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Real Zaragoza match-fixing case: 41 people cleared including Leganes boss Javier Aguirre

Former Real Zaragoza president Agapito Iglesias
Former Zaragoza president, Agapito Iglesias was handed a 15-month prison sentence.

A Spanish court has on Monday cleared 41 people, including Leganes coach Javier Aguirre, and Second Division side Real Zaragoza of match-fixing charges in a Liga fixture between Levante and Real Zaragoza in 2011.

A total of 41 people, including 36 current and former players, had faced punishments ranging from 24-month to four-year prison sentences and €3.4 million fines each if found guilty of sports corruption.

The judge ruled there was insufficient evidence of that crime. However, former...

Weekend numbers: Messi beats Ronaldo, Guardiola's worst ever start

Gab Marcotti says Barcelona's 5-2 thrashing of Mallorca was a true Barca performance.
Craig Burley explains why Leicester City have a realistic chance to win the Premier League title race.
Craig Burley thinks Pep Guardiola might have lingering doubts about staying for another rebuild at Manchester City.
Craig Burley is uncertain Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's 'good week' changes the long-term view at Old Trafford.
Gab Marcotti explains what went wrong for Juventus in their first defeat of the season at Lazio.
Craig Burley believes Arsenal need to look elsewhere for a manager who can end their struggles.
Gab Marcotti gives his take on Chelsea's recent struggles and reveals why he expects things will turn around.
Pep Guardiola discusses the alleged racial gestures made during Man City's Manchester derby defeat.
After a loss in the Manchester derby, Steve Nicol no longer feels Man City are Liverpool's biggest challengers.

Another lovely weekend of football, another set of great footballing numbers to crunch through. Here are the best of the lot.


PREMIER LEAGUE

Everton looked a different team as they took apart Chelsea 3-1, Manchester United stunned City 2-1 in the derby and Jose Mourinho seems to have forgotten his trusty ol' bus at Old Trafford - his free-scoring Spurs team smashed Burnley 5-0.

Meanwhile, Liverpool just keep on winning - they dismissed Bournemouth 3-0 away. The only team that looks like they can...