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La Liga Preview: Would Valencia Give Up a Lim to Be Like Atletico Madrid?

It was the Diego Simeone mantra as we've known it, but with a twist. "The only thing that matters to me," started the man who essentially owns partido a partido, "is Valencia, and then Valencia and after that, Valencia." When the Atletico Madrid boss uttered those words, Los Che weren't a threat to his side; they were simply their next opponents as Atleti reached a final gauntlet.
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