A start to the League of vertigo for Ibiza

Zaragoza, Malaga, Leganés, Las Palmas and Oviedo are very important rivals with whom the celestial will face in the first six days.


The Unión Deportiva Ibiza will debut this Friday in LaLiga SmartBank visiting the Zaragoza field (10pm), but this will only be the starting point of a vertigo start to the League for the Ibizan team. Because in the first six days of the Second Division, the islanders will have to face each other with real heavyweights of the category, all with a past in the First Division.

The premiere at La Romareda, before a Zaragoza that looks towards the highest Spanish category, will begin to measure the performance of the team trained by Juan Carlos Carcedo, who will start with the objective of achieving permanence. Then, the competition will already put where it touches the celestial, who after starting away from home will have, in the following week, another hard bone to gnaw at the premiere at home. Neither more nor less than Malaga will visit them in the renovated municipal stadium of Can Misses, on August 22. Another adversary considered one of the 'coconuts' of the championship, with a great football history and who yearns to regain the splendor of bygone times.After the confrontation against the Andalusian bloc, the Pitiusans will visit Butarque to face Leganés, a team that last year played the promotion phase to the Santander League and that this campaign will try to make the jump to First again. With this duel, those from Carcedo will close a demanding August.

Meanwhile, September will begin with some truce for Ibiza, who will receive at home another recently promoted to the category, Amorebieta. However, the curves will return with the next two clashes, against UD Las Palmas (in Gran Canaria) and against Real Oviedo at home.

It remains to be seen how the celestial ones adapt to the new and demanding category, in which they intend to stay to continue consolidating the project that Amadeo Salvo started in 2015 with the club starting to play in the Regional de las Pitiusas.

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