Pressure from the fans has forced Ukranian striker Roman Zozulya to abandon second division Spanish side Rayo Vallecano, less than 24 hours after joining on loan from Real Betis. Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
Ukraine striker Roman Zozulya has hinted he will cancel his on-loan move to Rayo Vallecano despite safety guarantees for his family from La Liga after the club's radical fans protested against the transfer.DNA, 2 weeks ago Soccer-False neo-Nazi claims drive Zozulya out of Rayo DNA, 3 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Soccer-Ukrainian Zozulya leaves Rayo after fan protests DNA, 3 weeks ago Soccer-Rayo fans protest against new signing Zozulya DNA, 3 weeks ago
Midfielder Jordi Gomez has become the new footballer at La Liga club Rayo Vallecano following a free transfer until the end of the season.Gomez, 31, on Tuesday signed for Rayo after finishing his contract at English side Wigan Athletic, with which he played ...Prokerala, 3 weeks ago
Three players among 18 people on La Liga match-fixing charges IMAGE: (Picture for representational purpose only) Manchester City's Raheem Sterling. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images A total of 18 people, including three soccer players, are to stand trial for match-fixing, a judge in Pamplona ruled on Thursday. Former Real Betis trio Xavier Torres, Antonio Amaya Carazo and Jordi Figueras are accused of accepting payments to rig results at the end of the 2013-14 La Liga season in an effort ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
I arrived at Seville airport wearing a shirt with the badge of Ukraine. This journalist reported that I was wearing a shirt from a paramilitary group, whose badge is distinguished from the badge of my country, claims Ukraine forward Roman Zozulya. Ukraine forward Roman Zozulya has left Rayo Vallecano less than 24 hours after completing a loan move from Real Betis amid protests from supporters of the Madrid club about his alleged links to the far right, Betis said on Wednesday. Zozulya, who ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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