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 Copa del Rey 2012-13
Manzanares
Posted: Oct 30 2012, 06:49 PM


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It has started, round of 32 results with lower division status in parentheses:

Tuesday, October 30, first leg

Alaves (III) - Barcelona 0-3 (halftime: 0-1)

UD Llagostera (III) - Valencia 0-2 (halftime: 0-1)

Next Fixtures (GMT):

Wednesday, October 31

Real Zaragoza v Granada CF (1900)

Cacereno (III) v Malaga (1900)

Real Jaen CF (III) v Atletico Madrid (1900)

Almeria (II) v Celta Vigo (1900)

Las Palmas (II) v Rayo Vallecano (2000)

CD Alcoyano (III) v Real Madrid (2100)

Thursday, November 1

Eibar (III) v Athletic Bilbao (1100)

Real Valladolid v Real Betis (1600)

UD Melilla (III) v Levante (1700)

Sporting Gijon (II) v Osasuna (1800)

Sevilla v Espanyol (1800)

Cordoba (II) v Real Sociedad (1800)

SD Ponferradina (II) v Getafe (1800)

Deportivo Coruna v Real Mallorca (2000)
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Merengue
Posted: Oct 31 2012, 03:39 PM


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Wednesday's scores,

CD Alcoyano (III) - Real Madrid 1-4 (halftime: 0-2)

Las Palmas (II) - Rayo Vallecano 1-0 (halftime: 1-0)

Cacereno (III) - Malaga 3-4 (halftime: 2-2)

Real Jaen CF (III) - Atletico Madrid 0-3 (halftime: 0-1)

Real Zaragoza - Granada CF 1-0 (halftime: 0-0)

Almeria (II) - Celta Vigo 2-0 (halftime: 0-0)


The shock was Celta going down 0-2 away to Almeria. US fans will be happy to know Oguchi Onyewu got his first start for Malaga and scored. And fans like myself of Real Madrid's cantera (youth team) will be pleased that Jose Rodriguez, a cantera product scored in the Merengues win. See Mourinho the canteranos can contribute!


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Manzanares
Posted: Nov 1 2012, 10:21 PM


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Thursday's results:

Thursday, November 1, first leg

Deportivo Coruna - Real Mallorca 1-1 (halftime: 0-0)

Cordoba (II) - Real Sociedad 2-0 (halftime: 1-0)

SD Ponferradina (II) - Getafe 0-4 (halftime: 0-2)

Sevilla - Espanyol 3-1 (halftime: 1-0)

Sporting Gijon (II) - Osasuna 1-0 (halftime: 1-0)

UD Melilla (III) - Levante 1-0 (halftime: 1-0)

Real Valladolid - Real Betis 1-0 (halftime: 1-0)

Eibar (III) - Athletic Bilbao 0-0 (halftime: 0-0)


2nd Division Cordoba's 2-0 win over Real Sociedad was probably the one real surprise of the day's matches, severall all first division battles without any major surprises.
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Posted: Nov 2 2012, 04:16 AM


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Well, Sporting beat Osasuna 1-0, so that's a small surprise, though given Osasuna's poor form this year and Gijón's recent resurgence, maybe not a surprise at all!

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Posted: Nov 2 2012, 05:20 AM


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The winner of the Cordoba-Sociedad tie will play Barcelona in the next round (assuming FCB doesn't collapse at home).

Could be quite a financial boost for Cordoba.
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Penya
Posted: Nov 27 2012, 10:23 PM


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Last 32 second leg matches on Tuesday

Malaga - Cacereno (III) 0-1 (halftime: 0-1)

First leg: Cacereno - Malaga 3-4. Malaga win on away goals after 4-4 on aggregate.

Real Madrid - CD Alcoyano (III) 3-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: CD Alcoyano - Real Madrid 1-4. Real Madrid win 7-1 on aggregate.

Osasuna - Sporting Gijon (II) 2-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Sporting Gijon - Osasuna 1-0. Osasuna win 2-1 on aggregate.

Rayo Vallecano - Las Palmas (II) 0-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Las Palmas - Rayo Vallecano 1-0. Las Palmas win 1-0 on aggregate.

Real Betis - Real Valladolid 3-0 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Real Valladolid - Real Betis 1-0. Real Betis win 3-1 on aggregate.

Real Sociedad - Cordoba (II) 2-2 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Cordoba - Real Sociedad 2-0. Cordoba win 4-2 on aggregate.


2nd Division clubs Las Palmas and Cordoba eliminate 1st division Rayo Vallecano and Real Sociedad. Malaga were stretched to the limit by 3rd Division Cacereno while Sporting's club came close but were knocked out by Osasuna 2-1 overall. And Mourinho played reserves and canteranos as Real Madrid eased past Alcoyano of the 3rd Division. More matches on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Posted: Nov 28 2012, 02:24 PM


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No upsets in Wednesday's matches, which produced these results:

Wednesday, November 28, second leg

Atletico Madrid - Real Jaen CF (III) 1-0 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Real Jaen CF - Atletico Madrid 0-3. Atletico Madrid win 4-0 on aggregate.

Getafe - SD Ponferradina (II) 0-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: SD Ponferradina - Getafe 0-4. Getafe win 4-0 on aggregate.

Levante - UD Melilla (III) 4-1 (halftime: 1-1)

First leg: UD Melilla - Levante 1-0. Levante win 4-2 on aggregate.

Valencia - UD Llagostera (III) 3-1 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: UD Llagostera - Valencia 0-2. Valencia win 5-1 on aggregate.


In the two late games Barcelona and Sevilla each advanced easily 6-1 on aggregate, eliminating Alaves (3rd level) and Espanyol respectively. The pericos can now concentrate on saving themselves from relegation.


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Posted: Nov 30 2012, 02:25 PM


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Thursday's scores:

Thursday, November 29, second leg

Real Mallorca - Deportivo Coruna 0-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Deportivo Coruna - Real Mallorca 1-1. Real Mallorca win on away goals after 1-1 on aggregate.

Celta Vigo - Almeria (II) 3-0 (halftime: 0-0, 90 mins: 2-0) AET

First leg: Almeria - Celta Vigo 2-0. Celta Vigo win 3-2 on aggregate.

Granada CF - Real Zaragoza 2-1 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Real Zaragoza - Granada CF 1-0. Real Zaragoza win on away goals after 2-2 on aggregate


Mallorca and Zaragoza eliminate Deportivo and Granada in all first division matchups.
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Posted: Dec 12 2012, 07:47 PM


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1 round of 32 and 4 round of 16 matches were played on Wednesday,

Last 32

Wednesday, December 12, second leg

Athletic Bilbao - Eibar (III) 1-1 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Eibar - Athletic Bilbao 0-0. Eibar win on away goals after 1-1 on aggregate.

Last 16

Wednesday, December 12, first leg

Atletico Madrid - Getafe 3-0 (halftime: 1-0)

Celta Vigo - Real Madrid 2-1 (halftime: 0-0)

Cordoba (II) - Barcelona 0-2 (halftime: 0-1)

Real Mallorca - Sevilla 0-5 (halftime: 0-3)

Tuesday, December 11, first leg

Osasuna - Valencia 0-2 (halftime: 0-0)

Next Fixtures (GMT):

Thursday, December 13

Levante v Real Zaragoza (1900)

Las Palmas (II) v Real Betis (2100)


The big upset was Division 3 Eibar eliminating Athletic Bilbao in the round of 32. Eibar now advance to play Malaga.

In the round of 16 Real Madrid lost 2-1 away to Celta but should overturn that result in leg 2.


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Posted: Jan 9 2013, 07:12 PM


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On Tuesday Malaga and Valencia advanced to the next round, here were Wednesday's results (no upsets) and the schedule for Thursday:

Real Madrid - Celta Vigo 4-0 (halftime: 2-0)

First leg: Celta Vigo - Real Madrid 2-1. Real Madrid win 5-2 on aggregate.

Real Zaragoza - Levante 2-0 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Levante - Real Zaragoza 0-1. Real Zaragoza win 3-0 on aggregate.

Sevilla - Real Mallorca 1-2 (halftime: 1-0)

First leg: Real Mallorca - Sevilla 0-5. Sevilla win 6-2 on aggregate.

Tuesday, January 8, second leg

Valencia - Osasuna 2-1 (halftime: 1-1)

First leg: Osasuna - Valencia 0-2. Valencia win 4-1 on aggregate.

Malaga - Eibar (III) 4-1 (halftime: 0-1)

First leg: Eibar - Malaga 1-1. Malaga win 5-2 on aggregate.

Next Fixtures (GMT):

Thursday, January 10

Getafe v Atletico Madrid (1830)

Barcelona v Cordoba (II) (2030)

Real Betis v Las Palmas (II) (2030)


Again the Bernabeu cheered Casillas and whistled Mourinho. That does not look like it will end well.
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Posted: Jan 10 2013, 09:47 PM


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Very limited drama in Thursday's 2nd leg matches, with these results,

Barcelona - Cordoba (II) 5-0 (halftime: 3-0)

First leg: Cordoba - Barcelona 0-2. Barcelona win 7-0 on aggregate.

Real Betis - Las Palmas (II) 1-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Las Palmas - Real Betis 1-1. Real Betis win 2-1 on aggregate.

Getafe - Atletico Madrid 0-0 (halftime: 0-0)

First leg: Atletico Madrid - Getafe 3-0. Atletico Madrid win 3-0 on aggregate.


No giant killers but all the league's big clubs are still alive which will make for some intriguing duels coming up.

EDIT: And here are those duels in the quarterfinals, home and away, beginning next week with the return legs the following week, first team listed at home next week,

Zaragoza-Sevilla
Real Madrid-Valencia
Atletico Madrid-Betis
Barcelona-Malaga


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Posted: Jan 11 2013, 02:08 AM


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Strange coincidence in that this weekend Barcelona play Málaga in the league, and next weekend it's Valencia against Madrid.
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Posted: Jan 11 2013, 02:11 AM


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Messi was reported in the Spanish press as wanting to play in the home leg against Córdoba, but I think stand-in coach Roura was right not to risk him, given the precedent against Benfica a few weeks ago.
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Posted: Jan 14 2013, 09:13 AM


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Here is this week's schedule for the first leg quarterfinal matchups:

Tuesday
21h Real Madrid-Valencia

Wednesday
19.30h Zaragoza-Sevilla
21.30h Barcelona-Málaga

Thursday
22h Atlético - Betis

Some really wonderful matchups starting with tomorrow's Madrid-valencia game, fetauring two traditional powers, each going in opposite directions, Madrid in a slump which has only accelerated post holiday break while Valencia are climbing up the table and always are ready to play either of the big two.

Wednesday is Zaragoza and Sevilla, two midtable clubs looking for Cup glory. Will Sevilla play with a new manager? Michel is in hot water right now and may not survive in his post until Wednesday. Then there is a replay of Sunday's entertaining league match between Barcelona and Málaga only this time at the Nou Camp. If Málaga can cut down their mistakes, they can give Barcelona a good game, right now that may be the best we can hope.

Thursday is a match between 2 and 4 in the league, Atlético Madrid versus Betis, two clubs having excellent seasons, Atleti with their great scorer Falcao and their defencive pressure hosting Betis, a balanced team with Ruben Castro is super form right now.

It should be a good week of futbol.


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Posted: Jan 14 2013, 11:22 AM


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As gaviota writes there are some excellent matchups in this round, highlighted by Real Madrid v Valencia, the repeat of Barcelona v Malaga and Atletico v Betis. With the league title race effectively decided already, this is the chance for these other clubs to win some domestic honors. gaviota is correct it should eb an enjoyable week 9actually two weeks with the return legs) of futbol.

Oh and Sevilla will have a new coach, Michel is out, ex Valencia coach Unai Emery is in. Not sure if he will be in charge on Wednesday though.


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