Raul's RM Castilla in crisis with three back to back defeats
Ibiza were the latest side to claim maximum points against Real Madrid Castilla with a 1-2 win at the Alfredo di Stefano in Valdebebas.
2B side Real Madrid Castilla coached by Raúl Gonzalez Blanco failed to win yet again on Sunday morning at a windswept Valdebebas falling 1-2 to Ibiza. Castilla went ahead in the fourth minute but a brace from Caballe on either side of the break was enough for the men in sky blue to take three points back to the Balearic island.
All is far from well with Castilla with Sunday's reverse seeing Raul's side just claiming one point from the past four contests following defeats last weekend away in Gijon (vs Sporting B 4-2) and the previous home reverse the weekend before when Racing Ferrol ran out 1-2 winners at Valdevbebeas. Raul's last point with the 'B' team came back on October 10th away to Galician outfit Coruxo.
Tough Castilla fixture list
Next up for Castilla is a visit to Segunda B Group I leaders as they travel to Can Misses home ground to in form Atlético Baleares with Raúl facing the first major test of his brief managerial career having to lift his side who have clearly lost their way languishing 12th in the table some eight points adrift of a play-off place.
Castilla: Belman; Guillem, De la Fuente, Gila, Javi Hernández; Blanco, Bravo, Baeza, Marvin; Gelabert (Rodrigo Rodrigues, 72’).
Ibiza: Germán; Grima, Quintanilla, Mariano, Morillas; Núñez, Javi Lara (Sibo, 72’), Javi Pérez (Toni Arranz, 83’); Pep Caballé, Raí (Cirio, 62’) & Rodado.
Goals: 1-0 (4’): Fidalgo. 1-1 (35’): Caballé. 1-2 (51’): Caballé.
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