Oltra puts Castellón's permanence to the test

The Valencian coach, who was on the scene to replace Óscar Cano, faces his second match on the Fuenlabrada bench.


José Luis Oltra, coach who was in the arena to replace Óscar Cano, will test the objective of the permanence of Castellón de Juan Carlos Garrido as Fuenlabrada coach in Castalia (follow the match live on As.com). Oltra, with an Albinegro past, was close to promoting the Castellón team to professional football, he debuted with a draw that he knew little by little against Almería and little by little he is recovering troops for the cause.

Meanwhile, Garrido is focused on getting his team out of the rankings well. The victory of Alcorcón against Logroñés leaves the Orelut team as bottom runner in the Second Division and the good feelings of the Valencian's debut against Sporting have not continued either in Almería or against Mirandés.

The good news is that Rafa Gálvez, absent the last game due to suspension, returns to the team to lead the defense. After an unfortunate debut in the eleven of Javi Moyano, everything indicates that Iago Indias will return to the side to leave his place in the center of the rear to the Cordovan. While Marc Mateu has also left behind the annoyances that prevented him from finishing in the match against José Alberto's. Bodiger, after his interesting minutes in his debut, aims to start with Carles Salvador in the midfield.

Fuenlabrada, for its part, travels to Castellón with a backpack full of lime and sand. The infirmary empties as Juanma, Aldair and Pol Valentín are back with the group, although Oltra warned that they will be entering little by little. However, Ibán Salvador, whose replacement in the eleven will be Mula, occupies one of those fatal vacancies and Sekou's injury will still not have an end.

Those who will be able to be on the pitch arrive motivated after their good image in the draw, which he knew little by little, against Almería. Fuenlabrada showed another image and knew how to recover that rocky team band with spicy up. Randy Nteka is perhaps the main culprit of that return to the origins, since the Parisian curdled a sensational game against the Indáicos and points to the axis on which the game of the azulones will revolve.

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