Bunder the yoke of immediacy, the results command, and despite having consumed only four days, Granada already feels the urgent need to start adding victories. A difficult mission to achieve in the short term because of an infernal calendar that will measure the competitive level of the rojiblanco team, the Robert Moreno’s expertise to redirect the situation and, possibly, the leaders’ patience.
With little time to heal the wounds after the defeat against Betis, the Andalusian team has to put on their armor again to visit the Camp Nou, one of the most impregnable fiefdoms of the championship. And although the Barça It is not at its best, Koeman’s men will want to make up for themselves after the loss to Bayern, which adds another degree of difficulty to the commitment.
Almost recently landed in Granada, the team will have to face the visit of the Real society, another team with a European vitola that has started the season strong and that will demand the best version of the rojiblancos. To complete the week, Robert Moreno’s men will travel to Galician lands to face the Celtic, a somewhat more affordable clash and in which the Catalan coach could already be on the tightrope.
After a false plain, two first-class ports await Granada: Sevilla and Atlético. Champions rivals who can anchor the Nasrids to the bottom of the table in case of conceding two defeats. Five rivals, four of them immersed in continental competitions that can mark the immediate future of the Grenadians.
To avoid this mined path without derailing, Granada will have to recover the combative ardor of yesteryear, that personality that, regardless of the rival or the setting, allowed the rojiblancos to compete looking into the eyes of any opponent.