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The Valencia Club de Fútbol season is being at least strange. After a transfer market in which the door was only exit in the set che, the words of grace denouncing the situation they heated up the atmosphere more and the locker room tightened With the Kondogbia situation, the bats surprised everyone starting the course with two wins in their first four games.

Those of Gracia added the +3 against two renowned entities, one his local rival, The uprising who arrived ready to win at Mestalla for the first time and another Real Sociedad, leader of LaLiga and club to which no one from the Spanish championship has been able to win except Valencia.
Besides, the beaten Real Madrid 4-1 made it clear for another year that Valencia is always a rival to fear for any LaLiga team, no matter how many crises I am going through both on a social and structural level.

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The problem today is that the black and white have won the three games 'indicated in the calendar', but against the rest of rivals they have barely added and have not even competed. Lesser rivals such as Huesca or Elche passed over the team, which gave the feeling of “lack of attitude” in such quotes (in the words of Gameiro and Carlos Soler).

Winning the Derby, in Anoeta or Real Madrid is nice and comforting, but that's not enough. Tomorrow in Vitoria those from Gracia are forced to 'go down to the mud' and put on the overalls to scratch the three spots before the always complicated team of Pablo Machín, but that perhaps arouses less motivation than a Real Madrid.

In any case, the wardrobe has shown that since the calamitous first half in Elche something has changed and they want to continue giving continuity to that good mentality displayed, regardless of the result. With a calendar prior to Christmas in which there will be games against him Atlético de Madrid, Barcelona and SevillaGoing down into the mud and leaving it clean is almost an obligation to turn good feelings into results.

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Gabby Barker
Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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