There is no trace of the plan B that he excited about a month ago

The signings of Aleñá and Kubo made the life of the Azulona fans happy for a week. Just a month later they are substitutes and Getafe is more defensive than ever.


Aleñá and Take Kubo were a spectacular shock that cheered the existence of a very disbelieving Azulona fans with their team. In their first two appearances, Getafe won and the two winter signings shone with their own light. The style became more friendly to the eye, with more possession and less second play. Everything was praise for the two new Getafe footballers, but it was something fleeting.

After falling in San Mamés 5-1, Bordalás began to think if he was not taking too many risks and little by little Getafe was recovering its past structure so that right now the radical change of those first weeks of January is already a mere memory. The 4-4-2 has returned and on some occasions the Alicante coach has chosen to play with three centrals, like last week at Villamarín, with Djené, Cabaco and Chakla, the only winter signing that remains in the starting lineup.

Aleñá and Kubo are soul mates. From undisputed to alternates. From substituted to substitutes. In the last three days they have taken to the field in the final stretch in search of a change that has almost never come. Getafe is going through a delicate moment and the two talented players who were signed to change the appearance of the team have been the first victims. On Saturday Valencia arrives at the Coliseum. There are no injuries, they are all available. Will there be options for plan B? It seems complicated.

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