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Next up in Lee Garrity‘s excellent journey around the European lower leagues is Spain.

La Liga will have added spice in the form of more derby games next season as Real Betis & Rayo Vallecano claimed the 2 automatic spots in Liga Adelante in a season packed with highs and lows for some of the biggest teams in the Spanish 2nd tier. In Madrid, Rayo Vallecano became the 4th side from the capital to make it to the top flight as they finished in 2nd spot 3 points behind Betis but the majority of the drama was off the pitch, with rotating sponsorships, strikes, unpaid wages & Stadium name change rows topping the bill at the controversially named Teresa Rivero somewhat taking the shine off events on the pitch.

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Ligue 1’s final match-day saw seven teams including Caen on the verge of relegation. Hoping to avoid defeat they would play host to 2nd place Marseille in what was always going to be a tough end to the season.

Against the odds it was Franck Dumas’ side that took a surprise early lead through Yohan Mollo’s 7th minute strike. With half time approaching the home fans were hoping to go into the break with their slender lead intact.

Midfield maestro Benjamin Nivet received the ball inside the centre circle and with a lovely ball out wide he found 16-year old striker M’Baye Niang racing through on goal. The youngster charged into the box and then with the composure of a veteran finisher he calmly stroked the ball past Steve Mandanda giving his team an unlikely 2-0 lead. Marseille would come back to level the game late on, but Caen were safe and there was no doubt in anyone’s mind, M’Baye Niang was the real deal.

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