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Fan donations keep Real Oviedo alive

Not every Spanish club is bursting with cash, one lower league side has had to rely on the generosity of others.

Last Modified: 03 Sep 2013 17:41
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While Real Madrid are shelling out $132 million for Gareth Bale, less fortunate teams are trying to find a way to make ends meet. 

Thankfully for Segunda División B, Group 1 team - Real Oviedo - their plight has captured the attention of the everyday fan, along with the rich and famous.

Matt Rumsey reports from Oviedo, Spain. 

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