#VCF | May at Valencia CF: from fear to excitement

#VCF | May at Valencia CF: from fear to excitement
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VALENCIA. Valencia CF enters the month of May, the decisive phase of the season, with a very different scenario than the one it experienced just a year ago. There were hard moments like in Cádiz and Almería. We didn’t get the good dynamic. There are moments of doubt and others when you give up. The day in Cádiz we suffered a lot because he beat us fairly easily. In the end the fruit ripens and falls on its own,” said Carlos Marchena in an interview with the 90Minuts program about the defeat on April 30, 2024 in Cádiz.

Valencia CF started the month of May with the feeling that they could go down to the Second Division. The team did not react, they had taken breath with Javi Guerra’s ‘in-extremis’ goal against Valladolid, but it was not enough. The first half in Cádiz caused Baraja to bring on Diego López, who was one of the most active and another of the miraculous solutions at the end of the season. After the draw against , Valencia achieved a balmy victory in Vigo with Alberto Marí’s goal at the buzzer and gained momentum with the long-suffering victory over with a goal from Diego López.

However, the agony did not end. The defeat in forced them to play a ‘final’ due to relegation against that left Mestalla without air until in the 93rd minute Samuel Lino scored a tie that left Valencia virtually saved. A suffering that seems implausible with the metamorphosis that Valencia CF has undergone, cementing its growth in Baraja and the kids from the quarry.

The commitment to Javi Guerra, Diego López, Fran Pérez, Alberto Marí, Mosquera has been definitive in clearing up the ghosts of last year, despite the fact that all the pools included fighting again to avoid losing the category.

A year later, Valencia CF and its fans are experiencing the month of May with a very different perspective. A young and recognizable team led by its coach, which has managed to recover its defensive identity with up to 12 clean sheets and with the possibility of fighting for seventh place against teams with a larger budget such as and Real Sociedad. With five games left, Valencia CF has the option to get excited and will do so with an unconditional Mestalla that will go to the field with a very different feeling than last year.

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