The ‘Channels effect’ tests whether the ‘Coudet effect’ has already been lost

The ‘Channels effect’ tests whether the ‘Coudet effect’ has already been lost

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The defeat against Real Madrid and the hecatombs against Villarreal and Ibiza, especially the latter in the Cup, They put a stop to the growing chachismo that Vigo was experiencing during the beginnings of the Eduardo Coudet era, coach who after replacing Óscar García who started with five wins in the first 7 LaLiga games. The Argentine coach made his debut with a defeat but great sensations at Sánchez Pizjuán and returns to Seville this Wednesday after more than 10 days without competition, a break that must have served to establish concepts although they will not yet allow him to recover his main offensive asset, the injured Iago Aspas. Go low: 15 defeats, four draws and a single victory in the last 20 games without Moaña’s. Almost nothing. Yes, Nolito and Renato Tapia return, that best and almost the only midfielder with balance in Balaídos (follow the game live on As.com).

The already blurred but still latent ‘Coudet effect’ thus undergoes a new test tonight at the Benito Villamarín against a Betis that has also found or rather recovered its Messiah, in this case on the field. Sergio Canales he was crushed to return from his injury much earlier than expected and under the baton of the Cantabrian midfielder the Verdiblanco team has chained four games without losing, with three wins in a row and much better looking of which he had shown until the end of last year.

Betis was reborn with the return of Canales and also after the obligation to refresh the equipment in the face of a plague of injuries and coronavirus. After this launch almost completely, Manuel Pellegrini is today faced with the position of placing those who previously played as starters or continue with those who have earned to continue being so as Ruibal, Miranda or Lainez. Surely the Chilean will opt for a mixed solution, also sponsored by casualties such as Claudio Bravo in goal or because of the need to reinforce the midfield against a Celta who keeps quality for creation.

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