De is always known that the coaching profession is one of the most unstable in the world of football, and even more so within categories, misnamed, of non-professional football.
The First RFEF, in its premiere year, does not escape a statistic that has negatively marked the Bronze category in recent years. And it is that this course they have already reached 20 dismissals in the First RFEF, with 40 clubs forming the competition.
And we are not saying that this figure is the fault of the First RFEF itself, if not of the sports planning of said clubs and the failure to achieve the expected results for many Bronze projects.
UCAM Murcia and At. Sanluqueo have three coaches
If there are two clubs that are having a bad time in sports, they are UCAM Murcia and Atltico Sanluqueo. The Murcian team began the course with Jose Maria Salmernwho brought the team to this First RFEF, but opted to redirect the poor run of results with Save Crossbow, who failed to hit the right key. Finally, it was chosen Jose Manuel Airaex-technician from Cultural or Marbella, who is finishing the season.
For his part, the sanluqueo is another of those who is having a hard time staying in the First RFEF. A season in which he began with Pedro Buenaventura and after a spectacular start he was unable to keep the team in the quiet zone. Manolo Sanlucar arrived on February 14 and since then the team from sanlcar he was able to get his head out of the descent. Is now Antonio Iriondo who will finish the season
A historic streak for CE Sabadell
But if we have to highlight one of the cases of the 20 dismissals, it was that of Antonio Hidalgo with CE Sabadell. It was on November 24 when Peter Munitis I took the reins of a harlequin set touched, but not sunk. when i arrived Munitis el Sabadell He had won two games in 13 days, with five draws and six losses and it was 17.
a streak in which Peter Munitis It changed the morale and mentality of a team that is the best in the second round in Group II and that with six wins in a row is fully involved in the promotion playoff positions. Something unthinkable not long agoreaching nine starts without losing, being Sabadell’s best mark since 1994, in Third.
A list in which neither Alsina nor Mosquera enter
There are two cases that we have to cite. They are two coaches who did not continue on their benches, but who were not dismissed. Oriol Alsina stopped being coach of a Costa Brava with which he was promoted to First RFEF, but became part of the Sports Directorate, leaving Scar Álvarez free. While Manuel Mosquera was able to train again, in this case at Talaveraafter ending his commitment to Extremadura after the liquidation, but he was not dismissed either.
List of sacked coaches
- Group I
- Ramón González – Cultural Leonesa
- David Movilla – Zamora
- Dani Mori – Unionists
- Imanol de la Sota – Bilbao Athletic
- Mere Hermoso – UD Achievements
- Javier Olaizola – Tudelano
- scar Cano – Badajoz
- Marcos Jimnez – UD Sanse
- Victor Cea – Talavera
- Group II
- José María Salmern – UCAM Murcia
- Salva Ballesta – UCAM Murcia
- Alejandro Sandroni – Linares Deportivo
- Manel Ruano – Betis Deportivo
- Paco Gallardo – Sevilla Athletic
- Ral House – UE Cornell
- Antonio Hidalgo – CE Sabadell
- Romerito – Balomdica Linense
- Pedro Buenaventura – At. sanluqueo
- Manolo Sanlucar – At. sanluqueo
- Xavi Calm – At. Balearics