Sergio's first time downhill for three consecutive days

The Blanquivioletas, with three points, are penultimate and were not among the last three since the 2018-19 campaign when they were five non-consecutive days.


The relegation zone always burns, but now it is far from final. Despite being the start of the season, only six games have been played, the fact that Real Valladolid has been in the positions that require relegation for three consecutive games is not a dish of good taste. In fact, it is the first time since Sergio González assumed the Pucelano bench that the team has remained in relegation positions for three consecutive days with three points out of 18 possible. The two defeats against Real Madrid and Eibar and the draw against Huesca keep the Blanquivioletas in an area that they did not step on throughout the 2019-20 season.

In order to see the Blanquivioleta team among the last three in the Primera classification, it was necessary to go back to the 2018-19 campaign, when the Blanquivioletas were in the relegation zone for five days, never more than two in a row. And it is that in the first season after the promotion, the team remained on days 4 and 5 in position 19, but then came out and did not get into trouble again until the end. On days 32, 33 and 35, on April 27, 2019, the pucelanos were in eighteenth position. Only the victories against Athletic and Rayo closed salvation on matchday 37.

Now, with the penultimate team, the Blanquivioletas will have to host Alavés, then visit Villarreal, play in Zorrilla against Athletic, pay a visit to Granada to close the month of November at home against Levante. Five games in which Sergio González's team must score points and wins to get out of the danger zone.

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