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Old 14-08-2019, 15:23   #1
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Default Spain I Segunda Division I 2019/2020

No idea how we'll go this season. Anything is possible. We've got to cut down on the draws from last year if we aspire to direct promotion. More realistic is to achieve 1.5 points per game average to reach the playoffs.
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Old 14-08-2019, 21:08   #2
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no high hope's on this season it either hit ore miss I think.
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Old 15-08-2019, 11:57   #3
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There are big differences among the 22 clubs that will compete at Segunda División, and the situation at the transfer market is one of them. From clubs that almost closed their squads to others that barely have 11 men for the first matchday.
One more year at Segunda División -now called SmartBank league- and the big differences among the clubs remain the same, and that difference is related to the financial discipline of the same clubs, something that can be noticed in their transfer policy and their current situation with the competition starting this weekend.
There are clubs living in a cloud like Real Zaragoza, side that just announced Shinji Kagawa and that suddenly dream with the promotion, or Almeria UD, club that suddenly found a new owner -Turki Al-Sheikh- promising to invest money, not only in the team but also in a new stadium.
Recently related clubs Rayo Vallecano, SD Huesca and Girona FC will have the highest salary caps in the league and their situation looks stable. Meanwhile, there are clubs that have been working without the same noise and that have prepared relatively strong squads, like the cases of Cádiz CF (10 signings so far) or Sporting Gijón (8). Deportivo can be included in this group as Carmelo del Pozo has practically closed the team.
But the other side of the picture comes with the clubs having problems with the salary cap, and it’s that there are clubs living a nightmare as the league starts this weekend and they don’t even know if they will have enough players to compete.
The most dramatic situation is lived by Málaga CF. Owner Al Thani is having a high pressure from the public as the club has a deficit of 12 million euros in the salary cap and La Liga has only allowed them to inscribe 11 players.
Similar is the situation at UD Las Palmas, ex-Depor Pepe Mel complained during the weekend that they have only inscribed 17 players for the first matchday and that they aren’t allowed to make signings, because the current wages already surpassed their limit.
And during the weekend it was revealed that Elche CF are living a similar situation. The Andalusians are dreaming with the promotion, but they haven’t been able to inscribe their six signings (Fidel, Pere Milla, Mfulu, Ramon Folch, San Román & Andoni López), because they already used the 4 million euros stipulated in their salary cap. Currently they are trying to increase the club’s capital in order to make room for the new additions.
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Old 27-08-2019, 18:55   #4
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which teams do you think will finish top 6
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Just wondering how Almeria can afford to buy a player for 4 million euros. Okay, they recevied some money from departures but it's still a huge amount for a club stucked in Segunda for many years. Maybe our sporting director should learn some financial tricks from them.
Seems they are a real candidate for promotion.
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what about Cadiz
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almeria brought arvin appiah for 8M euros
where they get the money from???
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I've read this:


the total amount spent by all clubs for transfers was 37,5M
From those 37,5M, 20,75M were spend by Almeria!




Well, with such money they probably bought a better salary cap as well
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In 2019, Almeria was bought by the Saudi Arabian former sport minister Turki Al-Alsheikh.
https://www.marca.com/en/football/sp...47c8b460f.html

not our league...
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Fabri was loaned to Mallorca, while Saul joined to Rayo.
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Almeria
all they need is promotion
pls some 1 should come n buy depor
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Quote:
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In 2019, Almeria was bought by the Saudi Arabian former sport minister Turki Al-Alsheikh.
https://www.marca.com/en/football/sp...47c8b460f.html

not our league...




Malaga which is also "not our league" is struggling to send 11 professionals in a game.

They have also got Simon Moreno from Villarreal on loan for a couple of days, after Almeria got him on loan for a coupe of days as well and now he is back in Villarreal after his Andalusian vacation.



Put Carmelo Pozo's business in perspective
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Malaga just released Okazaki. Couldnt pay his wages. Some fans paid around 70euros for his no.23 jersey. You can imagine that they are obviously not happy.

https://www.espn.com/soccer/soccer-t...-after-joining
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no money in segunda at all
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So Lugo got a draw and we ended into the relegation zone

I was wondering when was the last time this has happened, but Carlos was quick enough to post this on twitter....November 11, 1988.


So, a new experience for the 99% of us around here


Anyone among that 1% that remembers those bleak days of November 1988?
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