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06 May 2015
Horrible month for Deportivo; the team played six games and only added three points, enough reasons to end in relegation. Fabricio was the only man that shone and was named the best player in four of those six meetings.

Things are getting complicated for Deportivo due to its poor performance within the last months. The team is dragging a mark of thirteen straight matchdays without winning and is now in relegation with only three games left.

April was one of the worst months on the season, with the team only picking three points in six games and especially leaving a pale impression, to the point that the peña members gave two zeros to the collective performance during the month (Getafe CF and Elche CF), something that happens for the first time.

There was an oasis in the middle of mediocrity, and it was Fabricio Agosto. The goalkeeper was the most regular player in the month avoiding worse results of the ones had thanks to his saves. As example the game against Córdoba CF that cost the exit of former coach Víctor Fernández.

The Canarian made six saves in that game, including two in the final minutes before the Galician team was able to tie the game and get a point. The difference with the other players was so overwhelming that the keeper ended named as the best player in four of the six games, something that happens for the first time. He picked 32 points in the period, 24 more than the second place, Manuel Pablo.

It’s the third time on the season that Fabricio is named as the best player in one month (before it was November 2014 and March 2015). Another proof of the consistency of the keeper is that he has been named as the best player in 6 of the last 9 presentations of Depor.

Summary of the month:

Rival Best player Collective note
Getafe Toché 0
Córdoba Fabricio 1
Real Sociedad Manuel Pablo 2
Atlético Fabricio 1
Málaga Fabricio 2
Elche Fabricio 0

Overall: Thanks to his performance in April, Fabricio jumped to the first place in the race for player of the season award. The keeper is now the main candidate to win the award having an 18-point lead over second place Sidnei Rechel. Iván Cavaleiro and Luisinho are the next on the list, but are far from the first place.

Overall Table
1st Fabricio 100pts
2nd Sidnei 82pts
3rd Cavaleiro 69pts
4th Luisinho 45pts
5th Cuenca 37pts
6th Alex 34pts
7th Juanfran 32pts
8th Wilk 30pts
9th José Rodríguez 25pts
10th Laure 24pts
11th Lucas Pérez 23pts
12th Oriol Riera 20pts
13th Celso Borges 18pts
=13th Lopo 18pts
15th Medunjanin 17pts
=15th Toché 17pts
17th Lux 12pts
18th Manuel Pablo 11pts
19th Diakité 10pts
=19th Fariña 10pts
21st Juan Carlos 7pts
22nd Juan Domínguez 5pts
23rd Hélder Postiga 4pts
24th Insua 3pts
25th Hélder Costa 2pts





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