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14:08

Sport

Malaga, with a close eye on former players' movements this January

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Though Malaga are highly unlikely to make any further moves in the transfer market this month, the club's bosses will still have a keen eye on the comings and goings elsewhere as certain deals could provide a much-needed boost to club coffers. ... While it is quite common to include sell-on clauses when allowing players to leave (and Malaga have often used this to their advantage), the recently-introduced 'solidarity payments' could come in handy for the club this month. Under FIFA regulations, up ... Haller to Ajax, West Ham United have been credited with interest and speculation over a 40-million-euro move has been increasing. Should that go ahead, as Malaga will be hoping it does, the club can expect to receive around 600,000 euros. Other players

15:45

Sport

Malaga launch two new campaigns to get fans back involved in the club

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...football stadiums, the club have launched a 'season ticket' with a twist. Holders last year can automatically renew for free and it entitles them to a 10-per-cent discount in the club shop, among other benefits, plus no loss of their existing privileges. ... 'Patronos malaguistas', whereby donations of more than 50 euros can bring various benefits (commemorative mask, access to the Academy plans, sponsorhip of the Genuine team etc). Those with deeper pockets can also become a club director for the day for 10,000

13:54

Sport

No transfer activity likely as Malaga continue to pay the price for past mismanagement

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

The January transfer window may be open, but Malaga almost certainly won't be doing any business this month as judicial administrator José María Muñoz struggles to get to grips with the club's debts. While the current wage bill is within La Liga's ... limits and the club has secured a five-million-euro loan to remain solvent, various debts which have arisen from past mismanagement continue to be problematic in the current day. While several problems date back to the early years of Sheikh Abdullah ... Al-Thani's tenure as majority owner and president, some of the most pertinent are from more recently, while the club was already in Segunda. For example, at one moment, the club was paying the wages of three coaches at once: Víctor Sánchez del Amo, Juan Muñiz

13:50

Gibraltar

Gibraltar pays tribute to Prince Philip

Debbie Bartlett

...in Gibraltar and around the world, and in 1991 he personally piloted the aircraft in which he flew into Gibraltar airport for a visit to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his award scheme. He was also Admiral of the Royal Gibraltar Yacht Club. A

14:37

Sport

Malaga-Granada Copa del Rey clash to be played behind closed doors

antonio góngora / borja gutiérrez

...be able to attend the game, with authorisation needed from both the Junta de Andalucía regional government and La Liga. However, given the rise in coronavirus cases locally, the club has now decided against making the request. Games in Primera and

15:36

Sport

Construction kicks off again at the Malaga Academy in Arraijanal

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...be completed little by little when the club can. The current works have a budget of around three million euros which represents a very significant reduction compared to the initial project costs. Who can use it? The club is currently looking ... into how best to use the facilities. With only two pitches in the plans for now, instead of three, a maximum of four teams can train at one time. The club will need to evaluate how to balance the needs of all age groups of its youth teams, as well as

14:50

Sport

A staggering sum of money

Rob Palmer

...any damage that may be caused as a result of this publication." Yes, it is an invasion of privacy but I'm not quite sure what damage has been done to the football club? In the long term it will explain why they can't offer him a similar deal when ... the doors of the Camp Nou Museum. The tour ends in the club shop where you feel obliged to take home a gift. My parents and the Real Madrid star Isco have one thing in common - a dog called Messi and I'm sure he's also bought a dog coat with the ... he's still the footballer he's always been, in fact he's more important to the team than ever before as Barcelona lean so heavily on him. The club don't have another 'Galáctico' in their ranks and he is a crowd puller. When fans are allowed back in,