2011–12 CE Sabadell FC season

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Sabadell
2011–12 season
Chairman Spain Joan Soteras
Manager Spain Lluís Carreras
Stadium Nova Creu Alta
Liga Adelante 19th
Copa del Rey Second Qualifying Round
Top goalscorer League:
Spain Lanzarote (9)
All:
Spain Lanzarote (9)
Highest home attendance 7500 (CE Sabadell – Almería)
Lowest home attendance 2900 (CE Sabadell – Elche)
Average home league attendance 4857
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2011–12 Spanish football season was the first for CE Sabadell in the second level since 1993, when the team was relegated for not paying its players. After a stunning season in Segunda División B, the team promoted via play-off and was runner-up in the overall season, being surpassed only by Real Murcia (also promoted), who won on penalties in the play-off final matches (agg. 1–1 a.e.t, 8–9 p.s.o). During early June, Joan Soteras confirmed that the team manager, Lluís Carreras renewed for this season after the rumors emerged in April that linked him with FC Barcelona B.

Sabadell finished the season in 19th place, which would normally have resulted in an immediate return to Segunda B. However, they were reprieved from relegation when Villarreal were relegated from La Liga at the end of the season. Villarreal's relegation from La Liga meant that their reserve side, Villarreal B, would automatically drop to Segunda B.

Trophies balance[edit]

Category Trophy Started round First match Result Last match
Friendly Trophy 2011–12 Copa Catalunya Fourth Qualifying Round 7 August 2011 Fifth Qualifying Round 14 September 2011
Competitive Liga Adelante 27 August 2011[1] 19th 2 or 3 June 2012
Copa del Rey Second Qualifying Round 6 September 2011 Second Qualifying Round 6 September 2011

Competitive Balance[edit]

Biggest win
Home Away
Liga Adelante 28 January 2012 Matchday 22 v. Xerez CD 2 – 0 3 September 2011 Matchday 3 v. Villarreal B 3 – 4
11 February 2012 Matchday 24 v. Villarreal B 3 – 1 1 October 2011 Matchday 7 v. FC Barcelona B 0 – 1
Copa del Rey None due to the elimination in the Second Qualifying Round
Biggest loss
Home Away
Liga Adelante 12 November 2011 Matchday 13 v. Córdoba 0 – 3 6 November 2011 Matchday 12 v. Nàstic Tarragona 5 – 0
7 January 2012 Matchday 19 v. Real Valladolid 1 – 4
Copa del Rey None due to the elimination in the Second Qualifying Round 6 September 2011 Second Qualifying Round v. AD Alcorcón 2 – 1

Summer transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Out[edit]

Loan in[edit]

Loan return[edit]

Loan end[edit]

Winter transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Out[edit]

Loan in[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Squad[edit]

  • Updated to 31 January 2012

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK David De Navas
2 Spain MF Antonio Hidalgo
3 Spain DF David Bermudo
4 Spain MF Juanjo Ciércoles
5 Spain DF Agustín Fernández
6 Spain MF Hèctor Simón
7 Spain DF Òscar Ramírez
8 Spain MF Albert Puigdollers
10 Equatorial Guinea MF Juvenal Edjogo
11 Spain MF Francesc Piera
12 Spain MF Manuel Lanzarote
13 Spain GK Ian Mackay
14 Morocco FW Nabil Baha
15 Spain DF Pablo Ruiz
No. Position Player
16 Spain MF Samuel Baños
17 Spain DF Toni Lao
18 Spain DF Manuel Redondo
19 France MF Thierry Florian
20 Spain MF Álex Cruz (On loan from Granada)
21 Spain MF Ezequiel Calvente (On loan from Real Betis)
22 Spain FW Aarón Bueno
23 Spain MF David Arteaga
24 Spain DF Jesús Olmo
25 Uruguay MF Adrián Luna (On loan from RCD Espanyol)
Spain MF Fito Miranda (Long-term injured)
Spain GK Oriol Torres (Long-term injured)
Spain MF Eneko Fernández (Long-term injured)

Youth system[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
40 Spain MF Aleix Domínguez
Spain FW Nelbert Barbosa
Spain MF Mario Quereda
Spain MF Miguel Ángel Chica
Spain DF César Molina
No. Position Player
Spain MF Toni Delgado
Spain MF Pinilla
Spain MF Sergio
Spain MF Jonathan Collado
Spain GK Manu

Called up by their national football team[edit]

Match stats[edit]

No. Pos. Player Goal Booked Yellow cardYellow cardRed card Red card
League Cup League Cup League Cup League Cup
1 GK Spain David de Navas 3
2 MF Spain Antonio Hidalgo 2 5
3 DF Spain David Bermudo 4
4 MF Spain Juanjo Ciércoles 13
5 DF Spain Agustín Fernández 1 2 1
6 MF Spain Hèctor Simón 1 11 1
7 DF Spain Òscar Ramírez 8
8 MF Spain Albert Puigdollers 1 2
9 FW Spain Joaquín Rodríguez (Out) 1
10 MF Equatorial Guinea Juvenal Edjogo 4 5
11 MF Spain Eneko Fernández (Long time injured)
MF Spain Francesc Piera 2
12 MF Spain Manuel Lanzarote 9 6
13 GK Spain Ian Mackay 1
14 FW Morocco Nabil Baha 5 7 1
15 DF Spain Pablo Ruiz 6
16 MF Spain Samuel Baños 3
17 DF Spain Toni Lao 1 7
18 DF Spain Manuel Redondo 5
19 MF France Thierry Florian 6 4 1
20 MF Spain Álex Cruz 1
21 MF Spain Fito Miranda (Long time injured) 1
MF Spain Ezequiel Calvente 2 2
22 FW Spain Aarón Bueno 6 4
23 MF Spain David Arteaga 3 4
24 DF Spain Jesús Olmo 3 7 2
25 FW Uruguay Adrián Luna 3
49 DF Cameroon Yann Songo'o (Out) 1 1

Match results[edit]

Pre-season and friendly tournaments[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

2011–12 Copa Catalunya[edit]

Liga Adelante[edit]

Matchday 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1[1] 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 30[7] 41 42
Against SDH VilB FCC DEP HÉR FCB RHU ALC GUA XER ACY NÀS CÓR GIR RMU CEL ELC ALM RV NUM LPA XER SDH VilB FCC DEP HÉR FCB RHU GUA ACY NÀS CÓR GIR RMU CEL ELC ALM RV ALC NUM LPA
Venue H A H A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A
Position 6 5 2 3 5 3 2 2 2 2 3 5 9 9 9 12 11 13 14 15 15 15 14 12 14 12 13 14 13 13 15 12 12 14 16 17 17 14 16 17 19 19
Goal Average (useful in case of tie)[8] Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Drawn Lost Lost Drawn Lost Lost

     Win       Draw       Lost

All Home Away
Pts W D L F A Dif. Pts W D L F A Dif. Pts W D L F A Dif.
19 CE Sabadell 46 11 13 18 45 64 –19 34 9 7 5 29 28 +1 12 2 6 13 16 36 –20

     Liga Adelante Winners (also promoted)
     Direct promotion to Liga BBVA (Liga Adelante Runners-up)
     Liga BBVA promotion play-offs
     Relegation to Segunda División B (From 13 May: The 19th qualified won't be relegated as Villarreal CF were relegated from Liga BBVA and Villarreal B were also relegated to Segunda División B, consequently)

Copa del Rey[edit]

Second Qualifying Round[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Schedule modification due to AFE strike.
  2. ^ a b Juanjo Ciércoles completed his loan period in CE Sabadell and he returned to RCD Espanyol B, but, on July 2011, he split from the Barcelona entity and signed up with CE Sabadell in a free transfer.
  3. ^ He could sign despite the transfer window was closed because of non-payments and the bad economic situation of Puertollano.
  4. ^ Neutral venue
  5. ^ L´amistós contra el Llagostera es jugarà a les 19:30 a Bonmatí (Girona), CESabadell.cat (Catalan), on 27 July 2011
  6. ^ a b Matches of 45 minutes
  7. ^ a b c Because of the tight schedule, and given that any Liga Adelante team would compete to win the Copa del Rey trophy due to its early defeat, LFP approved on 18 January the television operators request to postpone the Matchday 30 to 23 May, between the Matchdays 40 and 41.
  8. ^ The team that wins this variable will be qualified ahead of another with the same points but lost on goal average. If the goal average is drawn between two or more teams and, at the end of the season these teams have the same points, the overall Liga Adelante's goal average prevails over this goal average.