2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
20-6-8, 4th in Spanish Primera División
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3dAdriana Garcia

Alaves' Medran cries during interview

Alvaro Medran, on loan from Valencia, showed his frustration over his lack of playing time at Alaves by crying during a postgame interview.

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12dSam Marsden

Coutinho sets the table as Barca bounce back

It wasn't always pretty but Barcelona bounced back from their Roma disappointment with a 2-1 win over Valencia with Philippe Coutinho the catalyst.

Barcelona make La Liga history in victory over Valencia (0:54)
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12dPA Sport

Barcelona beat Valencia; break Liga record

Barcelona broke a 38-year-old record on Saturday by extending their unbeaten streak in La Liga to 39 games by beating Valencia 2-1 at the Camp Nou.

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17dAdriana Garcia

Valencia eye UCL in 'miracle' season - Marcelino

Valencia coach Marcelino labelled his team's season as "a miracle" and said his side is going to pull out all stops to finish as La Liga runners-up.

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22dRob Dawson

Pereira wants talks over United future - sources

Midfielder Pereira, 22, has spent this season on loan at Valencia, helping them challenge for a place in the 2018-19 Champions League.

Transfer Rater: Bale, Vidal, Isco and more (4:20)
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40dAssociated Press

Zaza's goal, assist lead Valencia vs. Alaves

Simone Zaza scored one goal and set up another for Rodrigo Moreno as Valencia claimed a 3-1 La Liga win over Alaves at the Mestalla Stadium.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference264th
Goals Scored623rd
Assists444th
Goals Conceded36Tied-4th