Ponferradina have been through their worst non-match results of the season last month. The blues and whites accumulate five days without knowing the victory, where they only managed to score three points thanks to many other draws against Racing, Girona and Albacete. However, Cake's good start allowed them to have a mattress that, for now, kept them in the quiet zone of the standings, with a six-point lead over the descent.
After last Saturday's defeat at Gijón, the coach lamented how much the team is making its mistakes, remembering the points lost in these last games, although at the moment it's calm, convinced that the sequence will end as soon as more success against the rival goal, something Deportiva also lacks in recent meetings.
Anyway, the Berciano set is far from activating the alarms despite the poor execution of the results. The game deployed by blues and whites in the return season to Second invites optimism, since in every match they got the victory and no rival was clearly superior.
In addition, the numbers so far indicate that Ponferradina is on the right track to reach the main goal of permanence, since in the absence of two days to reach the equator of the competition totals 24 points, one less than half of those generally considered necessary to maintain the category.
Anyway, the model went back to work on Tuesday focused on cutting the negative sequence on Saturday against Deportivo de La Coruña in El Toralín, in a match in which, despite the situation of the Galicians, No one in Ponferrada accepts anything for granted.
Pre-match shareholders meeting
La Ponferradina summoned its shareholders this Saturday before the game against Deportivo hold the general meeting of shareholders, at which Club Berciano will present for approval some accounts with a surplus of almost 40,000 euros in the last campaign, when the promotion to the Second Division was held, and a budget of 7.4 million euros this season, the highest in club history. Television revenues helped boost Deportiva's turnover, which last year in Second B had a budget of about 1.5 million.
In addition, the club board of directors will be renewed upon completion of the five-year term established by the bylaws, Although no major changes are foreseen in the leadership of the club, which will continue to be led by José Fernández Nieto.