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Old 12-03-2018, 01:54   #1
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Default LIGA | March-17 -2018 | matchday 29 | 18h30 | Depor - Las Palmas | Pre-match thread

Well, if we don't win this one we can start saying goodbye to Primera
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Very important (maybe the most) game in the race of the permanence. A win for both side could be a definite step to avoid the demotion, while a draw is only good for Levante.
Any news about the casualties? We urgently need back Cartabia, Luisinho and Valverde.
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no need to say it, a must must win.
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Any possibility of sacking Seedorf after this match?
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If we lose this, our Primera dreams are over and Tino can start planning for next season in Segunda.

If we win, that only keeps us in the race, closing that 5 point gap between us and Levante is going to be very difficult indeed.
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Any possibility of sacking Seedorf after this match?

Everything would be useless after this game...
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Our must win games at the end are always never won games.
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we will lose this am sure of .....we have seedorf + soulless players

I wish for the first time that all of our fan unite and put some lesson to those players that we do care if we lose ...we feel angry
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It will be a super open game where both teams will go out for a win. It will be fun to watch with lots of goals. You heard it; lots of goals. I am just not sure if the goals will be for us or not.
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It will be a super open game where both teams will go out for a win. It will be fun to watch with lots of goals. You heard it; lots of goals. I am just not sure if the goals will be for us or not.

It's going to be the opposite with lot of anxiety, nervousness, imprecision. I guess both side'll play a safety game without any unnecessary risks.
However an early goal could set the ball rolling but I think the chance for that is really small.
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13/Mar/2018: 20h15: Deportivo: Tino Fernández visited today the first team togehter with A Coruña major, Xulio Ferreiro. He told reporters that the club is now thinking in firing Seedorf. He is also open to continue at the club in case of relegation.
I wish! But I'm afraid it's a typo, he said the club is not thinking in firing Seedorf, even if we lose against Las Palmas.


About the visit, it was the major who had this idea and offered himself to do the visit. Xulio Ferreiro is a nice guy, a great deportivista and socio who even being the major he never goes to the presidential box and still watching the games in Marathon Inferior (RB stand), where I've seen him many times. He did a nice speech trying to motivate our players, saying how important the club is for the city and the people, and that they always support, even in Segunda.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMBXDYLpUfM

Nice try, but I'm afraid that messages and instructions to these players go in one ear and out the other.

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I wish! it's a typo, he said the club is not thinking in firing Seedorf, even if we lose against Las Palmas.

when I saw the news i knew that something is wrong in the statement, there is no way that Tino would make such declarations now.
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he said the club is not thinking in firing Seedorf, even if we lose against Las Palmas.
I'm sorry for the mistake, that part is not correct: when asked if Seedorf would continue if we don't win vs Las Palmas, Tino didn't want to answer directly and avoided the question saying he can only think in winning Las Palmas.

It was the same journalist that had asked Tino if Parralo would continue after Real Sociedad no matter the result, and Tino had said that Parralo would continue whatever happened at Anoeta, only to fire him after the match. This time he remembered and preferred not to answer the question.

So if we don't win this Saturday, maybe Tino could fire Seedorf, who knows
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For some reason I'm strangely confident about this game and think we will get a win. I'm gonna miss the game due to work, so we will win 3-0.
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It's going to be the opposite with lot of anxiety, nervousness, imprecision. I guess both side'll play a safety game without any unnecessary risks.
However an early goal could set the ball rolling but I think the chance for that is really small.

Not a chance! Both Las Palmas and Depor know they are 4 and 5 points away from Levante respectively, so anything other than 3 points is a death sentence almost. Also, keep in mind that the last 4 games (copa and liga) against them, over 10 goals were scored, with a bunch of chances missed from both sides.

Be ready for a festival of goals.
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