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16:14

Sport

Exit of Michael Santos could be the key to Malaga's transfer plans

SERGIO CORTÉS

...freed of his inflated wages (he didn't have a clause inserted in his contract that would see his wages halved in the event of relegation), wouldn't then be obliged to cash in on star players Ignasi Miquel and Youssef En-Nesyri. However, whether Santos

14:48

Sport

Former boss grateful for the “warmth” he was shown

SUR

...shown both by fans and club employees, especially sporting director Mario Husillos. He added that it had been a privilege to lead the club and that he was sad that he wouldn't be able to “settle in Malaga and see his new Malagueño grandson every day”.

15:52

Sport

A proud moment for Vélez-Málaga

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Pepe confidently said, "There's plenty of time left." And so it proved. When Nacho made it 3-2, jubilation spread around the bar , but also relief that Fernando wouldn't be failing his first test as coach. Though Ronaldo's late equaliser was a

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...useful. On 15 September Juan José underwent surgery. In total he spent six months in hospital, during which time he lost weight by following a strict diet and taking exercise. This was essential because he wouldn't have been able to have the operation,

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...also a positive one. "Solar rays are essential to synthesise vitamin D. Without sunshine people would suffer from rickets and wouldn't live," says Enrique Herrera. He also says the sun is necessary to prevent osteogenesis (weak bones). Dr Martínez

10:41

LifeStyle

Communities unite to #SaveSoraya

Jennie Rhodes

...chemotherapy, and both the doctors and Katrina agreed that the treatment wouldn't work. Soraya is now at home and taking steroids and anti viral medication, with the hope that the correct treatment will be found and that she will be well enough to receive it.

19:02

Education

Learning English and other stories

Rachel Haynes

David was one of my high school mates. You know, one of those bloody charismatic blokes that all girls always fall in love with. I wouldn't say he was handsome, not even ruggedly handsome, with his enormous hooked nose, medium-sized pitch-black shifty ... wouldn’t be lying. But, I wouldn’t be honest either. The truth is simpler than that. I’m dying. All of us are dying in some way from the moment we’re born. But now, I’m aware that my life is really short, as that of a butterfly. And, like a butterfly, I

16:34

Opinion

Radio waves

Peter Edgerton

...know why, but intuition tells me that extra terrestrials wouldn't have a clue how to organise a Friday evening shindig. Mind you, as far as I recall from my brief sojourn there, they're not so good at that sort of thing in Canada either. Too busy

17:31

LifeStyle

The long (and wobbly) story of gelatine

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

If I were to tell you that strawberry jelly was today's dessert, you probably wouldn't think that was interesting. However, if in an upmarket restaurant they suggested that you try the spherification of coulis of red fruit, or the spring dessert