A quiet end to the season for Celta
With a single victory, he could practically certify his permanence in the category for the next campaign
TO there are ten days left for the conclusion of the league championship, Celta is eleventh classified and has 34 points. They are only three less than those who managed to add last season -37-, when he managed to stay saving the furniture in extremis, on the last day.
At this point in March 2020, the league break caused by the Covid19 health crisis took place. The competition resumed in June, then the matchday 28 -that this course took place last weekend-. Behind her, Celta, with Óscar García on the bench, treasured 26 points and he was 17th classified.
Needed the competition to advance until matchday 32 to add 34 points -This year 27 games were enough to win them. In the last ten days of the championship, the Vigo team achieved 11 points last season -2 victories, 5 draws and 3 defeats- which gave him permanence in the category. This course, homework is almost done; with ten games to go, eleven points separate Coudet’s team from relegation, and with a single victory, his permanence in the category could be practically certified for next season.
Nine points from Villarreal
That is the main objective that the coach sets himself, a permanence that he will try to achieve in the first of the rounds, next Sunday against the Alaves. Afterwards, there will still be nine matches left Sevilla, Real Sociedad, Osasuna, Cádiz, Levante, Villarreal, Getafe, FC Barcelona and Betis-. Dreaming of European positions seems very complicated, since 9 points now separate Vigo from Villarreal -7th classified- and the margin of days that remain does not seem enough to cut distances and enter the fight. Once the permanence has been mathematically certified, Celta will stay in no man’s land.
However, after two convulsive seasons in which Celta achieved salvation at the last moment, andn Vigo tranquility is valued. ‘Blessed condemnation’ is one of the recurring expressions of Celtism. With it the relationship between the team and the fans is defined, in it the enjoyment of the suffering fits. She was held tightly by the stands of the municipal of Balaídos in the final days of the last two seasons. Now is the time to embrace calm. In calm there is also a place for enjoyment.