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21 Aug 2011 19:59 GMT | Sport, Football, Spain
Matt Rumsey reports as the players of one of Spain's richest clubs have publicly backed footballers from some of the poorest as La Liga goes on strike for the first time in 27 years.
Source: Al Jazeera
After players in Spain's top two divisions fail to agree with league over emergency wage fund, the season is postponed.
Sport, Football, Spain
Cash-strapped promoted club face battle to stay in Primera Division as La Liga players strike overshadows season.
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