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Loyalty is a rare quality in football these days, what with astronomical salaries, so we take a look at the longest serving La Liga players who have stayed at one club. 5. Markel Susaeta (11 years, 7 months) Susaeta joined Athletic Bilbao's youth academy in 1997 and hasn't looked back since. After spending a season with the B team, he broke into the first team in 2007. He has been somewhat of a permanent player, having played in more than 490 competitive games, scoring more than 50 goals. 4. Marcelo (12 years, 1 month) Marcelo joined Real Madrid in the January transfer window of 2007, having graduated from Fluminese's academy and has been a regular starter since his breakthrough season in 2010/11. 3. Bruno Soriano (12 years, 8 months) Bruno has dedicated his whole footballing life to one club, much like Susaeta. He came through Villarreal's youth system and made his competitive debut for them in July 2006. The defensive midfielder is known for his pinpoint interceptions and has therefore been a constant presence in the starting XI for over a decade. 2. Sergio Ramos (13 years, 7 months) Sergio Ramos' transfer from Sevilla to Real Madrid in 2005 for €27 million was a then record deal for a Spanish defender. He was chosen, undisputedly, as captain of the side after Iker Casillas' departure. In 2013, he became Spain's youngest ever player to reach 100 caps. Ramos is widely regarded as one of the world's best defenders but has also received recognition for his passing and goal scoring skills, netting 59 times for Los Blancos. 1. Lionel Messi (13 years, 10 months) How to describe Lionel Messi? Barcelona's little magician came through the club's La Masia academy where he was tipped to go on to great things... and that he did! The 31-year-old boasts several records and his list of achievements is almost endless. To name a few, he has scored the most goals in La Liga (404), most goals in a La Liga season (50), most goals in a calendar year (91) and most goals in El Clasico (26). To try and quantify his excellence, he has scored over 670 senior career goals for club and country. An absolutely staggering figure. #messi #culesnation

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UNPOPULAR OPINION 👀 I feel bad about Malcom, he legit hasn't gotten any minute since his great game against Real Madrid, should have started against Bilbao instead of Coutinho and could have gotten playing time yesterday as well. Seeing our attackers' form, feel like Ernie is neglecting him a bit #culesnation #malcom

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“You can’t connect the dots looking forward, you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in yur future (…). Because believeing that the dots will connect dow the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart, even when it leads you off the well worn path, and that will make all the difference.” - Steve Jobs’ 2005 Stanford Commencement Address #culesnation #culesmotive

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After agreeing a new one-year contract extension, the manager says he feels the club have put their faith in him Ernesto Valverde feels his contract extension with Barcelona is proof the club are willing to give him additional responsibility and is relishing the opportunity to continue on in his role. Valverde won a La Liga and Copa del Rey double in his first season in charge at Camp Nou after joining from Athletic Bilbao. But, with his initial two-year deal due to expire at the end of the season, it had been unclear whether or not Valverde would be staying for the 2019-2020 campaign. There have also been reports Valverde and the Barca board do not see eye to eye on transfers, with claims Malcom was bought from Bordeaux despite the coach's lack of interest in the winger. However, news on Friday that Valverde has put pen to paper on a one-year extension has ended the speculation he may walk away from the club. And the 55-year-old is thrilled to be spending at least one further year at the helm. "I have a feeling that I'm living through a unique experience," said Valverde. "I'm grateful that the club values what I am doing. "So, I thought about the possibility of continuing and really I am happy, delighted with the situation. "We have a lot of challenges ahead of us. A lot of games to win, a lot of trophies to win as well. "And the fact that the club is thinking about me to continue with the project makes me feel good and gives me more responsibility." Barça under Ernesto Valverde: 96 games 65 wins 22 draws 9 defeats 233 goals for 78 goals against 1 Liga 1 Copa del Rey 1 Spanish Super Cup #ForçaBarça #culesnation

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Can he break the deadlock.. After all he has already scored against every team.. Just leaving one. Let's see if he can put the ball in the net on Sunday.. El pistolero has something to show #suarez #barca

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Forget all the crowd, the stands, the teams, the atmosphere, just Messi and the world Cup trophy. Its not the end the football world wants... Each and everyone (even a real madrid fan) wants Messi to win it before Retiring from international football... He lifting up the moment will not be a just be a man lifting a trophy... It will be moment that would define all the failures, all the struggle, all the freakin fights that he fought with his team... Its will prove that success can be achieved by keep trying.. It will prove that failure is the stepping stone to success... If you are reading this till now... Mad respect for you 🙌. Thank you 💯 #messi #WorldCup #culesnation

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“It doesn’t matter how far you might raise, at some point you’re about to stumble because if you’re constantly doing what we do – raising the bar, f you’re constantly pushing yourself higher, higher, the law of averages, not to mention the myth of Icarus, predicts that you will at some point fall. And when you do, I want you to know this, remember this, there is no such thing as failure. Failure is just life trying to move us in another direction.” - Oprah Winfrey Harvard Commencement speech #culesmotive #culesnation

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🔥 Umtiti squeezes: he wants to enter the squad list for Lyon on Sunday even if he does not have the clearance 👉 The French center-back, who this morning has been in the Ciudad Deportiva, has the challenge of being called upon two and a half months after the last time #umtiti #culesnation

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De Jong more Iniesta than Busquets' The Dutch midfielder, who will move to Camp Nou in July, has been tipped to follow in illustrious footsteps by one of Johan Cruyff's former assistants

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Ter Stegen Airlines Believe me its not a bird, its not a plane, its superstegen... Pulling out saves just like that... We are blessed to have two world class keepers in our team... He seems to have wings... He flies like jet 🔥💯 #terstegen

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Barcelona will distribute 80,000 Barça banners to spice up the Wednesday Copa Clasico. Will any of you be lucky enough to see the match live? #elclasico #barca

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👀 👀 The weirdest story you will hear today Arda Turan faces up to 12 years in prison for allegedly firing a gun in a hospital Bizarre #culesnews #culesnation #ardaturan