El Sanse puts the Lugo project to the test this afternoon

Football returns to Anxo Carro today. The albivermellos make their debut at Anxo Carro after drawing in Oviedo. The txuri-urdin arrive eager and eager after beating Leganés.

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Football returns to an Anxo Carro that at the end of last season had already recovered fans. This time it will be up to 2,400 albivermellos subscribers who will be able to occupy a town and cheer on their own, who arrive after a creditable draw against Oviedo on the first day, with a comeback and a goal from the prodigal son Joselu included. In what will be the tenth consecutive season in Segunda del Lugo, the objective cannot be other than to achieve permanence without the hardships of recent years. In front will be the Real Sociedad B of Xabi Alonso, the Sanse of all life, who already made it clear on the first day that they are not in the category because they are beating an aspiring to everything like Leganés. With the coach they have, the doubt offends (follow the game live on As.com) .

Albés will have to decide on so many things that venturing an eleven is very complicated. Not even the drawing is clear, although the improvement that the team showed in the second half of Oviedo after the changes gives clues. Signé aims to start in the midfield, as well as Chris Ramos and Gerard Valentín at the ends. It is more difficult to know if Manu Barreiro and Joselu will share attack, or if Pita will enter the defensive axis, an option more than likely in case the Vigo coach bets on three centrals. Be that as it may, the game will be the first touchstone for Lugo's new project in front of his fans.

For its part, Real Sociedad B arrives with wind in the sails and overflowing morale after the victory and the image given on the first day against Leganés. Xabi Alonso has assembled a dangerous and optimistic team that wants to deny the clichés that the subsidiaries carry. With Karrikaburu at the top turned into the man of the moment in Donostia, Xabi Alonso considers giving continuity to the eleven of the first day without Luca Sangalli and Roberto López, his most experienced players. Good looking.



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