Fuenlabrada begins to write its "Odyssey" this day

The azulones will compete in just over fifteen days against Leganés, Mallorca, Espanyol and Zaragoza. In addition, the azulones continue with a full infirmary.


Like Ulises in "La Odisea", Fuenlabrada starts this day a twenty-day trip with four difficult games against three of the first four (Leganés, Mallorca and Espanyol) and a Zaragoza that risks life with the threat of the very latent descent. A journey that does not come at the best time for the azulón team due to the large number of casualties; Sekou Gassama, Kanté, Ibán Salvador and Pol Valentín.

The Kirikos' 'Tourmalet' begins with a duel against Leganés de Garitano (Saturday, 20:30). The pepineros nest only three points away from direct promotion and in their fiefdom they are almost intractable with twelve victories, one draw and one defeat. In addition, the arrival of Garitano to the bench of the 'neighbors' has given another air to a club that does not see it impossible to occupy any of the first two positions. Even with everything, the azulones already tied the pepineros in the first leg match, even missing a penalty that would have given them victory.

Mallorca will be Fuenlabrada's next rival after visiting Butarque (Monday 29, 21:00). Rival in height, but also a fond memory for the Torres owners. It happens that before the current leader, the azulones signed a movie comeback with a goal from the youth squad Damián, his first goal in professional football, almost at the end of the game. Luis García's team cannot lose steam in his career to the First Division so it will not be a quiet date for Fuenlabrada.

Matchday 32 will be every week, so Fuenlabrada will only have two days off to see a whole man from Espanyol (Thursday, April 1, 5:00 p.m.). Hard test against a Fuenlabrada that brushed victory with the fingertips in the visit of the parrots to Fernando Torres.

Finally, Fuenlabrada will host Zaragoza at Fernando Torres. Like Mallorca, a 'bad dance partner' if you want to break the bad trajectory as a local. Those of JIM strive to avoid burning or, what is the same, to get as far as possible from the relegation places. In addition, they already beat Fuenlabrada in the visit to La Romareda.

It happens that Fuenlabrada performs better when it faces teams from a 'superior league' as has been seen in the first part of the season, only having known defeat against one of the four rivals named here. Therefore, although these two weeks may be the most complicated of the year, the Azulona parish should offer itself a little optimism and a little 'pride and humility'

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