Nàstic promised them great joy in September as they enjoyed the lead and remained unbeaten. But a black October that lasted most of November saw them pushed not only off the top but also out of the play-offs. The long-awaited victory came two days ago against Cultural Leonesa (3-0), but Dani Vidal’s men returned to old habits and failed against Unionistas (2-0), where they lost more than three points.
Injuries have been part of the team’s everyday life for weeks, but recently the setbacks have multiplied. It is true that the Grana did not play well against the Salamanca team and even Vidal himself admitted that “the way we played allowed us to already have 23 players available that we would not have acquired on any field.”. Despite everything, the reality is that the infirmary is full and the problem becomes particularly clear during attacks.
There are six losses for Nàstic, plus the injury of Pablo Fernández in Salamanca due to a fractured nose. ANDThe attacker joins the already injured Marc Fernández, Gorka Santamaría and David Concha. Maurizio Pochettino is available but he hardly counts and also served as a substitute for Tirlea at right-back. Defenders Pol Domingo and Nacho González complete the list of losses that hinders and frustrates Nàstic.