Tomeu Nadal: "Santana acknowledged that his bad refereeing against us cost him promotion"

The goalkeeper and captain of Albacete relies on the good dynamics of his team to get out of relegation.


Albacete begins to see the light after adding 10 points from the last 12 that have been at stake. The La Mancha team has achieved two consecutive victories against Zaragoza and Alcorcón, two direct rivals to avoid relegation and the white team is confident of extending its good run of results against Oviedo this Saturday at the Carlos Tartiere stadium.

This morning the goalkeeper and captain of the La Mancha club has pointed out that "the team knows that permanence happens to be a team together, all united and competing to the maximum, now the host can be great, we have to keep our feet on the ground because we continue in a very difficult situation ".

The Balearic goalkeeper has also wanted to comment on the controversy in recent days, in which Albacete has enjoyed two penalties in favor, highlighting that "it seems that these two games have been seen by all of Spain, the referees make decisions, with or without help help from the VAR, there is not much more to say, everyone tries to sweep for their home, in the year of the playoff they hurt us a lot, in fact the other day talking with Pulido Santana who was the referee who directed us the playoff game in Mallorca told me that he had not been promoted for that match, so the referees also risk their future and have no interests on either side ".

For this Saturday's game in Oviedo, Alejandro Menéndez recovers Arroyo after serving his sanction match in Alcorcón and striker Alfredo Ortuño will continue to be out, who remains in quarantine after testing positive for coronavirus days ago.

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