Liga and Emery must realise that Iborra should start in N'Zonzi's holding midfield role and Banega should play behind Gameiro, it's the perfect solution.

Getafe are unbeaten in their last three matches and have won two of those and have also kept clean sheets in three of their last four La Liga games and they are now showing real form under coach Fran Escriba and they are finally picking up the points.

Getafe after a poor start to this season now sit 11th on 10 points from a possible 24 and that's very good for Getafe because it's a 4 point lead over the relegation zone and if you gave that situation to Getafe back in August before the season they'd have taken it alright.

Getafe on their travels concerned me last season and this season they haven't changed because in their four away games this season they've lost three of them, the draw came in their last away trip which came in Vigo against Celta in which they drew 0-0.

Getafe last season on their travels struggled to find the net which meant that in theory the home side only needed to score once to secure the points but Getafe are now showing form under Escriba and their performance at Balaidos against Celta shows they're not too far away from a result on their travels.

Getafe love playing Sevilla at the Coliseum but this is at the Sanchez Pizjuan and Getafe's last five visits here have seen them lose one and lose the other four, Getafe have lost their last four visits to the Sanchez Pizjuan and only scored on one of those four visits.
Malaga who remain in the relegation battle early on face another massive home game as they host Victor Sanchez's impressive and high intensity attacking Deportivo side at La Rosaleda and Malaga will be looking for home success after a battering on the East Coast in Week 8.

Malaga head into this one after a defeat as they were swept aside on the East Coast by a Los Che side who won the game 3-0 and looked much improved but in truth Malaga did make it a little easy for them at times.

Malaga gave a needless penalty away from Valencia's third goal, the defending for the first goal was abysmal and although the finish for the second goal was fantastic, when you let a player run from outside the box past five of your defenders and smash it into the bottom corner you've real problems.

Malaga made it too easy for Los Che defensively last Saturday night and it was strange to see a Malaga side known for their defensive organisation and solidity get opened up so easily and how easy it was to create chances against them, was let's just say scary!

Malaga gave some impression at Mestalla that the La Real success in Week 7 was just one a off and they'll be out in this one to prove it wasn't, I want to see a performance from them because at the moment they look a side who will be in a relegation battle for the large part of this season.

Malaga's issues off the pitch with their owner continue and they don't help the side one bit and let's be honest who'd blame coach Javi Gracia if at some point this season he says this is too much for me, I'm off, if he does then Malaga would head into really darkened days.

Deportivo however can come into this proud and full of confidence of belief after coming from two goals behind with ten minutes remaining against Bilbao last weekend to draw the game 2-2 and they proved why they're much improved from last season.

Deportivo without a shadow of a doubt would have lost that game last season, Victor Sanchez in his first season as a manager has massively impressed and he has this Deportivo side playing till the whistle with a never say die attitude.

Deportivo were 2-0 down with ten minutes remaining gave 100% effort until the end and in attack they're sharper, brighter, better and much more dangerous this season and in the end they fully deserved the point they battled for in the final ten minutes.

Deportivo have lost just once this season and that was in a crazy home game against new boys Sporting Gijon, they sit sixth with 13 points seven points above the relegation zone and it's nothing short of a sensational start for Deportivo.

Malaga have drawn twice, lost once and won once in their four home games this season whilst Victor Sanchez's Deportivo are unbeaten on their travels so far and have won two and drawn two of their four away games this season.

Deportivo's wins against Malaga come in Galicia, in Andalusia at La Rosaleda it's Malaga who dominate and have won one of the last five meetings at La Rosaleda with the other four ending in draws, Deportivo have never beaten Malaga at La Rosaleda, Malaga have won two of the last three meetings between the sides.
A hugely important game takes place in the early Sunday kick-off in Week 9 as La Real have a date on the East Coast, Levante who are in the relegation zone and struggling host La Real who look set for a new coach sooner rather than later.

Levante come into this after last weekend's 3-0 away defeat in the Spanish Capital against Los Blancos and apart from individual errors defensively Levante gave as good as they got and gave Los Blancos a few scares.

Levante performed as well as they could have at Santiago Bernabeu last weekend for me, they created some good chances but just couldn't take them in the end but the fact they created chances away to Los Blancos must give them the encouragement heading forward.

At least two of the three goals though came from Levante staring into space whilst on the ball and when you surrender the ball to Los Blancos in the final third there's only one thing coming and that's a goal.

It happened twice and Levante just did not learn and this is why Levante had the worst defensive record in the Primera last season and why they've only kept two clean sheets this season, if Levante win they generally need to score at least two because they can't defend.

Lucas Alcaraz can be as frustrated as he wants but when you play a 5-3-2 and you're still conceding that tells you that the personnel defensively just isn't good enough, just like last season and the season before that.

In Deyverson who is their record signing and is a striker they have some player, he was extremely lively and impressive as always at Santiago Bernabeu and gives Levante genuine hope of survival this season.

Levante's home form and their January signings is what saw them to survival last season and they are unbeaten in their last three home games with two draws and one win and considering two of those games came against Sevilla and Villarreal it's pretty good going.

With Levante's next four games after this against Betis, Deportivo, Espanyol and Granada Levante know that come Christmas they need to be outside the relegation zone, they have the run-in to give them their chance and they must take it.

As for La Real and it's a miracle David Moyes is still coach after their 2-0 home defeat to Atleti last Sunday afternoon which finally saw the La Real supporters turn against Moyes vocally and Moyes's time now seems up.

The La Real fans chanted in English 'GO HOME NOW MOYES' to make sure he got the message loud and clearly, some players for weeks now have clearly stopped giving maximum effort for him and the language barrier has clearly caused problems.

I'm gutted it's not working out for Moyes being English/British myself and it's devastating to know that it's now when not if as to when he'll be sacked or not because he loves the life in Spain, he loves the league and is desperate to stay out there.

This could be Moyes's last game if he doesn't come away from this one with three points and if it is to be so then I'd like to say thanks for trying and I wish you the best of luck in your future job whether that's in England or somewhere else.

The fact is that this La Real side is better than last season and is top seven material yet it's worse and they sit on 6 points after eight games just outside the relegation zone and that's just not acceptable and Moyes knows that.

Defensively against Atleti La Real looked incredibly open by their standards and to be caught so easy and so open for Carrasco's second goal is just incredible, far too easy and far too poor, players have stopped playing for Moyes, the fans have now turned and it's just a matter of time.

Moyes is more suited to the English league for me, he's looked miles out of his depth in my opinion in La Liga which is a technical league and the best league in the world and tactically he just hasn't come close to cutting it.

Levante won the meeting on the East Coast in 2012 in a 2-1 home success but this fixture normally ends in a draw, four of the last five meetings have ended in a draw and Levante have won five of the last seven meetings between the two sides on the East Coast, La Real haven't beaten Levante on the East Coast since 2009 in the Segunda.
Another nail in the coffin for Las Palmas last weekend as they were heavily beaten by Getafe at the Coliseum 4-0 in a night to forget for the side from the Canary Islands which saw the board panic and give Paco Herrera his marching orders whilst the Yellow Submarine suffered their first home defeat of the season as they were beaten 2-1 by Celta at El Madrigal by a late Nolito winner.

Las Palmas are going down and it breaks my heart to say that, I said it after the Eibar game because not only have I followed this league for years now so I know that the results they've had so far signal relegation but because the solidity defensively they showed in the first few games of the season has now vanished.

And boy it's vanished because against Getafe I've seen a side defend so poorly that it's become far far too easy for a side at this level to win a game and even though Getafe were good on the night and deserved their win Las Palmas gifted them the points.

Defensively it was basic stuff not being done properly and Getafe were basically playing against a defence and team who were still on the tarmac at Madrid Barajas Airport, they hadn't quite navigated their way to the exit from T4.

Araujo was isolated, Viera was isolated, Las Palmas created absolutely nothing and a 4-3-3 formation backfired in their face, Las Palmas are far from solid defensively right now and in the last two games have looked miles away from a level required in La Liga.

To sack Paco Herrera though shows that the board have panicked because for me they've made a decision that's not just a very bad one but it's also a mis-guided one and one that they are going to be deeply deeply regret.

It was always going to be a struggle and a massive ask to stay up this season but it's not like the performances overall so far have been that bad and even away to Getafe when they have been bad there's been no signs of dressing room unrest.

To bring the club back to the Primera after thirteen years away was a dream, the euphoria, the joy it meant so much to the island, the club, its fans, its people and it's dying right now and what a stupid stupid decision this is.

Paco Herrera will always be loved by the people of Gran Canaria and by the Las Palmas supporters and will go down in history for what he's achieved, I thank him very much and wish him the best of luck in the future.

Sorry it ended like this Paco, you've been sacked after eight games back in the Primera after thirteen years away from it, it stinks it really does, Las Palmas to come back up next season if relegated have just decreased.

Cordoba last season were a shambles on the pitch and then off the pitch they sacked the coach who brought them up very early in the season, on the pitch in the last two games Las Palmas are looking this season's Cordoba and this decision sees their off the pitch route heading the Cordoba route.

Miguel Angel Ramirez has been criticised for the ticket prices against the big two but to pay for the stadium works you have to take advantage of the tourism of the Island and the fact you're in the Primera again.

However Miguel Angel Ramirez and his other directors must come under the spotlight now because this is a reckless decision, it's a mystery as to who replaces Paco but one thing's for sure, it'll probably be one of those coaches who always gets a job and isn't very good really, Las Palmas heading for a crash and not a good one? Cordoba 2015-16? I really hope not but it's looking like that right now.

Mr Ramirez didn't hang about though and just hours later after Herrera's sacking was confirmed the club appointed a new coach who will take charge until the end of the season and will get another year at the club if he keeps them in the Primera.

That man is Quique Setien who has spent the last six seasons with Segunda side Lugo where he played attractive attacking football and gained them promotion from the third tier of Spanish Football into the Segunda and kept them there ever since.

Setien is an experienced coach who will bring attacking football to the EGC but to a side that defensively looks miles away from a level that's required for the Primera division, I'll get behind him but he's going to be no better than Herrera let's be honest.

Las Palmas have made me proud this season but the last two games they haven't and already they are starting to increase my worry about them becoming last season's Cordoba and with trips to the Bernabeu and Mestalla after this it's likely to get worse, much worse.

La Real and Depor are the next two home games after this one but if Las Palmas haven't reached double figures by mid November things are going to look really bleak indeed, Las Palmas are in the bottom three and they deserve to be.

Las Palmas going down will be a very upsetting day for the Island day and as a follower of La Liga for me myself because having been there it's something so special having them in the Primera, I'm so pleased and honoured to have visited their this season whilst they are in the Primera.

The Yellow Submarine are in Europa League action on Thursday night and whilst it's at home it's going to be interesting to see how a La Liga side copes with a long flight to Gran Canaria for a league game just days after a Europa League game on a Thursday night.

It's around a three hour flight from the East Coast down to Gran Canaria and for a 3pm kick-off that's likely to see the game played in a heat of around 25-26 degrees it's going to be a tricky away trip for the Yellow Submarine.

Las Palmas will very rarely play in the daytime this season, it's got the best climated in Europe and to play this game in the middle of the afternoon with 25-26 degrees heat is extremely stupid in my opinion.

The Yellow Submarine may have lost their last two games in La Liga but they've drawn two and won one of their four away games this season so they won't exactly fear their trip to the EGC for this one even if it's after a Europa League game.

If you said to the Yellow Submarine before the season started that they'd be joint 4th on 16 points after eight games and would beat Atleti at El Madrigal they'd have laughed at you but certainly taken it.

It's been a sizzling start to the season by Marcelino and his men and if they can successfully navigate this trip to Gran Canaria ahead of games with Sevilla and Barca they'll be be very very pleased indeed.

These sides have met four times before but never in La Liga, twice in the Copa which saw the Yellow Submarine winning both legs and advancing whilst the two meetings in the Segunda both ended in draws.

The Yellow Submarine will come into this one with tiredness that will effect them at some point in the game because of their Europa League game on Thursday plus the three hour flight to Gran Canaria for this one, whilst it's going to be tough Las Palmas can get a result here, The Yellow Submarine after a Europa League outing are far from rosy.

Do us proud Las Palmas, it's all we ask.

Sunday's penultimate game sees us head to the Catalan Capital as third placed and joint top Barca host high flying Eibar who's good start to the season continued as they held Sevilla at Ipurua in Week 8 with a 1-1 draw.

Barca enjoyed Week 8 themselves because even despite another poor performance they still overcome Rayo in the end despite falling behind in the first half by recording a 5-2 home success thanks to a superb performance from Neymar.

Barca were poor against Rayo, Suarez was poor by his standards but thankfully Neymar stepped up to the plate in the absence of Messi as he displayed a four star performance producing four goals to eventually down Rayo on a Saturday night of entertainment at Camp Nou.

Sergi Roberto and Neymar were the stand-out players from the game against Rayo because in general the eleven that took to the field the majority of it were well below par and defensively Barca looked extremely fragile.

I mentioned that fragile defence every week last season but it was the front three that bailed it out and you never saw it but when the front three don't all play you'll see the fragile defence a little more visually and that's what you're seeing at the moment.

Barca can't keep a clean sheet right now and that's got to stop soon but there were signs against Rayo that in the final third Barca's levels are reaching higher sights and as we get closer to the El Clasico and Messi and Iniesta get closer to returns it's promising.

We can't hide the off the pitch fiasco though and everytime I write about the club off the pitch something new comes up and it gets worse, in Week 8's preview I mentioned Messi's court case and Neymar's bother.

The latest is that the State Ottorney have now called for Messi to serve 22 months in prison, Messi is now likely to have stand trial in the case and make an appearance in the dock whilst Neymar's case is taking turns for the worse.

Not only have his assets been frozen in Brazil his former club Santos have now asked FIFA to investigate his transfer to Barca and demanded he be banned from Football for six months which would see him return to football next summer.

Santos have denied this now it's reached the press but FIFA are now investigating Neymar's transfer and FIFA's war with Barca continues, I do not see Neymar been banned to be honest but with FIFA involved anything's possible with that shambles of an organisation.

Regarding Messi, I see his father heading to jail but for Messi himself I just don't see it, he's done nothing wrong for me and the sponsors, Barcelona etc would have a field day sueing if he went to prison.

This Barca under Luis Enrique aren't the Barca I love, they're easily beatable, easily exposed and much more vulnerable defensively due to the style of play Enrique has them playing, Enrique just isn't good enough.

Short term manager or a one-off wonder? I'll leave you to decide.

As for Eibar just like Depor they've had an excellent start to the season and have a seven point gap between themselves and the relegation zone but I just simply refuse to get carried away and fooled by their start.

Eibar did this last season and had 26 points after the first half of the season and were on the brink of rubberstamping survival but in the second half of the season they had nothing left in the tank and fell away and were eventually relegated.

Until those Spanish courts had other ideas, I still feel uncomfortable having Eibar in the Primera and that's nothing against the club because I love them and their success story is quite magical but what happened in the summer has taken the magic away for their second season.

It's enabled the club to financially benefit and increase their ground with a new stand so I'm delighted for them but I just wish they had stayed up on the pitch last season so this uncomfortable feeling wasn't there.

Eibar are unbeaten in their last four games but they've only one of those and that came away to Las Palmas and their home form still concerns me because the lack of home wins last season sent them down and just one win there this season shows things may be the same again in terms of their home form.

Borja Baston is a real shining light for them because on loan from Atleti he's giving Simeone much thought because at such a young age he's showing he can fire goals in for fun at this level and has a bright future in the game.

Eibar are unbeaten on their travels this season and with Baston on fire and with them facing a Barca side who have a midweek trip to Belarus in the Champions League days before this you couldn't rule out the tiny Basque side upsetting, or could you?

These sides met for the first time last season and Barca won both times winning 2-0 in the Basque Country and winning the meeting at Camp Nou 3-0, here's an interesting fact for you- in 1944 Eibar couldn't afford their own kit and were lent kits by Barca and have kept those Barca colours ever since, Eibar are also the smallest ever club to play in the Primera.

This is more than David V Goliath, it's giants against a Basque Miracle.
Ready to head on that 15 minute walk from Atocha from that cheap 1 Euro a pint bar after filling yourself up with a few pints of Mahou and a plate of Tapas? Well it's time to enter the Vicente Calderon to see the game of Week 9 as Atleti host Los Che.

This game is sizzling with excitement and all-round buzz, there'll be a big away following at the Calderon for this one with train links excellent from the Spanish Capital to the East Coast with trains from Madrid to Valencia taking 90 mins.

This is Atleti's penultimate season at the Vicente Calderon and I'm still angry, frustrated and very disappointed to see them leaving the place, I know they are moving to a bigger stadium but I still don't understand it.

The Vicente Calderon is a fantastic stadium to be inside and I'm just honoured and delighted to have visited it, it's a truly wonderful historic ground and the matchday experience at the Calderon is delightful, a ground very close to the Spanish Capital's city centre.

The matchday experience is likely to be extremely poor at La Peineta, the location of the stadium is very poor and although a Metro station is close to the stadium, it's still likely to take you some time from the City centre.

The club have now opened up season ticket sales for the new stadium so supporters can pick their seats for the 70,000 seater stadium, hospitality at the ground is fantastic and the media facilities are superb but for the average supporter it's going to be poor in my opinion.

It'll be a fantastic stadium don't get me wrong but for atmosphere and matchday experience it won't be the Vicente Calderon's level, I'll miss the Calderon I really will and when it's in full flow it's for me the most intimidating stadium in Europe.

Atleti come into this one after a 2-0 away success in the Basque Country over La Real in what was the usual away performance from a Simeone side, professional, solid and a perfect away performance.

A clean sheet was never in doubt and Griezmann stepped up in a game where he produced a wonderful solo run that ended in a wonderful chipped finish over Rulli to give Atleti an early lead and it was a performance from Griezmann that highlights his potential to be the third best player in the world.

Griezmann is very close to reaching the third best player in the world status but in the big games he's yet to deliver for me and that's why I am not giving him that status and it's down to him to do it in the big games to secure that status.

To win at Anoeta is a fantastic result despite how poor La Real are at the moment because it's still a tricky place to visit and Atleti lost there last season, they also drew this fixture against Los Che last season so a win here will be massive.

Jackson Martinez is growing in confidence and clearly adapting to Simeone's way better now especially in training given that Simeone has now developed enough confidence and faith in him to put him in the starting eleven.

BOTH SIDES IN MIDWEEK ACTION-Atleti head into this one after a home game on Wednesday night against Khazakstan side Astana in the Champions League whilst Los Che head into this after a Tuesday night home game against Belgian side Gent in the Champions League.

Los Che will head into this after an important Champions League game in midweek which is key to their hopes of progression in the Champions League but they'll head into that game after a morale and confidence boosting 3-0 home success over Malaga last Saturday night.

Against Malaga Los Che showed signs of much higher levels compared to the ones we've seen last season, Nuno finally woke up and realised it's time to start Alcacer up top after his goals for La Roja and put out an eleven that was a good one!

Piatti caused all sorts of problems with his delivery into the box, Mina caused Malaga problems defensively with his pace and direct running and Alcacer was very unfortunate not to score, Andre Gomes was the stand-out player and put in a superb performance in midfield for Los Che.

Los Che now have 12 points from their eight games this season and are six points off the top so things do look a little brighter in the Los Che camp but they must not get carried away and the Malaga success must be the start of a run of wins now.

Los Che's away form was poor last season and this season it's not shown signs of improving and their only away success this season came away to Gijon as they needed a fortunate 90th minute winner to see off the new boys, Los Che drew away to Rayo on the opening weekend and were defeated away to Espanyol and Bilbao.

After this away game Los Che face important trips to Sevilla, Eibar, Celta and Villarreal so there's big games coming up soon for Los Che right in the middle of a big and important Champions League campaign so the big games keep coming for Nuno and his side.

Atleti have lost just one of their four home games this season and that came against Barca, they've drawn the Madrid Derby at home to Los Blancos 1-1 and beaten Las Palmas and Getafe and are now unbeaten in their last two home games.

These sides have met in every competition bar the Champions League, Atleti have won two of the last five meetings between the two sides, Atleti have won just one of the last five meetings between the two at the Calderon winning one and losing one with the other three ending in draws as last season's meeting did as it ended in a 1-1 draw.
Week 9 comes to a conclusion in the Basque Country as Valverde's men who are unbeaten in their last three games look to continue their good home as they host new boys Sporting Gijon at San Mames.

Bilbao come into this one after a 2-2 away to Deportivo last Sunday night as they threw a 2-0 lead away to draw 2-2 but despite that Bilbao showed promise going forward but despite Deportivo producing another great performance in the attacking areas Bilbao threw the points away.

Bilbao were 2-0 up in Coruna on Sunday night with ten minutes of the game left but even before the 80th minute you could see it coming as Valverde's men continued to sit deep and allow Deportivo onto them.

Deportivo were either going to eventually score and get one back or Bilbao were going to get that crucial third goal and kill Deportivo off completely, that's the fine margins and small details in La Liga.

Bilbao had their chances to do that though but overall you have to say a draw was a fair result because if you're going to sit back away from home when 2-0 up then you always run the risk of losing your lead.

Williams and Raul Garcia were fantastic in Coruna and as usual the brilliant Aduriz was well brilliant, with Raul Garcia as part of that attacking trio behind Aduriz there's now less reliance and pressure on Aduriz.

Bilbao as I've said before have a fantastic attacking trio behind Aduriz, I was so pleased to see Williams get his goal in Coruna because he's deserved it and he took it well too and now Muniain has been given the all-clear to return things are going to get better.

Muniain will be eased back in but when we do finally see a Muniain back at 100% match fitness with Williams on the other side and Raul Garcia in the attacking midfielder role completing that trio behind Aduriz we'll see a Bilbao at full strength and with real real quality to hurt the majority of sides in the Primera defensively.

Bilbao have a had a poor start to the season but two wins and they'll find themselves in the top ten so it's not all bad and they'll come into this game after a Thursday night in the Serbian City of Belgrade as they take on Partizan Belgrade in the UEFA Europa League.

Bilbao have won two and lost two of their four home games so far but it's worth remembering that those two defeats came against Champions Barca and Los Blancos and the two victories came against Getafe and Los Che both by the same 3-1 scoreline.

Gijon come into this one on a high even despite their failure to win an important home game against Granada on Monday night because with two minutes remaining and at 3-1 down they managed to produce a spirited and stunning comeback to come away with a 3-3 draw and a point.

Who knows how important that point could be come May, it could be the difference between them surviving and them being relegated you just never know but full credit to them because they never gave up.

Their never say die attitude has to be admired and they always attack even at 3-1 down they never gave up and with their superb home support behind them at El Molinon they were driven on and when that third goal went in in the 96th minute the oldest stadium in Spain erupted!

Gijon took an early lead after a well worked set-piece resulted in defender Bernardo firing into the right hand corner of the goal but they ended up going in to the break 2-1 down and with 15 minutes remaining El-Arabi produced a wonderful looped strike to finish Gijon off and give Granada an away success up North.

So we thought and once the ball dropped from a throw-in in the 96th minute Guerrero a half-time substitution took it past the Granada defender and thumped the ball into the roof of the net sparking wild celebrations at El Molinon.

Gijon have lost two of their four home games this season and drawn two and with two of those games coming against Betis and Granada it is a little worrying, they are a joy to watch and their attacking play at times is fantastic.

Without Sanabria upfront for six weeks now is a blow for them but they showed they still have the ammunition against Granada, I still do find them naive at times in the defensive areas of the field and their inexperience at this level is clear to see and defensively to concede three goals gives you a mountain to climb, Granada bailed them out but fair play to Gijon for their spirit and attitude.

Gijon may have lost away to Rayo this season but a draw away to La Real at Anoeta and wins away to Deportivo and Espanyol show they can produce results at this level on their travels, they have however conceded in six of their eight games this season and in their four away games so far they've conceded in three of them and must tighten up at San Mames but they've shown already this season that they can produce upsets on their travels by being organised and good enough in the attacking areas.

These sides have met many times before with the majority of the meetings ending in draws Bilbao have won two of their last four home meetings against Gijon but lost the one in 2009 in a 2-1 home defeat, the last meeting between these two in Bilbao ended in a 1-1 draw and Bilbao are unbeaten in their last five meetings with Gijon in the Primera.






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SportingMatrix • We Live For Sport: La Liga Week 9 Preview
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