A ‘wall’ on the way to entering history

A ‘wall’ on the way to entering history
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He Córdoba CF They are having an outstanding season thanks to their authority when it comes to achieving victories and an offensive style of that has placed the Blanquiverdes as the second team in the competition that scores the most goals. However, there is a detail that is less noticeable but that is even more important so that these results are arriving continuously. It is the defendinga vital cog in this CCF of Iván Ania whose numbers are on their way to being marked in history Of the entity.

And the 28 goals that Córdoba CF has conceded in the 34 rounds played to date put it on the path to finishing as the best defense in the club’s history when it has competed in the third category. Taking as a reference the Second Division B and its successor in that third step of national football – the First Federation – Iván Ania’s men currently manage the best defensive records of a club that has been nothing more and nothing less than 24 seasons in the bronze category.

To become aware of the merit that those Córdoba CF defensive records current situation, it is enough to point out that only in two of those 24 seasons that the club has competed in the third category of Spanish football has it been able to leave its defensive record at 30 or fewer goals conceded.

The best defensive data in the history of the CCF in Second Division B, taking as a reference the 20-team leagues like the current one, occurred in the 1994-95 campaignwhen Córdoba was champion of the regular phase, conceding only 28 goals, just the ones that Iván Ania’s team has now included. Trained by Crispi, that Córdoba had life insurance behind the sticks like Avelino Viña, who accumulated part of the credit for the defensive success of a team that he defended as a block. Sadly, that CCF did not achieve promotion in the league after the regular phase.

The second record is from a few years before, in the 1990-91 season, curiously also with Crispi on the bench. A Córdoba CF with Mallo in goal and names as recognizable in defense as Rafa Berges, Momparlet, Paco Jémez and Ortega finished the regular phase after 38 days having only conceded 30 goals.

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Therefore, The challenge for Iván Ania’s Córdoba CF is there. The green and white have the opportunity to equal the best historical record in terms of defensive data if they complete the remaining four rounds without conceding a goal. A complicated task although not unreasonable, given the good moment the team is going through and the great collective performance in these defensive tasks.

At the very least, this Córdoba does seem on track to equal or even improve that second record, the one achieved in the 90-91 season. A milestone that has enormous merit and that has been the basis of the team’s excellent performance in a season in which it aspires to make the leap to the Second Division.

The merit of Carlos Marín

Although the defensive aspect is one of those facets in which an entire team must participate, it is evident that Córdoba CF has a reliable goalkeeper who, in difficult moments, has given his team serenity and saved them from unfavorable situations. Thanks to that Carlos Marin is fighting to be the top scorer of the category, in a course in which He has kept a clean sheet 16 times of the 33 games he has played (one was lost due to suspension).

The man from Almería has shown himself to be a stronghold for Iván Ania and his team and is on his way to leaving his name inscribed in the history of the club for the most satisfactory reason for a goalkeeper: not conceding goals. This Córdoba CF so offensive and daring in attack it is also defense life insurance. Therein lies a good part of his privileged position in the table.

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