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Old 01-03-2015, 18:42   #31
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more or less full house on the derby de canarias:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rbM6A8vEWg

happy for the good results of Girona, and the suffer of Sabadell.
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Anybody know what will hapen with Almeria?

Their 2nd team made the Segunda B playoffs and they played today (drawing 2-2 in the 1st leg).

But their 1st team were relegated to Segunda yesterday, so the 2nd can't get promoted to the same league

Not sure why todays game went ahead
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Anybody know what will hapen with Almeria?

Their 2nd team made the Segunda B playoffs and they played today (drawing 2-2 in the 1st leg).

But their 1st team were relegated to Segunda yesterday, so the 2nd can't get promoted to the same league

Not sure why todays game went ahead
There was actually a huge fight between Granada and Almeria because of this. Granada B just missed the play-offs, finishing fifth, and their maffia-president Quique Pina was insisting that Almeria shouldn't be allowed to start the play-offs cause they were going to get relegated... He wanted Granada B to be able to join the play-offs instead (even though they weren't safe themselves either last week).

They were allowed to start anyway, and strangely enough, I'm finding it impossible to find any information on what would happen if they were to beat Guadalajara. From what I understand, Almeria B would just go on to the next round, if they beat Guadalajara. If they reach the final, then their lucky opponents would automatically earn the promotion. Could be wrong though... Very strange situation.
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There was actually a huge fight between Granada and Almeria because of this. Granada B just missed the play-offs, finishing fifth, and their maffia-president Quique Pina was insisting that Almeria shouldn't be allowed to start the play-offs cause they were going to get relegated... He wanted Granada B to be able to join the play-offs instead (even though they weren't safe themselves either last week).

They were allowed to start anyway, and strangely enough, I'm finding it impossible to find any information on what would happen if they were to beat Guadalajara. From what I understand, Almeria B would just go on to the next round, if they beat Guadalajara. If they reach the final, then their lucky opponents would automatically earn the promotion. Could be wrong though... Very strange situation.
I guess then Almeria president does not need worry about the team for next season. They have two teams fit for segunda division.
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seems totally logic sense to me, as judges are postponing any descision systematically.
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Girona is very close to the promotion to Primera, which would be good news for us, imo. If Girona beats Lugo at home next week, or if Gijón doesn't win at Betis, Girona is going up. If Gijòn wins and Girona loses, Gijòn will be getting promoted. And if Girona draws and Gijòn wins, it depends... Girona would still be going up if Gijón only wins with a 1 goal difference. Gijón would get promoted if they manage to win by 2 goals or more.

Meanwhile Ponferradina could still steal Zaragoza's play-off ticket. They'd have to win themselves at home against Alcorcón, while Zaragoza cannot win at Leganés. Would love to see both Girona and Ponferradina getting promoted Both teams would struggle immensely in Primera, ánd it would mean that Sporting Gijón, Las Palmas, Zaragoza and Valladolid would all be staying down... Can't say I'm fond of any of these teams, to put it lightly.

Barcelona B, Sabadell and Recreativo have been relegated to Segunda B. Racing Santander will probably be the fourth, as Osasuna are pretty much safe. Can't see any changes happening there next week.

Real Oviedo and Nástic have been promoted to Segunda.
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Real Oviedo a good team have been looking unto
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Recreativo, Barca B & Sabadell relegated
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Forza Girona!
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Girona 45 minutes away from Primera. 1-0 Vs. Lugo

Osasuna relegated at this point
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Girona 45 minutes away from Primera. 1-0 Vs. Lugo

Osasuna relegated at this point

Forza Girona, plus hoping for a Ponfe result better than Zaragoza's
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Zaragoza and Sporting reached their goals, once again, thanks to their illegal bonuses. Lugo and Alcorcón were playing as if their lives depended on it, while they had been playing like crap the past few weeks. Lugo equalised in the 91st minute. Meanwhile Sporting cruised to a 0-3 victory against Betis, who just bent over for them.

What a disgrace. How I hate these stinking clubs.
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Incredible.

Las minutes goals with Osasuna saved and Sporting at Primera
Poor Girona
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Amazing. Girona - Lugo was stopped 1 minute before the end of injury time because a fan of Girona threw something at the linesman. Almost everyone thought the game was over, and Girona fans were going home.

Apparently, the ref has decided to play the final minute Fans are returning to the stadium, Girona players are already back on the pitch, and Lugo players are returning from their bus Meanwhile in Gijón, the party has come to a momentary stop.

There should be around 40 seconds left. If Girona ends up scoring the goal now, this will easily be one of the most legendary football moments of all time

Edit: Damn, no goal Haha, unbelievable. Never seen anything like this.
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