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  1. Is Sandro Ramirez Football's Next Star Player?

    8th May 2017. By Edward Stratmann.
    Although injuries have somewhat curtailed his first season at Malaga, Sandro Ramirez's debut campaign has still been an overwhelmingly positive one.

    Having signed on a free transfer in the summer from Barcelona, the club he joined as a 14-year-old from Las Palmas, where he struggled to find regular minutes due to the fierce competition for places at Barca, he's been a revelation for the Boquerones.

    "Last year was a little more challenging. I worked hard for the minutes I had. But when you have the best strikers in the world it's hard to make a dent," Sandro recalled.

    "The only way was to find a way out and I do not regret anything, I'm very happy with the step I've taken and I'm very happy here."

    The man who's scored roughly a third of Malaga's goals has certainly been vital in his side's recent upturn in form that's coincided with Michel taking over the managerial reigns

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  2. Charles Dias Looks to Cause Problems for Real Madrid

    By Ameen Rabbani.

    Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid travel to Malaga this weekend in what should be the toughest domestic fixture to date for the Frenchman since he took over from Rafa Benitez. Not just because his men endured an energy-sapping Champions League encounter with Roma in midweek or because of the hostile reception that awaits them at La Rosaleda but also because the opponents are in a sensational run of form that has seen them surge up the table in remarkable fashion.

    When Malaga last played Los Blancos they escaped from the Bernabeu with a 0-0 draw on matchday six despite playing the last 20 minutes with 10 men. Holding on for that long against Cristiano Ronaldo and co, who by the end registered more than 30 shots, was an indication of the spirit and discipline of Javi

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