Two antagonistic seasons

UD Ibiza has played two seasons in LaLiga SmartBank so far and they have been completely antagonistic. In his debut in the silver category, the islanders achieved permanence with great solvency, while at present they seem destined for a decline almost inevitable to the First RFEF. The numbers sing between one campaign and another.

The light blue team closed the 36th day as the penultimate ranked in this exercise 22-23. Accumulate 29 points, after having won six games, tied eleven and lost nineteen. Last year, after the same competition date, the Ibizans accumulated 47 points and were thirteenth in the table. That score was broken down into eleven wins, fourteen draws and eleven losses. At that point, Ibiza had already closed its stay and it was in no man’s land, far from the ‘play-off’ for promotion to the First Division, with which it came to sound in the entity chaired by Amadeo Salvo.

That team from the 21-22 season was, after the aforementioned day 36, thirteen points above the relegation, which marked the Amorebieta, which ended up going down. In addition, he had 47 goals scored and 48 conceded. The current Ibiza has twelve points away from permanence and their goalscoring records are infinitely worse, with 30 goals scored and a whopping 57 goals conceded.

Ibiza from the previous year, trained by Juan Carlos Carcedo in the first round and Paco Jémez in the second, closed his debut in the category with a very good note, despite the fact that in the last six days of competition he barely added five points out of eighteen possible, to count a total of 52. The one from the 22-23 season needs a sporting miracle to save himself and even adding all the remaining points might not be enough to achieve permanence. Because in addition to closing the league perfectly, they must wait for the ruling of the teams ahead of them to be able to carry out what would be a true sports miracle. In addition, if he adds the 18 points that remain to be played, he will reach a total of 47, five less than those recorded by Ibiza from the previous year.

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What was the illusion of last season, in which almost everything went smoothly, has turned into a season full of complications, in which from the beginning things did not start to work well. Up to four coaches have sat on the Balearic bench (Javier Baraja, Juan Antonio Anquela, Carlos Sánchez as interim and now Lucas Alcaraz). In addition, in most of the days they have been in relegation places and the project always presented many doubts.

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