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Malaga CF


Málaga Club de Fútbol, or simply Málaga, is a Spanish football team based in Málaga, Spain. The team currently plays in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football. The club can trace their history back to 1904 as Futbol Club Malagueno, the club folded in 1992 and was recreated in it's current format. Overall, Malaga has spent 37 seasons in total in La Liga, with a record finish of 4th. Malaga have had some success in continential competitions, winning the 2002 Intertoto Cup and reaching the quarter-finals (before being knocked out by eventual runners-up Borussia Dortmund) in the 2012-13 UEFA Champions League.


The club play at the La Rosaleda Stadium situated in Malaga. The 30000 capacity stadium built in 1944 and hosted 3 matches during the 1982 World Cup, most notably the Soviet Union vs Scotland.

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I have loaded up  number of leagues within Europe and South America with a small database and no additional add-ons


Meet our 32 year old Chilean manager Rafael Valdivia. My transfer policy for this career is that for every non-Spanish player I bring in, I must bring in a Spanish player as well, this will makes sure that at least 50% of our squad will be Spanish. I will also be looking to bring in as many academy players into the first team as possible.

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Pre-Season Update


Alright pre-season, would of loved to be beat Bolton but we couldn't. Now onto signings.


Only players who wouldn't have played leaving and B teamers going out on loan.


Carles Planas and Dennis Aogo provide a starter and backup at Left Back aswell as Javier Eraso who will be a backup (or possibly starter) central midfielder, all 3 very good deals. Also managed to die down Ignacio Camacho down to a new contract, with a 50 million euro release clause, amidst interest from Juventus.




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