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C.D. Leganés Senior Women wants to put the finishing touch to a good season with a victory on the last day of the season.

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25/06/2021 10:54

The 20-21 season comes to an end. C.D. Leganés Senior Women's faces the last league match against C.D. Electrocor Las Rozas at the Annex Jesús Polo (Saturday, 18h.). Our team arrives after beating A.D Torrejón (6-0), while the visitors are already mathematically saved after their victory against C.F.F. Sur-Getafe (0-3).


A game of formality, but with things at stake that will be lived this Saturday at the Annex Jesus Polo. The pepineras come to the last league game with the objectives of the season fulfilled, but want to climb a place in the standings. Our team is in sixth position and with the option of being fifth if they win their game and C.F. Fuenlabrada loses.
The locals want to finish the league championship with good results to close a good season, the first of the pepineras in Preferente. They want the three points, continuing with the good sensations that left game of the previous day. In the last game of the season, and more at home, Jero Martos' players want to give the fans the third consecutive victory and do it in the same way as against A.D. Torrejón, playing their soccer, and playing one of the best games of the season.

Match of formality to close the course

C.D. Electrocor Las Rozas comes into the match in 13th position with 24 points and already saved, so this last match of the season will be a mere formality. The visitors achieved the permanence in the previous day, after their resounding victory over C.F.F. Getafe by 0-3. Undoubtedly, they will not be an easy opponent, as they have made a great end of the season getting 9 of the 24 points they have in their locker in the last four rounds (3V, 1D). They will be under no pressure and will be eager to close the season with a win.

"The players are the true protagonists of this beautiful sport".

It has not been an easy year, as the coronavirus has changed many things. But ours have made a good campaign, although for Jero Martos, coach of the Senior, "if we win the last game we could climb to fifth place, a deserved place without doubt, although with the taste of mouth that could have achieved something more this season".
The coach is "very satisfied" with the work done by his players. Martos also wanted to take stock of a season "complicated by the situation experienced by the Covid-19". A season that made "things very difficult for the Senior at the beginning of the season", but that "little by little made them stronger", he emphasizes. He did not want to miss the opportunity to thank all the players for "their effort and dedication" in every game and training. "They are the true protagonists of this beautiful sport," he concludes.