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Fuzzy orange wig celebrations as Valencia prove their title credentials

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La Liga week three was the week where the top two met, a ghost goal and goal-line technology debates, a big fuzzy orange wig, big comebacks, found form, and bizarre late drama. Before the start of the season nobody imagined that Valencia would be involved in a top-of-the-table clash, let alone remain unbeaten after it. There were emotional scenes at Los Che’s Mestalla stadium this weekend following the passing of their legendary former president Jaume Ortí. Under Ortí’s tenure, Valencia won two La Liga titles, a UEFA Cup, and a European Super Cup, led by manager Rafael Benítez. An already emotional game against Barcelona was given another level of intrigue with this terrible news, as Ortí is

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