1971–72 UE Lleida season

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The 1971-72 season was the 32nd season in UE Lleida's existence, and their 1st year in Tercera División after 1971 promotion.

UE Lleida
1971–72 season
Chairman Spain Miguel Martínez
Manager Spain Manuel Ruiz
Tercera División 5th
Copa del Generalísimo Second Round
Top goalscorer League: Andrés Escolar (17)
All: Andrés Escolar (18)


Squad[edit]

Player Pos Lge
Apps
Lge
Gls
Cup
Apps
Cup
Gls
Tot
Apps
Tot
Gls
Date Signed Previous Club
Goalkeepers
Spain Jesús Arbea GK 34 (1) - 4 - 38 (1) - 1970 Calvo Sotelo
Spain Vicente García GK 4 - - - 4 - 1971 Plasencia
Defenders
Spain Juan Llobet DF 38 - 4 - 42 - 1968 Cartagena
Spain Ángel Araujo Araujo II DF 27 (3) 2 3 - 30 (3) 2 1971 Hércules
Spain Manuel Esteban DF 35 1 3 - 38 1 1968 Mestalla
Spain José Luis Guerra DF 33 - 4 - 37 - 1970 Sevilla Atlético
Midfielders
Spain Manuel Buján MF 25 (1) - 1 - 26 (1) - 1967 Sabadell
Spain Francisco Guzmán MF 19 (3) 1 3 (1) - 22 (4) 1 1966 Menorca
Spain Luis Leflet MF 19 (9) - 2 (1) - 21 (10) - 1971 Sevilla Atlético
Spain José Suárez Milán MF 13 (4) 1 4 - 17 (4) 1 1971 Sevilla Atlético
Spain José Luis Tarrazona MF 3 (10) - - - 3 (10) - 1971 Amposta
Spain Salvador Rué MF 0 (2) - - - 0 (2) - 1971 Calvo Sotelo
Spain José Vendrell MF 16 (4) - 0 (1) - 16 (5) - 1970 Lleida Am
Spain Juan Reig MF 24 7 4 3 28 10 1970 Atlètic Catalunya
Spain Rabassa MF 2 (4) - - - 2 (4) - 1969 Lleida Am
Spain Juan Araujo Araujo I MF 21 (2) 6 2 (2) 1 23 (4) 7 1971 Nàstic Tarragona
Spain Juan Mercadé MF 14 (3) 3 0 (1) - 14 (4) 3 1970 Terrassa
Forwards
Spain José María Mora CF 14 (7) 1 1 - 15 (7) 1 1969 Sitges
Spain Díaz CF 38 3 4 - 42 3 1970 Lleida Am
Spain Juan Pons CF 4 (5) 1 2 - 6 (5) 1 1970 Nàstic Tarragona
Spain Andrés Escolar CF 35 17 3 1 38 18 1971 Cartagena

Competitions[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

League[edit]


League table[edit]

P Team Pld Pts W D L GF GA GD
1. Nàstic Tarragona 38 50 19 12 7 48 25 +23
2. Terrassa 38 49 19 11 8 55 32 +23
3. Poblense 38 47 19 9 10 53 38 +15
4. Alcoyano 38 46 20 6 12 53 40 +13
5. Lleida 38 45 16 13 9 44 29 +15
6. Levante 38 44 16 12 10 52 32 +20
7. Ontinyent 38 44 19 6 13 50 45 +5
8. Girona 38 41 15 11 12 45 31 +14
9. Calella 38 40 16 8 14 44 39 +5
10. Atlético Baleares 38 37 13 11 14 36 38 –2
11. Atlètic Ciutadella 38 35 15 5 18 39 62 –23
12. Tortosa 38 35 14 7 17 48 50 –2
13. Algemesí 38 34 12 10 16 35 51 –16
14. Ibiza 38 33 12 9 17 28 44 –16
15. Acero 38 33 12 9 17 60 69 –9
16. Europa 38 32 13 6 19 44 56 –12
17. Badalona 38 32 10 12 16 49 54 –5
18. Benicarló 38 31 10 11 17 45 63 –18
19. Barcelona Atlètic 38 28 9 10 19 45 51 –6
20. Gandía 38 24 8 8 22 43 67 –24

Copa del Generalísimo[edit]