UD Almería holds ten meetings without knowing the victory. Specifically, it is the team that adds the most days without knowing the defeat among the 102 competing in First, Second and Second B. Guti's (three straight wins and eleven possible fifteen points with Madrid) want to move left UD Almería's record of games Emery coached in 2007, the year of the club's first rise to the highest category Spanish soccer
Rojiblancos fell 4-2 in Gijón on October 3, in the only match in which they hardly competed. Since then, they do not know what it is to lose, linking a dozen games adding, five with Pedro Emanuel who was hit and many others with Jose María Gutiérez. The last three consecutive wins have shown the fullest cup, with four wins and six matches in the last ten games played.
The EP also reached the ten consecutive clashes added, although the defeat against Cadiz (1-2) did not make possible the goal that JMG can now achieve. The Angolan coach endured the seventh day without giving up, only giving up a draw (at Santander), added to the last four days of last season. In 2016, Gorosito also had ten matches added, with four wins and six draws, although the Argentine did not finish the course, keeping the Almeria team in the extreme category.
The best sequel therefore belongs to Unai Emery in his first exercise ahead of UD Almeria. The Basque coach has strung twelve games unbeaten, with nine wins and three games, 22 points for and 11 against. The good road started on February 4, 2007 and ended on April 28 of that year in Jerez de la Frontera (3-0). Guti must save the trap of Sunday in Fuenlabrada before receiving Numancia, having the possibility of going to the Christmas holiday with these undefeated twelve days. It currently has a dozen, ahead of nine in Barcelona B, eight in Seville and seven in Girona.