2010–11 Sevilla FC season

2010–11 season
PresidentJosé María del Nido
Head coachAntonio Álvarez (until 27 September)
Gregorio Manzano (from 27 September)
La Liga5th
Copa del ReySemi-finals
Supercopa de EspañaRunners-up
UEFA Champions LeaguePlay-off round
UEFA Europa LeagueRound of 32
Top goalscorerLeague: Álvaro Negredo (20)
All: Álvaro Negredo (26)

The 2010–11 Spanish football season is Sevilla Fútbol Club's tenth consecutive season in La Liga. The team manager for the previous season, Antonio Álvarez, continued on the role[1] until the 2–0 defeat against Hércules on 26 September 2010. After the match, Gregorio Manzano was appointed manager,[2] assisted by former player Javier Navarro.[3]

Trophies balanceEdit

Category Trophy Started round First match Result Last match
Friendly Trophy 16th Trofeo de la Sal Final 23 July 2010 Winner 23 July 2010
Achille & Cesare Bortolotti Trophy Final 30 July 2010 Winner 30 July 2010
56th Ramón de Carranza Trophy Semi-finals 7 August 2010 Third Place 8 August 2010
3rd Antonio Puerta Trophy Final 24 November 2010 Runners-up 24 November 2010
Competitive Liga BBVA 28 August 2010 5th 21 May 2011
Copa del Rey Round of 32 27 October 2010 Third Place[4] 2 February 2011
Supercopa de España Final 14 August 2010 Runners-up 21 August 2010
UEFA Champions League Fourth Qualifying Round 18 August 2010 Fourth Qualifying Round[5] 24 August 2010
UEFA Europa League Group Stage 16 September 2010 Round of 32 23 February 2011

Competitive balanceEdit

Biggest win
Home Away
Liga BBVA 22 January 2011 Matchday 20 v. Levante 4–1 28 August 2010 Matchday 1 v. Levante 1–4
1 March 2011 Matchday 26 v. Sporting de Gijón 3–0
Copa del Rey 10 November 2010 Round of 32, 2nd leg v. Real Unión 6–1 27 October 2010 Round of 32, 1st leg v. Real Unión 0–4
Champions League None due to the elimination in the fourth qualifying round
Europa League 4 November 2010 GS, Matchday 4 v. Ukraine Karpaty Lviv 4–0 30 September 2010 GS, Matchday 2 v. Germany Borussia Dortmund 0–1
21 October 2010 GS, Matchday 3 v. Ukraine Karpaty Lviv
23 February 2011 Round of 32, 2nd leg v. Portugal Porto
Biggest loss
Home Away
Liga BBVA 21 November 2010 Matchday 35 v. Real Madrid 2–6 31 October 2010 Matchday 9 v. Barcelona 5–0
Copa del Rey 26 January 2011 Semifinals, 1st leg v. Real Madrid 0–1 2 February 2011 Semifinals, 2nd leg v. Real Madrid 2–0
Champions League 24 August 2010 QR 4, 2nd leg v. Portugal Braga 3–4 18 August 2010 QR 4, 1st leg v. Portugal Braga 1–0
Europa League 16 September 2010 GS, Matchday 1 v. France Paris-Saint Germain 0–1 2 December 2010 GS, Matchday 5 v. France Paris Saint-Germain 4–2
17 February 2011 Round of 32, 1st leg v. Portugal Porto 1–2

Summer transfersEdit



Loan inEdit

Loan outEdit

Loan returnEdit

Loan endEdit

Winter transfersEdit



Loan outEdit

Current squadEdit


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Andrés Palop (captain)
2 Argentina DF Federico Fazio
3 Serbia DF Ivica Dragutinović
4 Uruguay DF Martín Cáceres (On loan from Barcelona)
5 Spain DF Fernando Navarro
6 Ivory Coast MF Romaric
7 Spain MF Jesús Navas (Long-term injured)
8 Ivory Coast MF Didier Zokora
9 Argentina MF Diego Perotti
11 Brazil MF Renato
12 Mali FW Frédéric Kanouté
13 Spain GK Javi Varas
14 France DF Julien Escudé
15 Spain MF Alejandro Alfaro
No. Position Player
16 Spain MF Diego Capel
17 Spain DF Sergio Sánchez
18 Spain FW Álvaro Negredo
19 Italy MF Luca Cigarini (On loan from Napoli)
20 France DF Mouhamadou Dabo
21 Argentina MF Lautaro Acosta
22 Ivory Coast FW Arouna Koné
23 Spain DF Alexis
24 Chile MF Gary Medel (No. 41 in UEL)
25 Croatia MF Ivan Rakitić (No. 40 in UEL)
26 Spain FW Luis Alberto
29 Spain GK Dani Jiménez
31 Spain FW Rodri
Italy MF Tiberio Guarente[32] (Long-term injured)

Youth systemEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
33 Spain GK Julián Cuesta
34 Colombia DF Bernardo Espinosa
No. Position Player
Spain MF José Campaña
Spain DF Deivid

Long-term injuriesEdit

Sergio Sánchez's cardiac pathologyEdit

Out between: January–December 2010

On 1 January 2010, Sevilla's medical services detected some cardiac pathology in Sergio Sánchez's heart and they recommended to him to stop his activity with the team. On May 2010, he was surgical operated in Hamburg, Germany, and received orders of resting during six or seven months, when there will be valued (beginning of 2011) the possibility of returning to play football.[33] On 27 December 2010, doctors at Vall d'Hebrón Hospital in Barcelona had officially told Sevilla that Sánchez has passed the latest tests about his recovery because of the surgical operation, so he can play football again from 2011.[34]

Jesús Navas' left ankle (I)Edit

Out between: 16–30 September 2010 ; October 2010 – January 2011

On 16 September 2010, in the Europa League match against Paris Saint-Germain, Jesús Navas twisted his left ankle. He had to be replaced during that match because he couldn't walk as usual. His injury didn't appear serious, and he was considered recovered and fit to play in the pre-game Europa League against Borussia Dortmund at the Westfalenstadion. He had to be replaced on 76' because of a strong relapse. He was replaced by Julien Escudé. During October, it was thought that he needed surgery. He submitted it on 1 November in Vitoria-Gasteiz. He was operated by Dr. Mikel Sánchez and could return to play after Christmas, on 2 January against Osasuna.

Tiberio Guarente's injured legEdit

Out between: November 2010 – Following season

On 6 November 2010, Sevilla's medical services discovered a strange injury in Tiberio Guarente's leg that required treatment, ultimately sidelining him for six months.[35]

Jesús Navas' left ankle (II)Edit

Out between: April 2011 – Following season

In a training session prior to a match against Mallorca, Jesús Navas had discomfort in his left ankle, which had been twisted in the beginning of the session in a Europa League match against Paris Saint-Germain. He was not called to that match and medical tests were made. It was discovered that he suffered from a relapse of that injury, a stress fracture in his ankle that will keep him out of play for six weeks. It is believed he will not play more in the remainder of the season.

Nominated by their national football teamEdit

Match statsEdit

No. Pos. Player Goal Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card
1 GK Spain Andrés Palop 2 1 1
2 DF Argentina Federico Fazio 1 3
4 DF Uruguay Martín Cáceres 1 6 1 1
5 DF Spain Fernando Navarro 8 4 1 4 1 1
6 MF Ivory Coast Romaric 1 3 1 5 1 1 1
7 MF Spain Jesús Navas (LTI) 1 1 3
8 MF Ivory Coast Didier Zokora 10 3 1 1 2
9 MF Argentina Diego Perotti 3 1 5 1 2
10 FW Brazil Luís Fabiano (Out) 10 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
11 MF Brazil Renato 2 1 1
12 FW Mali Frédéric Kanouté 12 1 2 1 5 6 1 1
13 GK Spain Javi Varas 3
14 DF France Julien Escudé 2 6 2 1
15 MF Spain Alejandro Alfaro 2 3 2 1
16 MF Spain Diego Capel 1 2 1 1
17 DF Spain Sergio Sánchez 3 1 1
18 FW Spain Álvaro Negredo 20 5 1 4
19 MF Italy Luca Cigarini 1 2 2 2
20 DF France Mouhamadou Dabo 6 1 1 1
21 MF Argentina Lautaro Acosta 1 3
23 DF Spain Alexis 2 8 3 2 1 1
24 DF France Abdoulay Konko (Out) 2 3 1
MF Chile Gary Medel No. 40 7 No. 40 1 No. 40 No. 40
25 MF Italy Tiberio Guarente (LTI) 1 2
MF Croatia Ivan Rakitić 5 No. 41 1 No. 41 No. 41 No. 41
27 DF Spain Antonio Luna (Out) 1 1
30 FW Spain José Carlos (Out) 2
31 FW Spain Rodri 1 2
34 DF Colombia Bernardo 1

Match resultsEdit


Friendly matchesEdit

16th Trofeo de la SalEdit

Achille & Cesare Bortolotti TrophyEdit

56th Ramón de Carranza TrophyEdit

6 August – Cádiz
Cádiz1 (5)
8 August – Cádiz
Atlético Madrid (p)1 (6)
Atlético Madrid1 (3)
7 August – Cádiz
Espanyol (p)1 (4)
Sevilla1 (1)
Espanyol (p)1 (4)
Third place
8 August – Cádiz

3rd Antonio Puerta TrophyEdit

Supercopa de EspañaEdit


Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Sevilla 3–5 Barcelona 3–1 0–4
First legEdit
Luís Fabiano Goal 62'
Kanouté Goal 73'83'
Live TV:
Logo TVE-1.svg
Goal 21' Ibrahimović

GK 1 Spain Andrés Palop (c)
DF 24 France Abdoulay Konko
DF 14 France Julien Escudé
DF 2 Argentina Federico Fazio
DF 20 France Mouhamadou Dabo Yellow card 70'
MF 6 Ivory Coast Romaric Substituted off 45'
MF 8 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora Yellow card 58'
MF 11 Brazil Renato Substituted off 64'
FW 7 Spain Jesús Navas
FW 10 Brazil Luís Fabiano Goal 62' Substituted off 73'
FW 9 Argentina Diego Perotti
GK 13 Spain Javi Varas
DF 4 France Sébastien Squillaci
MF 19 Italy Luca Cigarini Yellow card 72' Substituted in 45'
MF 15 Spain Alejandro Alfaro
MF 16 Spain Diego Capel
FW 18 Spain Álvaro Negredo Substituted in 73'
FW 12 Mali Frédéric Kanouté Goal 73'83' Substituted in 64'
Spain Antonio Álvarez Giráldez

GK 31 Spain Rubén Miño
DF 2 Brazil Dani Alves Yellow card 90+1'
DF 18 Argentina Gabriel Milito (c) Substituted off 82'
DF 22 France Eric Abidal
DF 19 Brazil Maxwell
DF 33 Spain Sergi Gómez
MF 15 Mali Seydou Keita
MF 37 Spain Oriol Romeu
MF 34 Mexico Jonathan dos Santos Substituted off 66'
FW 9 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović Goal 21' Substituted off 53'
FW 11 Spain Bojan
GK 38 Spain Oier
DF 35 Spain Marc Muniesa
DF 21 Brazil Adriano Substituted in 82'
DF 30 Spain Thiago Substituted in 66'
MF 28 Spain Sergi Roberto
MF 20 Spain Jeffrén
FW 10 Argentina Lionel Messi Substituted in 53'
Spain Pep Guardiola

Man of the Match:
Frédéric Kanouté (Sevilla)

Assistant referees:
Asturias José Manuel Fernández Miranda
Asturias Javier Hugo Novoa Robles
Fourth official:
Asturias Pablo Fernández Pérez

Second legEdit
Konko Goal 14' (o.g.)
Messi Goal 24'44'90+1'
Live TV:
Logo TVE-1.svg
Attendance: 67,414
FC Barcelona
Sevilla FC

GK 1 Spain Víctor Valdés
DF 2 Brazil Dani Alves
DF 3 Spain Gerard Piqué Yellow card 79'
DF 22 France Eric Abidal
DF 19 Brazil Maxwell
MF 16 Spain Sergio Busquets
MF 6 Spain Xavi (c) Substituted off 88'
MF 15 Mali Seydou Keita
FW 10 Argentina Lionel Messi Goal 24'44'90+1'
FW 11 Spain Bojan Substituted off 57'
FW 17 Spain Pedro Substituted off 57'
GK 13 Spain José Manuel Pinto
DF 5 Spain Carles Puyol
DF 18 Argentina Gabriel Milito
MF 8 Spain Andrés Iniesta Substituted in 57'
MF 21 Brazil Adriano Substituted in 88'
FW 9 Sweden Zlatan Ibrahimović
FW 7 Spain David Villa Substituted in 57'
Spain Pep Guardiola

GK 1 Spain Andrés Palop (c)
DF 5 Spain Fernando Navarro
DF 14 France Julien Escudé
DF 24 France Abdoulay Konko Goal 14' (o.g.)
DF 20 France Mouhamadou Dabo
MF 6 Ivory Coast Romaric Yellow card 33' Substituted off 61'
MF 7 Spain Jesús Navas
MF 8 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora
MF 15 Spain Alejandro Alfaro Substituted off 61'
MF 16 Spain Diego Capel Substituted off 61'
FW 18 Spain Álvaro Negredo
GK 13 Spain Javi Varas
DF 2 Argentina Federico Fazio
MF 9 Argentina Diego Perotti Substituted in 61'
FW 10 Brazil Luís Fabiano Substituted in 61'
MF 11 Brazil Renato
MF 19 Italy Luca Cigarini Yellow card 89' Substituted in 61'
FW 31 Spain Rodri
Spain Antonio Álvarez Giráldez

Man of the Match:
Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

Assistant referees:
Cantabria Victoriano Díaz Casado
Cantabria Manuel Ángel Torre Cimiano
Fourth official:
Cantabria Alberto Díaz Arias

La LigaEdit

Matchday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Venue A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A
Position 2 3 2 5 7 5 7 6 8 6 5 7 8 10 11 11 10 10 10 8 8 7 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 5 6 6 5 6 6 5 5
Goal Average (useful in case of tie)[38] Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Won Won

     Win       Draw       Lost

All Home Away
Pts W D L F A Dif. Pts W D L F A Dif. Pts W D L F A Dif.
5 Sevilla FC 58 17 7 14 62 61 +1 34 10 4 5 35 27 +8 24 7 3 9 27 34 −7

     Liga BBVA Winner (also qualified for 2011–12 UEFA Champions League Group Stage)
     2011–12 UEFA Champions League Group Stage
     2011–12 UEFA Champions League 4th Qualifying Round
     2011–12 UEFA Europa League Group Stage
     2011–12 UEFA Europa League 4th Qualifying Round (From 3 February: 5th and 6th Liga BBVA qualified teams because of the 2011 Copa del Rey Final)
     2011–12 UEFA Europa League 3rd Qualifying Round (From 3 February: 7th Liga BBVA qualified team because of the 2011 Copa del Rey Final)
     Relegation to Liga Adelante

UEFA Champions LeagueEdit

Play-off roundEdit

UEFA Europa LeagueEdit

Group stageEdit

Group J
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
France Paris Saint-Germain 6 3 3 0 9 4 +5 12
Spain Sevilla 6 3 1 2 10 7 +3 10
Germany Borussia Dortmund 6 2 3 1 10 7 +3 9
Ukraine Karpaty Lviv 6 0 1 5 4 15 −11 1

Round of 32Edit

Sevilla 2–2 Porto on aggregate. Porto won on away goals.

Copa del ReyEdit

Round of 32Edit

Sevilla won 10–1 on aggregate.

Round of 16Edit

Sevilla won 8–3 on aggregate.


Sevilla won 6–3 on aggregate.


Real Madrid won 3–0 on aggregate.


Antonio Álvarez sacked during the seasonEdit

After the successful end of the 2009–10 season, during which the team could qualify for the qualifying round 4 of the UEFA Champions League thanks to a goal from Rodri in Almería in the 95th minute, and the achievement of the 2009–10 Copa del Rey, won the fifth time in club's history, Antonio Álvarez was renowned as the team coach. After an uncertain pre-season with signings that did not seem to provide a good performance, as well as a hesitant start in Champions League and disastrous at Europe League, the directive issued an ultimatum to Álvarez: His team could not lose in Alicante against Hércules. Sevilla, however, fell precipitously; Trezeguet scored twice on 26 September at the Estadio José Rico Perez. After an impromptu meeting of the directive in Seville, on the morning from 26 to 27 September, Álvarez was sacked, with Gregorio Manzano announced as his replacement for the remainder of the season.

Álvarez's matches balance:

3rd Champions for AfricaEdit

Three years ago, on 2008 Christmas, Frédéric Kanouté and his own foundation organized a special Christmas match with Unicef trying to help African kids about their education with the ticket's prices and the anonymous donations. The first edition was held in Seville at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, with a smaller support than in 2009 when the match was organized in Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu, with three-quarters of the stadium full of fans. Both matches have been broadcast in some foreign countries, like United Kingdom and Mali. This year, with more help for the Fundación Kanouté, the match will be held at the Vicente Calderón, the home of Atlético Madrid, on 29 December. Africa United coach José Mourinho starred the funniest anecdotes of the match, taking with him his sons, who threw the ball to one of the goalkeepers of his father's team at half-time, Andrés Palop. In addition, Mourinho plated the linesman in the second-half due to the many marked offsides against his team and took with him to an amateur teen who jumped into the Vicente Calderón to greet a player of the Liga BBVA XI.

Vamos Deixar-te Sem o TítuloEdit

After completing the game between Sevilla and Levante (4–1 home win), the stadium lights went out suddenly after the referees and Levante players retired from the pitch. In the video scoreboard it was shown a video with Andrés Palop's voice background encouraging Sevilla fans to go to the stadium on 26 January to watch the first leg of Copa del Rey Semifinals against Real Madrid CF. The video ended with an image of the Copa del Rey and the phrases "¿Quieres otra Copa?" [Do you want another Cup?] and "Que ningún madridista te quite el asiento" ("Try to avoid that any Real Madrid fan steals your seat") and "Vamos Deixar-te Sem o Título" (in Portuguese) ("We will leave you without the title"). The press in Madrid, akin to Real Madrid, slammed this initiative, considering it disrespectful.

They identified the "We will leave you without the title" as an offensive reference to Real Madrid's José Mourinho. Sevilla also distributed leaflets with the same image and the same phrases. Sevilla coach Gregorio Manzano said at the news conference that he had not seen them. When a reporter gave him one, he just said that "it was an original initiative".

LFP failed strikeEdit

On 11 February 2011, the Liga de Fútbol Profesional (LFP) officially announced a planned strike for La Liga matchday 30 (1, 2 and 3 April 2011) if the Spanish government did not forbid a new TV law regarding La Liga broadcasting. and if it does not give the league a sufficient part of the earnings from La Quiniela, a football pool run by the state lottery. Following Spanish law, at least one match of each La Liga matchday must be broadcast by common TV (laSexta, on the Spanish TDT). The LFP wanted to force pay TV channels and radio stations to broadcast entire matches or summaries too. On 22 March, the LFP announced that nothing had changed to that moment and the strike was official. Seven La Liga teams (Villarreal, Real Sociedad, Athletic Bilbao, Espanyol, Zaragoza, Sevilla and Málaga) had made official their decision about playing that matchday as usual, presenting an interim measure before a court of Madrid. LFP Vice-President (and Sevilla FC vice-president) stepped down, citing disagreement with the decision taken by the LFP in February, calling it coercion.

After weeks of discussions without reaching any conclusion, the judge presiding over the case, Ms. Purificación Pujol, announced on 30 March that the seven La Liga clubs, along with Real Madrid and Barcelona, which joined days after, were right. Therefore, the same morning, the LFP had to organize on the fly the schedule of matchdays 30 in La Liga and 32 in the Liga Adelante.


  1. ^ Antonio Álvarez seguirá al frente del Sevilla la próxima campaña, MARCA.com (in Spanish), 25 May 2010.
  2. ^ El Sevilla destituye a Álvarez y nombra a Manzano, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 27 September 2010.
  3. ^ Javi Navarro vuelve al Sevilla como ayudante de Antonio Álvarez, MARCA.com (in Spanish), 21 June 2010.
  4. ^ Shared with UD Almería.
  5. ^ Relegated to UEFA Europa League because of the defeat at the Qualifying Round 4 following UEFA competition rules.
  6. ^ a b c d Juan Cala signed a professional contract with Sevilla coming from the youth team, so it is more than a youth team promotion. Therefore, Sevilla might opt to loan him to Cartegena.
  7. ^ El Sevilla anuncia el fichaje del francés Dabo, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 23 May 2010.
  8. ^ El Sevilla anuncia el fichaje Tiberio Guarente, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 17 June 2010.
  9. ^ a b c Free transfer because Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla C are Sevilla youth teams.
  10. ^ a b Los canteranos Luis Alberto y Dani Jiménez firman sendos contratos profesionales con el Sevilla por 3 años, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 1 July 2010.
  11. ^ Alexis firma con el Sevilla por seis temporadas, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 24 August 2010.
  12. ^ El Sevilla amplía dos años el contrato de Cala, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 28 June 2010.
  13. ^ El Barcelona ficha a Adriano, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 16 July 2010.
  14. ^ Crespo, traspasado al Padova italiano, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 16 July 2010.
  15. ^ El lateral Casado ficha por el Rayo, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 20 July 2010.
  16. ^ Chevantón se desvincula del Sevilla para fichar por el Lecce, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 22 August 2010.
  17. ^ El Sevilla traspasa a Squillaci al Arsenal, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 22 August 2010.
  18. ^ Camacho confirma el fichaje de Lolo y destaca su polivalencia, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 22 August 2010.
  19. ^ El Espanyol confirma el fichaje de Duscher, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 30 August 2010.
  20. ^ Cigarini, a un paso del Sevilla, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 2 August 2010.
  21. ^ Sevilla will pay Napoli €350,000 for the loan. This quantity will be €425,000 if Sevilla qualifies to the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League Group Stage.
  22. ^ El Rayo ficha al italo-argentino Emiliano Armenteros procedente del Sevilla, AS.com (in Spanish), on 16 July 2010.
  23. ^ David Prieto se marcha cedido al Tenerife, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 29 July 2010.
  24. ^ El Sevilla cede a Tom de Mul al Standard de Lieja por un año con opción de compra, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 30 July 2010.
  25. ^ Cala se marcha cedido al Cartagena, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 30 August 2010.
  26. ^ Alfaro volverá al Sevilla tras dos años en Tenerife, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 27 May 2010.
  27. ^ El Sevilla no ejerce la opción de compra sobre Stankevicius, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 31 May 2010.
  28. ^ a b El Sevilla ficha de una tacada a Medel y Rakitic, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 27 January 2011.
  29. ^ Konko se marcha del Sevilla y vuelve al Genoa, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 19 January 2011.
  30. ^ El Sevilla traspasa a Luis Fabiano al Sao Paulo, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 11 March 2011.
  31. ^ Luna jugará en el Almería hasta final de temporada, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 19 January 2011.
  32. ^ Without number because of his injured leg (he can't return to play until May).
  33. ^ Sergio Sánchez abandona el hospital tras su intervención cardiaca e inicia la rehabilitación, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 27 May 2010.
  34. ^ Sergio Sánchez puede volver a jugar al fútbol, MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 27 December 2010.
  35. ^ El jefe de los servicios médicos del Sevilla admite que Guarente llegó con "una rodilla con ciertas deficiencias" (English: Sevilla FC's head doctor admits that Tiberio Guarente arrived to the club with a "deficient knee"), MARCA.com (in Spanish), on 6 November 2010.
  36. ^ Played during Liga BBVA break because the international match ArgentinaSpain on 7 September.
  37. ^ Played during Liga BBVA break because of UEFA Champions League Group Stage Matchday 5 on days 23 and 24 November 2010.
  38. ^ The team that wins this variable will be qualified ahead of another with the same points but lost on goal average. If the goal average is drawn between two or more teams and, at the end of the season these teams have the same points, the overall Liga BBVA's goal average prevails over this goal average.
  39. ^ a b UEFA don't allow sponsors' names implicit on stadia names.

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