Sevilla falls apart

Sevilla falls apart

Sevilla’s defeat against Girona confirmed almost all the alarms that were activated in Nervión. Jorge Sampaoli’s team still hasn’t found the recipe for a reaction and their journey in the danger zone of this League has no apparent way out at the moment. The team repeated rookie mistakes during the duel to the point that the umpteenth defensive error condemned the loss of a point in the last breath of the duel. This loss of Nianzou reflects the state of discouragement of this Sevilla that is undone with the passing of the days. Looking at danger is a reality.

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Jorge Sampaoli insists on work and in improving as a recipe to return to the path of normality. He trusts part of his block but is looking forward to the arrival of signings to solve some more than visible deficiencies. Against Girona he again ran out of weapons and looked at Monchi out of the corner of his eye: Only the central Badé arrived so far and the Argentine coach wants much more. He crosses his fingers to have Ocampos in the next few days and also to see more new faces that give his block extra reliability.

Numbers say everything. Add this Sevilla 15 points and last year added 37 at this stage of the League. A whole display of chaos that threatens to involve him in that unwanted fight for permanence. Sampaoli is the key for the moment while at the institutional level De Nido waits his turn to replace José Castro. The alarms, in any case, are more activated than ever.


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