LaLiga123 News 

Deportivo confirm Sebastian Dubarbier signing as La Liga hopes take shape

Deportivo La Coruna have confirmed the signing of defender Sebastian Dubarbier as they look to build a squad worthy of bouncing back to La Liga next season. Having suffered relegation last season, the Galician side are looking to bounce back at the first chance next season and following Clarence Seedorf’s exit – a number of player exits and arrivals are taking shape. Dubarbier, who played for Argentine side Estudiantes last season has now agreed a deal to move to the Riazor. The 32-year-old has experience of Spanish football having played…

Read More
LaLiga LaLiga123 News 

Luisinho joins Huesca after Deportivo relegation

Newly promoted Huesca have made their third signing of the summer, bringing in defender Luisinho from relegated Deportivo La Coruna. Luis Carlos Correia Pinto, to give him his full name, has joined the La Liga new boys on a two year contract after leaving Deportivo following their relegation to La Liga 123. The left back joined the Riazor side in 2013 when they were promoted to La Liga and has spent the last five years with the Galicians, playing over 100 games in the Spanish top flight. On their official…

Read More
LaLiga123 News 

Vigo born Gimenez joins Deportivo La Coruna

Vigo born keeper Dani Gimenez has joined Deportivo La Coruna from Real Betis, it has been confirmed. Having played largely as an understudy to Antonio Adan this season at the Benito Villamarin, Gimenez has accepted an offer to join relegated Depor, who look to bounce back in the Liga 123 next season. Gimenez, who was born in Vigo, Galicia, began his career with Celta, playing eight seasons for the B side – before a short stint with Zamora CF. Following news of the move, the 34-year-old keeper said that despite…

Read More
LaLiga 

La Liga End of Season Awards: Biggest Attendance Change of the Year – Real Betis

Barcelona may have produced one of their best seasons in recent memory, romping to the La Liga title losing just one game (5-4 at Levante on Jornada 37) but the crowds in the stand dwindled with over 200,000 less fans making their way through the Camp Nou turnstiles than last season. Despite this, the Catalan club still had the most fans over the course of the season, averaging 268 more fans per game than Real Madrid. La Liga in general however was well watched in the stadiums in 2017/18, totalling…

Read More
Gossip LaLiga 

Villarreal set to poach Sidnei from relegated Deportivo La Coruña

Deportivo La Coruña’s relegation is already beginning to cost the club dearly with one player already set to flee the sinking ship with defender Sidnei reportedly close to joining Villarreal. El Transistor radio show on Spanish station Onda Cero say that a deal is close to completion for the central defender, who will end his three year spell in Galicia after 119 appearances to date for the club. According to MARCA, both Spanish and English clubs were interested in the 28-year-old, but it now appears that he is opting for…

Read More
LaLiga News 

Seedorf set for Deportivo exit after failure to save club from relegation

Clarence Seedorf has hinted that he won’t be manager of Deportivo La Coruna next season, following his side’s relegation to La Liga 123. The Dutchman failed to win any of his first eight games in charge at the Riazor, but a four match unbeaten run came to an abrupt end against Barcelona on Sunday evening as the Catalan side secured the league title and in doing so – the Galician club’ fate. Lionel Messi was at his sublime best at the Riazor as his goals matched with a Philippe Coutinho…

Read More
Juanfran Moreno Deportivo LaLiga News 

Deportivo look for first away win in San Mamés in seven years

Deportivo de La Coruña visit the San Mamés stadium in a game where anything other than a win could be the final nail in the coffin for Dépor. Deportivo manager Clarence Seedorf still believes his team can avoid relegation, speaking to Cadena COPE recently, he said “I’m an optimist and a realist at the same time, I don’t have blind faith, but history shows us that comebacks are possible. I see the group has inner strength.” Regarding Saturday’s game (19:45 BST, New San Mamés stadium) Deportivo striker Adrián López has…

Read More
LaLiga News 

Just when will Malaga, Las Palmas and Deportivo be relegated?

With only seven La Liga games left to go this season, the relegation candidates at the wrong end of the table look almost guaranteed to retain their three current occupants: Deportivo La Coruna, Las Palmas and Malaga. The first to go down will almost certainly be Malaga, who could go down within a fortnight. They welcome Real Madrid this weekend before travelling to Levante, the side who will most likely consign them to a season in the second tier. Levante are in fact the side who will define exactly when…

Read More
LaLiga Match Centre 

Deportivo 3-2 Malaga: Adrian double seals crucial win in relegation dog fight

Deportivo La Coruna’s battle to beat the drop received a major boost on Friday as they recorded the first victory of the Clarence Seedorf era with a 3-2 win over relegation rivals Malaga. On the back of a 1-0 defeat against Atletico Madrid last week, the home side needed to step up if they were to see off a Malaga side high on confidence after their shock 1-0 victory against Villarreal. In fact, the visitors started strongest and had the first chance of the game – a shot from Diego…

Read More
LaLiga News 

Clarence Seedorf still believes Depor can turn their situation around

Clarence Seedorf has a near-impossible task of trying to keep Deportivo de La Coruña from relegation. Since his arrival back in February, the former Real Madrid midfielder has failed to win a single game, conceding nine goals and scoring just two, with nine games to go – including fixtures against Barcelona, Atlético de Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia and the ever-important Galician derby against Celta – and seven points away from safety, Seedorf still has a firm belief his team can avoid relegation. During an interview for Marca.com he said that he…

Read More