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Valencia adds new partners, holds out for shirt deal

Spanish LaLiga club Valencia completed its line-up of premium partners for the 2015-16 season this month, adding online betting company Codere Apuestas, but remains without a main shirt sponsor after holding out for what it considers to be market value.

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