The failure of CV Teruel in the XLVII Copa del Rey held from February 25 to 27 in Las Palmas falling in the first roundpreceded by a series of poor results in the league, has convulsed the Teruel club. The president, Carlos Ranera, has made his position available to the Board of Directors of the orange entity held the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, but the 17 members of the governing body They ratified their trust.
The meeting has analyzed the Delicate situation of CV Teruel, which occupies an abnormally late position in the Super League –seventh classified–, was eliminated from the Copa del Rey in the first round and exhibits irregular performance throughout the course. The main achievement was the ba role played in the Challenge Cup, where he overcame two heats and fell by the minimum against the powerful Greek Panathinakos.
The Board of Directors, meeting at the club’s headquarters, has also agreed -although in this case by majority- endorse the current technical team, led by Miguel Riveraand trust that “the dynamics” of CV Teruel will change in the final stretch of the season, where the ‘play off’ has ensured its participation will decide the main title of the year, the Super League.
Carlos Ranera explained that, with only three games left to finish the regular league, it is unfeasible to consider changes in the technical team and impossible due to the regulations to sign players who can reinforce the squad. Ranera has acknowledged that the season “is turning out to be difficult and complicated” for CV Teruel, which “does not meet expectations”. But he has clarified that “you cannot ignore” the work carried out to date by Rivera, which, among other achievements, allowed the club to win its first treble in the 2017-2018 season.
For Ranera, “you have to trust” in the work of the coaching team and at the end of the season “assess the results”. He has added that changing coach at this point in the season would be “outrageous” and expressed his confidence that the players who have been limping due to injuries or covid infections, will recover their best form to fight for the league title.