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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Gijon vs Deportivo (2:0)

Depor definitely don't feel good playing at El Molinon. Another bad weekend for Deportivo La Coruna. This time, it was Sporting Gijon that took three points against grey Deportivo on the road.
After the game Laure said: "The referees are abusing us. We are feeling hurt!"
But that's not a problem at this Deportivo as long as they try to sentence the games much earlier, and not waiting for the finish to happen something.
Riazor Blues - Sporting Gijon

Not even 3000 fans who attended to the meeting were enough for Depor to avoid second straight defeat. Sporting Gijon knock down Depor with two goals in the second half from Scepovic (62') and Alex Barrera(69'). Yes, there was nonexistent penalty of Luisinho over Isma López as he fell down after feeling the pressure of Luisinho but that's no explanation for the lack of ideas of Galician Team. Something is missing to this Depor although it has quality and talent. They seems to be too relaxed in this hell as players used to say. Two weeks earlier Borja Baston said: "We’ve a good team and can lie at the top without problems." But it doesn't seems like that. It's much harder than he thinks and Depor need to prove it's role as soon as possible because other teams start to loose respect for the Blue and White football team kit.
The problem on this game were not referee mistakes. They always did mistakes sometimes in your favour, sometimes in opponents favour, and will always do as long as people are referees.
Sporting Gijon vs Deportivo 2013

What concerns me is that Depor showed the same lack of reaction after been left down in the scoresheet. Borja Baston missed crucial chances in both half and the team is not seizing the opportunities they have and latter they suffer for that. This is a second straingth defeat for Depor on this season. It's not red alert but the team need to improve as soon as possible before been too late. The chance for getting three points is on this weekend against another opponent with high aspirations: AD Alcorcon


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