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Real Mallorca today got through to the next round of the cup !!
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Real Mallorca today got through to the next round of the cup !!
1/4 Finals. Valencia beat Atletico Baleares 1-0 with a first minute goal in one of the ofther round of 16 games. AB play in the equivalent of the 4th division.
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Crucial win yesterday...come on Real!
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https://www.majorcadailybulletin.com...h-the-row.html

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Espanyol 1 - Real Mallorca 0

Mallorca, who were promoted with Espanyol last season, were seven points behind the home side going into Sunday's match in LaLiga Santander - Mallorca, on a terrible run of five defeats in a row, one place above the relegation zone in seventeenth and Espanyol twelfth.

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But Mallorca failed to make much impression. They are really struggling and must hope for better on April 2 away to Getafe who are currently fifteenth.
see full article on the MDB website


(as Cadiz won yesterday, Mallorca are now 18th and in the relegation zone )
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Club has agreed to part company with Luis Garcia Plaza

Real Mallorca are searching for a new manager and the club has agreed to part company with Luis Garcia Plaza after a string of bad results which has seen the club slip into the relegation zone.

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Real Mallorca name new manager
Javier Aguirre expected in Palma today
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Story in full here - https://www.majorcadailybulletin.com...presented.html
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Getafe 1 - Real Mallorca 0

Mallorca back in action after the international break, with a new coach and in dire need of a win. ...

... The best thing that could be said for Mallorca was that a new-look defence was solid enough.

... Óscar Rodríguez might have made it two in added time when he hit the bar, as Javier Aguirre's first match in charge made it seven defeats in a row.

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Not looking good Mike...in terrible form, they were doing so well.
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Not looking good Mike...in terrible form, they were doing so well.
They really did well for a while.

With the remaining fixtures a home match next weekend against Atletico Madrid and away matches to Barcelona and Sevilla still to come, it's vital to get points in the other matches.

Fingers crossed.
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They really did well for a while.

With the remaining fixtures a home match next weekend against Atletico Madrid and away matches to Barcelona and Sevilla still to come, it's vital to get points in the other matches.

Fingers crossed.
What a result today Mike...unbelievable.
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Real Mallorca 1 - Atlético Madrid 0

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... Muriqi went close on 64 minutes and four minutes later he fired Mallorca ahead from the penalty spot after a foul on Pablo Maffeo.

As Mallorca looked to hold on to the lead, Iddrisu Baba had to go off when he took a shot from Thomas Lemar direct in the face. Three valuable points were on the line, and Mallorca were making sure of them.
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Full article on the MDB website.

Brilliant result.
Back to 1 point above the relegation zone.
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In Primera RFEF Group 2, Atlético Baleares sit 4th with 7 games to play. Only one team get automatically promoted to Segunda with the next 4 going into play offs. The regular season doesnt finish until the end of May with the play offs to follow. 5 clubs are relegated.

There is just 9 points between 5th (last play off) and 5th bottom!

Atlético Baleares next 3 games are against the 2nd teams of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Villarreal!
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https://www.theguardian.com/football...e-la-liga-blog
Great article about Real Mallorca
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Tomorrow's game in the Son Moix could define our season if we win.

Real Mallorca, as Easter comes and goes once again, are putting their loyal fans through the emotional “wringer” as they battle relegation with just six games left to play. They were made to look ridiculous on Saturday, going down 3-0 to a bang average Elche side...
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(Mallorca back in 18th on the relegation spot on goal difference.)
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Real Mallorca 2 - Alavés 1

Following the dismal display against Elche on Saturday and Barcelona's surprise home defeat by Cadiz on Monday, Mallorca were back in the relegation zone ...

... Abdón Prats pounced on a loose ball and shot Mallorca into the lead. Four minutes into added time before the break, Mallorca were two-up, Vedat Muriqi latching on to Dani Rodríguez's assist to blast past Fernando Pacheco in the Alavés goal.

The visitors had their best attempt on goal in the 56th minute, when Sergio Rico saved well from José Luis Sanmartín (Joselu), and on 72 minutes went one better, courtesy of an own goal by Antonio Raíllo. ...

Fer Niño was one-on-one with Pacheco and might have settled the match in added time, as Alavés threw everyone forward. Rico made a save, there were yellows for Alavés players demanding a penalty, and finally the final whistle blew. Mallorca had held on.
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(Mallorca up to 16th in the table, outside of relegation, with Granada and Cadiz playing today/tomorrow)
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