Sunday, 29 May 2005

  • 20:00 Villarreal 4-1 Levante

  • 20:00 Sevilla 0-2 Malaga

  • 20:00 Numancia 1-1 Deportivo

  • 20:00 A Madrid 2-2 Getafe

  • 20:00 Valencia 1-0 Osasuna

  • 20:00 Mallorca 1-1 Real Betis

  • 20:00 Espanyol 2-0 Ath Bilbao

  • 18:00 R Santandr 1-0 Albacete

Saturday, 28 May 2005

  • 20:00 Zaragoza 1-3 R Madrid

  • 18:00 Sociedad 0-0 Barcelona

Sunday, 22 May 2005

  • 20:00 Malaga 2-0 R Santandr

  • 18:00 Osasuna 1-1 Espanyol

  • 18:00 Getafe 0-0 Sevilla

  • 18:00 Ath Bilbao 0-2 Numancia

  • 20:00 Barcelona 3-3 Villarreal

  • 18:00 Levante 0-0 Valencia

  • 18:00 Deportivo 0-3 Mallorca

  • 18:00 Albacete 2-2 Sociedad

Saturday, 21 May 2005

  • 21:00 R Madrid 0-0 A Madrid

  • 19:00 Real Betis 3-2 Zaragoza

Sunday, 15 May 2005

  • 20:00 Espanyol 2-2 Valencia

  • 16:00 Villarreal 1-0 Albacete

  • 16:00 Sociedad 1-3 Malaga

  • 16:00 R Santandr 2-1 Getafe

  • 18:00 A Madrid 1-2 Real Betis

  • 16:00 Zaragoza 2-2 Deportivo

  • 16:00 Mallorca 4-3 Ath Bilbao

  • 16:00 Numancia 2-2 Osasuna

Saturday, 14 May 2005

  • 21:00 Levante 1-1 Barcelona

  • 19:00 Sevilla 2-2 R Madrid

Sunday, 08 May 2005

  • 20:00 Deportivo 2-0 A Madrid

  • 16:00 Malaga 0-2 Villarreal

  • 16:00 Espanyol 3-0 Numancia

  • 18:00 Valencia 0-2 Barcelona

  • 16:00 Getafe 2-0 Sociedad

  • 16:00 Albacete 3-1 Levante

Saturday, 07 May 2005

  • 21:00 Real Betis 1-0 Sevilla

  • 17:00 Osasuna 1-1 Mallorca

  • 19:00 R Madrid 5-0 R Santandr

  • 17:00 Ath Bilbao 2-0 Zaragoza

Sunday, 01 May 2005

  • 20:00 Sevilla 2-0 Deportivo

  • 16:00 Villarreal 4-0 Getafe

  • 16:00 Mallorca 3-2 Espanyol

  • 16:00 Levante 0-1 Malaga

  • 18:00 Barcelona 2-0 Albacete

  • 16:00 Zaragoza 5-1 Osasuna

  • 16:00 R Santandr 1-1 Real Betis

Saturday, 30 April 2005

  • 21:00 Sociedad 0-2 R Madrid

  • 19:00 A Madrid 1-1 Ath Bilbao

  • 19:00 Numancia 1-1 Valencia

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FA chairman Greg Dyke says Sepp Blatter "has to go".

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke insists that "Sepp Blatter has to go as FIFA president".

Jack Warner has been arrested and bailed in Trinidad

Jack Warner has been arrested and will be released on bail in Trinidad and Tobago as part of the FIFA investigation.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter welcomes US investigations

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has issued a statement welcoming investigations by US and Swiss authorities

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