Victories always bring good news in football… at least under normal conditions. And that is the state in which the Malaga CF He wants to stay and live after turbulent days regarding non-sports issues. 9 out of 12 points is a figure that anyone would have signed before starting the season and that is the figure that Martiricos’ team will pursue this Saturday, starting at 9:30 p.m., in front of the Recreativo Granada in La Rosaleda.
Everything indicates that the path is beginning to take the right direction. After the first setback against Castellón – more because of the poor image of the game than because of the result of the defeat (2-1) in Castalia -, The symptoms that this team begins to offer are very different.. Nobody expects a 5-0 every weekend because this is Primera RFEF and if there is one thing it is characterized by, it is for its very short victories, but the truth is that everything that fell towards the rival side begins to take on blue and white overtones.
La Rosaleda, impassable
What is certain is that Every aspiration involves turning La Rosaleda into an insurmountable wall. Not only does it have to be a fearsome stadium with almost 20,000 people – there will be none like that in the group -, it must be more than ever the home of Málaga CF. Everything will happen by losing the minimum amount of points. Get 57 of 57 points at home? Hopefully. For now, the first step was already taken with the victory against Atleti B and the second must come this Saturday. More than ever, game by game.
They deserve it well 17,000 members that the club has registered in mid-September… in the third category of Spanish football. That must be the main strength. These two victories have left indelible images with Nélson Monte’s celebration and the team’s greeting to the fans after beating Atlético Baleares. Victories will attract people and no rival would want to risk it against more than 20,000 fans at La Rosaleda.
An eleven with many variants
The good news is that Pellicer has many possibilities to present a lineup of guarantees to your fans. He is not usually a coach of great inventions, but some specific annoyances have forced him to make a series of changes… which he must undo with the return of the injured? The main names to highlight are Einar Galilea and Juanpe. By gallons they should reappear in the eleven, but, Do Juande and Dani Lorenzo deserve to leave the lineup now?
There are other footballers that the coach will also reflect on. The first is Kevin. The winger has not yet finished taking that step that is expected of a player of his individual quality. While the second is Manu Molina. After signing him at the last minute of the market, he has already trained with his new teammates for several weeks and the time could come this Saturday to debut.
A very tough subsidiary
In front will be the Recreational Granada by the Malaga residents Eugenio Gutiérrez, Mario González and Nils Mortimer. A very dangerous subsidiary – just ask Real Murcia – that, as its coach commented, is still seeking to lose its fear of the category against teams of the caliber of Málaga CF.
Definitely, a key match to put the 9 points in the box, sign the third consecutive victory and remain close to the leaders. La Rosaleda is key in this entire process and the first steps must come from home to grow in Primera RFEF with exciting objectives.