Spain : Primera Liga injured & suspended list (with statistics)

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23.4Marcos TebarM250-127.4 s
18.4Marco TorsiglieriD231-027.4 ?

Athletic Bilbao

3.4Borja EkizaD10-0
25.3Carlos GurpeguiD272-0
7.3Kike SolaF51-0
21.2Ibai GomezF188-2


23.4Carles PuyolD51-0
18.4Jordi AlbaD150-2
3.4Gerard PiqueD252-0
28.3Victor ValdesG260-0
28.2Isaac CuencaF00-0
25.10Jonathan Dos santosM30-0


18.4Antonio AmayaD241-126.4 ?
18.4CedrickM210-126.4 ?
18.4Guillermo SaraG150-026.4 ?
3.4Salva SevillaM183-3
28.3Perez NachoD160-0
21.3Didac VilaD120-1
21.3Jose Antonio CaroD40-0
13.12Xavi TorresM100-0


18.4Augusto FernandezM302-4


23.4Cristian SapunaruD81-025.4 s
28.3Manu del MoralF00-0
7.3Edu AlbacarD173-1
28.1Alvaro GimenezF20-0


18.4Abraham GonzalezM190-1
3.4Hector MorenoD281-2


23.4AlexisD260-026.4 s
16.4LafitaM265-126.4 s
28.3Jaime GavilanM170-1
7.3Miguel Angel MoyaG260-0


18.4Roberto FernandezG310-0


23.4JuanfranD320-125.4 s
23.4David BarralF296-025.4 s
10.4Andreas IvanschitzM272-5


16.4Carlos KameniG00-026.4 ?
4.4Sergio SanchezD270-1
21.3Fernando TissoneM261-1


23.4DamiaD300-126.4 s
23.4Francisco SilvaM300-126.4 s
23.4Roberto TorresM305-326.4 s


10.4Jonathan VieraM265-7
3.4Jose CarlosM30-0
15.1Alberto PereaF71-0

Real Madrid

4.4Cristiano RonaldoF2728-826.4 ?+
8.3Alvaro ArbeloaD160-0
22.11Sami KhediraM111-1

Real Sociedad

23.4Ruben PardoM323-826.4 s
28.3Xabi PrietoM282-3


18.4Alberto MorenoD263-027.4 ?
21.3Sebastian CristoforoM120-1
20.2Denis CheryshevF40-0


18.4Ricardo CostaD173-0
4.4Philippe SenderosD60-0
25.3Diego AlvesG240-0
25.3Victor RuizD111-0


18.4Victor PerezM141-0


16.4Moises GomezM162-3
3.4Ikechukwu UcheF2612-1
28.2Jose DoradoD190-1
7.2Pablo IniguezD30-0

The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:

  • date when the player was placed on the list
  • player name
  • player position
  • number of games played
  • number of goals - number of assists
  • status for the day
    • ?+ : likely to play
    • ? : status uncertain
    • ?- : unlikely to play
    • - : will not play
    • s : suspended
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news: injuries

Barcelona 20.4.14
Puyol ruled out

Barcelona's injury woes continue to mount as Carles Puyol has been ruled out of the match against Athletic Bilbao on Sunday. The club says Puyol, who had just been cleared to play before the Copa del Rey final earlier this week, will be unavailable after his troublesome right knee acted up again during training. Barcelona was already without defenders Gerard Pique and Jordi Alba, striker Neymar and goalkeeper Victor Valdes. Defender Marc Bartra has been included on its squad after being considered doubtful.

Barcelona 17.4.14
Neymar out for a month

Barcelona forward Neymar will be out for four weeks after picking up a foot injury in the Copa del Rey final. A statement on Barcelona's website said: "The player suffered a concussion that caused an edema in the fourth metatarsal in his left foot that will require specific treatment. Recovery time is approximately four weeks."

The club also announced that Jordi Alba has a right hamstring injury and could be out three to four weeks. Centre-back Marc Bartra has also been battling a right hamstring injury and did not train on Thursday. His participation in Sunday's match vs. Athletic Bilbao is uncertain.

Barcelona 17.4.14
Alba suffers hamstring injury

Barcelona left-back Jordi Alba re-injured his hamstring in their Copa del Rey final loss to Real Madrid. The 25-year-old was substituted at half-time of their 2-1 loss at the Estadio de Mestalla on Wednesday, and the club confirmed his right hamstring was the problem area. "Initial tests confirm that the player sustained an injury to his biceps femoris in his right leg. He will undergo additional tests this Thursday," a statement on the club's website read. "This isn't the first injury the player has picked up this season."

Atletico M 16.4.14
Costa could join Chelsea, admits Simeone

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has suggested that Diego Costa has an offer from Chelsea and said he would not stand in his way should he want to move to Stamford Bridge. Local media recently claimed that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho had approved a 60m deal for the Spain striker this summer. Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid have been boosted by the news that Costa is expected to be fit for the UEFA Champions League semi-final first-leg against Chelsea next week. Atletico said Costa was not seriously injured after colliding with the post during Sunday's La Liga match against Getafe.

Real Mad. 15.4.14
Ancelotti confirms Ronaldo absence

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo will miss Wednesday's Copa del Rey final against Barcelona in Valencia due to his current knee and thigh issues. Ronaldo has not played since the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Borussia Dortmund on April 2.

Sergio Ramos missed Saturday's win over Almeria with a shoulder muscle issue, but has returned to full training with his teammates and is now expected to start alongside Pepe at centre-back.

Atletico M 14.4.14
Atletico play down Diego Costa injury

Diego Costa was stretchered off with a bloody leg after scoring Atletico Madrid's second goal in a 2-0 win at Getafe on Sunday, although the team said their star striker was not seriously injured. Costa slammed into the post while poking in his 26th goal of the season in the 84th minute, opening a cut on his left shin and was carried slowly from the pitch in obvious pain with his hands covering his face. Atletico coach Diego Simeone also played down fears of an extended absence, saying he had seen Costa in the dressing room and there was no need to be too worried.

Atletico M 12.4.14
Diego Costa in Atletico squad

Striker Diego Costa has returned to Atletico Madrid's squad for Sunday's game at Getafe after recovering from a right thigh injury. Atletico won the two games its leading scorer missed, beating Villarreal in the league and eliminating Barcelona from the Champions League. Coach Diego Simeone says Diego Costa has trained well but didn't guarantee he would play at Alfonso Perez Stadium.

Real Mad. 10.4.14
Ronaldo likely to miss Copa del Rey final

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to miss Wednesday's Copa del Rey final against Barcelona due to a leg injury. Medical scans Thursday revealed a muscle injury in his left leg, in addition to a left knee injury he had been nursing. Madrid didn't say how long Ronaldo would be sidelined. Real, third in La Liga behind city rivals Atletico Madrid and Barcelona, host Almeria on Saturday.

Real Mad. 6.4.14
Jese has 2nd knee operation

Real Madrid forward Jese Rodriguez has undergone more surgery on his injured right knee. The Spanish giant says Jese had arthroscopic surgery on his injured ligament in Germany, at the same clinic where he was operated on last month. Jese hurt his leg in Madrid's win over Schalke 04 in the Champions League on March 18, cutting short his breakout season.

Real Mad. 5.4.14
Jese suffers recovery setback

Real Madrid forward Jese has suffered a setback in his recovery from a season-ending knee injury and will return to Germany for further examinations. The 21-year-old tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in Champions League match with Schalke on March 18 and subsequently underwent an operation at the Augsburg clinic. However, in a statement on Friday Madrid revealed Jese had been suffering from a fever and inflammation of the affected knee.

Real Mad. 4.4.14
Ancelotti to rest Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo will miss Real Madrid's match at Real Sociedad on Saturday. The 29-year-old left the game against Borussia Dortmund with a slight problem on his knee. "We will rest Cristiano because he is a bit tired," said coach Carlo Ancelotti. "We want to avoid taking any risks, we have a lot of important games coming up."

Winger Angel Di Maria was recovering well from the illness that kept him out of the Dortmund game and should be on the bench on Saturday.

Atletico M 2.4.14
Diego Costa suffers hamstring injury

Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa picked up a hamstring injury in Tuesday's 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw at Barcelona. The 25-year-old was a major doubt going into the match with an unspecified problem but Atletico coach Diego Simeone named the star forward in his starting XI. Costa, Atletico's top scorer with 25 league goals and seven in the UEFA Champions League, was withdrawn at the end of the 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao on Saturday, holding his groin, and did not train on Sunday.

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