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25 Dec 2014
Diego Seoane is the only player without minutes on this season. Diogo Salomăo had his first minutes in Copa, while Marcos Remeseiro was the first Fabril’s player playing some minutes during this campaign.

Deportivo inscribed 25 players during the summer, and four months later 24 have already played some minutes in official matches. The only man without any opportunity after the first eighteen official meeting has been Diego Seoane.

The Galician right-back was on the bench for the Copa series against Malaga CF, but didn’t manage to play any single minute. He was initially warned by Víctor Fernández at the beginning of the season about his plans to not count with him, but the defender didn’t find the way to leave the club.

Juan Carlos Real had more luck. The playmaker was also ruled out by the coach at the beginning of the season, but managed to make two appearances in la liga playing for 64 minutes, plus making two appearances as a starter in Copa Del Rey (128 minutes).

The last player to debut on this season was Diogo Salomăo. The left winger spent nine months on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury and just had his first minutes in the second-leg in Copa facing Malaga CF.

There’s a fourth player at the first team with three or less appearances so far: centre-back Modibo Diakité. The Frenchman only played twice on the season, both as starter and facing the Madrilenian giants Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid, he also played the full 90 minutes in the first-leg in Copa against Malaga CF.

The large number of players at the first squad has limited the participation of the academy players. It has been constant to see some of them training with the first team during the week, but only Marcos Remeseiro had the chance to debut in an official game. The playmaker/attacker played for 25 minutes during the first-leg in Copa.



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