The discards of Nàstic 2021/22, success or failure?
In the past summer market, Nàstic gave a total of 15 casualties. A good handful for a team that reached the play-off final for promotion to the Second Division. Some exits occurred due to the termination of the footballers' contracts, without the club wanting to offer the renewal, and others after reaching a termination agreement. In addition to the withdrawal of Aythami Artiles. How have those players fared during this time?
Of all of them, it could be said that two are succeeding in their current teams: Carlos Albarrán and Dani Romera.
The striker from Almeria is on the lips of all nastiqueros every day he scores. And the truth is, there are already six goals that he has in Castellón. Goals that have irrefutably contributed to the leadership of the Orelluts in the classification of group 2 of the First RFEF. His last lunge came this last day. The only goal of the game against Amorebieta was signed by the former Nàstic player. A player who wanted to continue but did not reach an agreement due to disagreements with the coaching staff, as he himself denounced on social networks when he said goodbye to the Tarragona entity. A march that has been more difficult for the fans to digest than for the team, which has found in Guillermo Fernández a good scoring substitute. The player from Bilbao has 4 goals, only two less than the player from Almería.
Nor are things going badly for Carlos Albarrán. The right-back from Badalona is a fixture in Iván Ania's eleven. He has played it all and has even given two goal assists. In just over two months of competition, he has earned the respect of all the fans. Something that in Tarragona never achieved. In fact, it was that intense relationship with the stands, more focused on Pol Domingo, which ended up motivating him to leave. Algeciras occupies the middle zone of the table of group 1 of the First RFEF with 14 points, 3 from the play-off and 9 from first place.
In Badalona, Edgar Hernández continues to score goals. He has 4 in the 8 games he has played. He has only missed 20 minutes of play. It could be said that his performance is being remarkable, but he is a lower category. Like Pol Ballesteros, 2 goals with CD Ibiza, or Juan Camilo Becerra another two with Espanyol B. Both in the Second RFEF. One below, in Third RFEF, is Karim L'Koucha, the skilled winger who barely had minutes with Raül Agné last year. He signed for the Girona subsidiary with whom he has scored two goals.
It is worse for Javi Ribelles. He wanted to go to Madrid and join Alcorcón but the Valencian midfielder has been a secondary player in the Santo Domingo stadium. He has barely been a starter in two games, playing 17% of the minutes played. Carbia, teammate of Edgar Hernández in Badalona, has played more (7 games), but without scoring a single goal.
The striker Edgar Hernández has four goals in Badalona of the Second RFEF
Pedro Martín has not done the Indies. At least sportingly. He hardly counts for the coach of Odisha, the Ampostino Josep Gombau, from the Indian Super League, although he has scored a goal in the 75 minutes he has played.
Óscar Sanz, in Unionistas de Salamanca de Primera RFEF, does not have a leading role either. He has played 9 games and only 4 of them in the starting eleven. The same starting matches that Gonzi has left in Ardoi, from Tercerar RFEF, conceding only two goals. While Cheik Sarr, on loan at Castellón de Romera, remained in the first three league games conceding five goals and has not played again.
Venetikidis returned to Greece, to Veria, which has only played in the Cup while waiting to start the Second Division season.
Elías Pérez and Jannick Buyla are without a team and Aythami decided to hang up his boots.