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25 Nov 2008
If three weeks ago Lotina was reaching the mark of 300 games at Primera Divisi??n, now it was the time for Tito Ramallo, the coach of Deportivo B that accomplished 300 matches at Deportivo B during the last win over Valladolid B. Now Ramallo looks back to his seven-year reign at the club.

It was the year 2001, 28-year-old coach Rogelio â€?Tito’ Ramallo was replacing Jose Mar?­a Blanco after Depor’s second squad suffered the last relegation to Tercera Divisi??n. He was a novel trainer, but he was enjoying of the confidence from Deportivo’s officials in order to lead the future of the Galician youngsters, project that some years later has turned into a vital piece in the strategy of the club.

Now, seven years later, Fabril is a Segunda B team, a squad that was close to achieve the promotion to Segunda Divisi??n on the past season, and that is currently fighting in order to achieve the permanence. On the past Sunday, Ramallo reached the mark of 300 matches as the coach of Fabril, an incredible number for a person that’s also the coordinator of the youth teams at Deportivo.

And the game will remain as a good memory, because Fabril achieved a 2-0 victory at Valladolid B, it was also the triumph number 151 of Ramallo’s career at Depor (he also achieved 83 draws and suffered 66 defeats). Before to that encounter, Ramallo talked with Depor Sport and made a balance of his time at Depor �We had of everything, great moments and other that weren’t so great. What gives me more satisfaction is that I lived all of this at the club that I love.�

Asked about which one was his preferred game during these seven years, he responded: �When we won 0-1 on the pitch of Rayo Vallecano, then I realised that Fabril has growth.� He also mentioned which one was the worst moment of his career at Depor �When we lost 0-5 against Compostela. It was a day in which nothing worked for the team.�


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