2009–10 Real Valladolid season

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Real Valladolid
2009–10 season
Chairman Spain Carlos Suárez Sureda
Manager Spain José Luis Mendilibar (until 1 Feb.)
Spain Onésimo Sánchez
(between 1 Feb. and 5 Apr.)
Spain Javier Clemente (from 5 Apr.)
Liga BBVA 18th (Relegated)
Copa del Rey Round of 32
Top goalscorer League:
Diego Costa (8)

All:
Diego Costa (9)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2009–10 season is Real Valladolid's third consecutive season in La Liga. José Luis Mendilibar began the season as team's manager, but he was sacked on 1 February 2010 after the draw against Almería. Onésimo Sánchez became the new team manager and, after the defeat against Villarreal in Nuevo José Zorrilla, he was also sacked on 5 April. The directive discovered on 6 April the new team manager, Javier Clemente.

Trophies balance[edit]

Category Trophy Started round First match Result Last match
Friendly Trophy 14th Quinocho Memorial Trophy Final 13 August 2009 Runner-up 13 August 2009
2009 Teresa Rivero Trophy Final 19 August 2009 Winner 19 August 2009
37th Ciudad de Valladolid Trophy Final 23 August 2009 Winner 23 August 2009
Copa Castilla y León 2009–10 Semi-finals 8 September 2009 Runner-up 16 November 2010
Competitive Liga BBVA 30 August 2009 18th 16 May 2010
Copa del Rey Round of 32 27 October 2009 Round of 32 11 November 2009

Summer transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Fee
Spain Héctor Font Spain Osasuna Free
Spain Antonio Barragán Spain Deportivo
Spain Fabricio
Angola Manucho England Manchester United (was on loan at England Hull City)
Spain Sisi Spain Recreativo
Spain Nauzet Alemán Spain Las Palmas
Brazil Nivaldo Qatar Umm-Salal
Spain César Arzo Spain Villarreal
Spain Marquitos
Spain Alberto Bueno Spain Real Madrid (was playing with its reserve team) €3M

Out[edit]

Player New Team Fee
Spain Ángel Vivar Dorado Spain Albacete Free
Spain Sergio Asenjo Spain Atlético Madrid €5.5M
Spain Víctor Spain Cartagena Free
Spain Pedro León Spain Getafe €4M
Spain Iñaki Bea Spain Real Murcia Free
Spain Óscar Sánchez
Spain Kike Spain Salamanca

Loan in[edit]

Player From
Portugal Pelé Portugal Porto (was on loan at England Portsmouth)
Brazil Diego Costa Spain Atlético Madrid (was on loan at Spain Albacete)

Loan return[edit]

Player From
Spain Álvaro Antón1 Spain Numancia
Spain Jacobo Sanz Spain Getafe
Spain Asier Spain Xerez

Loan end[edit]

Player Returns to
Argentina Marcos Aguirre Argentina Lanús
Brazil Pedro Oldoni Brazil Paranaense
Spain Nano Spain Real Betis
Sweden Henok Goitom Spain Real Murcia
Argentina Damián Escudero Spain Villarreal

Loan out[edit]

Player Team
Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Spain Cádiz
Spain Álvaro Antón1 Spain Recreativo
Spain Jesús Rueda Spain Córdoba

Winter transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player Team Fee
Portugal Henrique Sereno Portugal Vitória de Guimarães Free

Out[edit]

Player Team Fee
Spain Asier Spain Numancia Free

Loan in[edit]

Player From
Spain Keko Spain Atlético Madrid
Spain Asier del Horno Spain Valencia

Youth system[edit]

No Player Position Called for first time
26 Spain Yuri Berchiche DF v Almería (30 August 2009)
TBA Spain Quique MF v Sevilla (5 December 2009)
27 Spain Carlos Lázaro MF v Racing de Santander (17 January 2010)
32 Spain Raúl Navas DF v Osasuna (21 February 2010)
31 Spain Javi Jiménez GK v Villarreal (4 April 2010)
29 Spain Sergio García MF v Villarreal (4 April 2010)

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
1 Paraguay GK Justo Villar
2 Spain DF Antonio Barragán
3 Spain DF Alberto Marcos (captain)
4 Brazil DF Nivaldo
5 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Haris Medunjanin
6 Portugal MF Pelé (on loan from Porto)5
7 Spain FW Nauzet Alemán
8 Spain DF Javier Baraja
9 Angola FW Manucho
10 Spain MF Borja
11 Spain FW Alberto Bueno
12 Portugal DF Henrique Sereno
13 Spain GK Fabricio
14 Spain FW Héctor Font
15 Spain DF Asier del Horno (on loan from Valencia)
16 Spain DF Pedro López
No. Position Player
17 Spain DF Luis Prieto
18 Spain MF Álvaro Rubio
19 Spain FW Jonathan Sesma
20 Uruguay FW Fabián Canobbio
21 Spain MF Sisi
22 Brazil MF Diego Costa (on loan from Atlético de Madrid)
23 Spain MF Marquitos
24 Spain DF César Arzo
25 Spain GK Jacobo Sanz
26 Spain DF Yuri Berchiche (promoted from youth system)
27 Spain MF Carlos Lázaro (promoted from youth system)
29 Spain MF Sergio García (promoted from youth system)
31 Spain GK Javi Jiménez (promoted from youth system)
32 Spain DF Raúl Navas (promoted from youth system)
33 Spain MF Keko (on loan from Atlético Madrid; April Out)
Spain MF Quique (promoted from youth system)

CAN 2010 called players[edit]

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

No. Position Player
9 Angola FW Manucho (Out between 10 and 24 Jan.)

U-19 national team called players[edit]

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

No. Position Player
33 Spain MF Keko (Out between 13 and 21 Apr.)6

Match results[edit]

Pre-season and friendly tournaments[edit]

Friendly matches[edit]

14th Quinocho Memorial Trophy[edit]

2009 Teresa Rivero Trophy[edit]

37th Ciudad de Valladolid Trophy[edit]

Copa Castilla y León 2009–10[edit]


Semi-finals Final
16 September 2009– Aranda de Duero
 Arandina 0  
 UD Salamanca 5  
 
16 November 2010– Salamanca
     UD Salamanca 2
   Real Valladolid 1
8 September 2009– Palencia
 Palencia 0
 Real Valladolid 5  


The final of this tournament had to be played on April 23, 2010, the Castilla y León's day, but as both finalists had some problems in their leagues (Real Valladolid in Liga BBVA, finally relegated, and UD Salamanca in Liga Adelante), the final was postponed to the 2010–11 season.

Liga BBVA[edit]

Matchday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38
Result against ALM VAL ZAR OSA MLL ATH RMA DEP ESP XER VIL TEN SEV MGA SPG GET ATM RAC FCB ALM VAL ZAR OSA MLL ATH RMA DEP ESP XER VIL TEN SEV MGA SPG GET ATM RAC FCB
Venue A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A
Position 11 16 8 13 16 16 17 14 14 14 15 15 15 13 11 13 16 17 17 17 18 19 18 18 18 19 18 18 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 16 18
Goal Average (useful in case of tie)4 Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Won Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Won Lost Lost Won Lost


All Home Away
Pts W D L F A Dif. W D L F A W D L F A
18 Real Valladolid (R) 36 7 15 16 37 62 −25 4 8 7 23 32 3 7 9 14 30
Liga del Juego Limpio
Position Team Supporters' Behavior Overall Between 0 and 5 stars
7 Real Valladolid Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png Nuvola apps mozilla.png (3.02)


Biggest win
Home Away
October 25, 2009 Matchday 8 v. Deportivo 4 – 0 March 20, 2010 Matchday 27 v. Deportivo 0 – 2
April 25, 2010 Matchday 34 v. Sporting Gijón
Biggest loss
Home Away
January 9, 2010 Matchday 17 v. Atlético Madrid 0 – 4 May 16, 2010 Matchday 38 v. Barcelona 4 – 0

Copa del Rey[edit]

Round of 32[edit]

First leg[edit]
Second leg[edit]

11 November 2009
21:00
RCD Mallorca 1 – 0 Real Valladolid
Nunes YC 24'
Víctor YC 32'
Keita Goal 39'
(Report) YC 23' Asier
YC 32' Font

Real Valladolid 2–2 RCD Mallorca on aggregate. RCD Mallorca won on away goals.

Others[edit]

Polemic game against Real Madrid[edit]

14 March 2010
21:00
Real Valladolid 1 – 4 Real Madrid
del Horno YC 13'
Lázaro YC 23'
Medunjanin YC 28'
Nauzet YC 53'
Albiol Goal 58' (o.g.)
Pelé YC 88'
(Report) YC 20' Ramos
Goal 28' Ronaldo
YC 30' Alonso
YC 36' Granero
Goal 44'51'64' Higuaín


From the end of this match, the national press was fed by Real Valladolid. They accused it of violent and aggressive because of the badly referee's performance and the unfortunate foul committed by Nivaldo on Cristiano Ronaldo. Onésimo Sánchez, the press of Valladolid, Carlos Suárez and some Real Valladolid players were defending themselves saying that the match was not violent and that the referee's performance was wrong because of the non-signposting of two penalties (both of them committed by Sergio Ramos, booked at the 20th minute) to its favour and not by not send off any Valladolid player. A sector of Valladolid press assured to have seen Jorge Valdano, Real Madrid's general manager, to take to Mejuto González and his assistants at the half time of the match two black sport bags which content could not be revealed.

Llanes deal[edit]

It's a supposed deal emerged because of the speculation between the supporters of Sporting Gijón and Racing Santander, twinned from some years ago. It consists in tampering Liga BBVA's last matchday with a double target: if Sporting Gijón loses (mathematically saved for the relegation), Racing Santander will win 3 points which will save the Miguel Ángel Portugal's team, harming and making more difficult the non-relegation for one of the most hated teams in Gijón: Real Valladolid. Obviously, presidents, coaches and players from both teams gradually denied this speculation, but the Spanish press continues speculating and encouraging this rumor. The name was invented by a sportswriter who noticed the table situation. Called Llanes deal because Llanes is a village between Asturias and Cantabria, autonomous communities in which Gijón and Santander are located.

Situation after the matchday 37:

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona (Q) 37 30 6 1 94 24 +70 96 2010–11 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2 Real Madrid (Q) 37 31 2 4 101 34 +67 95
3 Valencia (Q) 37 20 8 9 58 40 +18 68

...

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
11 Espanyol 37 11 11 15 29 44 −15 44
12 Almería 37 10 12 15 41 52 −11 42
13 Osasuna 37 11 9 17 36 45 −9 42
14 Sporting Gijón 37 9 13 15 36 49 −13 40
15 Zaragoza 37 10 10 17 43 61 −18 40
16 Valladolid 37 7 15 15 37 58 −21 36
17 Racing Santander 37 8 12 17 40 59 −19 36
18 Málaga 37 7 15 15 41 47 −6 36 Relegation to Segunda División
19 Tenerife 37 9 9 19 40 73 −33 36
20 Xerez 37 8 9 20 37 65 −28 33

Matchday 38:

Matchday 38
May 16
2010
19:00
CEST
Barcelona 4 – 0 Valladolid
Málaga 1 – 1 Real Madrid
Valencia 1 – 0 Tenerife
Racing Santander 2 – 0 Sporting Gijón
Osasuna 1 – 1 Xerez

Battle for the non-relegation[edit]

According to the course of the season, the calculations indicate that with 40 points or more, the teams will not be relegated to Liga Adelante, so that, assuming Sporting Gijón and UD Almería are now saved (both with 37 points in the 30th matchday), the teams involved in the fight for non-relegation, waiting yet for several face-to-face between the teams involved, are the follows, including Real Valladolid:

Xerez
Pos. Team Points
30 20th XER 23
31 20th v. GET 23
32 20th v. ATM 26
33 20th v. RAC 27
34 20th v. FCB 27
35 20th v. ALM 30
36 20th v. VAL 30
37 20th v. ZAR 33
38 20th v. OSA 34
Relegated
20th XER 34
Tenerife
Pos. Team Points
30 18th TEN 25
31 18th v. VAD 26
32 18th v. SPG 29
33 18th v. GET 32
34 18th v. ATM 32
35 18th v. RAC 35
36 18th v. FCB 35
37 19th v. ALM 36
38 19th v. VAL 36
Relegated
19th TEN 36
Real Valladolid
Pos. Team Points
30 19th VAD 24
31 19th v. TEN 25
32 19th v. SEV 28
33 19th v. MGA 29
34 19th v. SPG 32
35 19th v. GET 33
36 19th v. ATM 33
37 16th v. RAC 36
38 18th v. FCB 36
Relegated
18th VAD 36
Málaga
Pos. Team Points
30 16th MGA 31
31 17th v. SEV 31
32 17th v. OSA 32
33 17th v. VAD 33
34 17th v. MLL 34
35 17th v. SPG 35
36 16th v. ATH 36
37 18th v. GET 36
38 17th v. RMA 37
Saved
17th MGA 37
Racing Santander
Pos. Team Points
30 17th RAC 31
31 15th v. DEP 32
32 15th v. ESP 35
33 15th v. XER 36
34 15th v. VIL 36
35 16th v. TEN 36
36 17th v. SEV 36
37 17th v. VAD 36
38 16th v. SPG 39
Saved
16th RAC 39
Real Zaragoza
Pos. Team Points
30 15th ZAR 32
31 16th v. OSA 32
32 16th v. MLL 33
33 16th v. ATH 34
34 16th v. RMA 34
35 15th v. DEP 37
36 14th v. ESP 40
37 15th v. XER 40
Saved
38 14th v. VIL 41
14th ZAR 41
CA Osasuna
Pos. Team Points
30 13th OSA 34
31 12th v. ZAR 37
32 11th v. MGA 38
33 11th v. MLL 38
34 12th v. ATH 39
35 12th v. RMA 39
36 11th v. DEP 42
Saved
37 13th v. ESP 42
38 12th v. XER 43
12th OSA 43
RCD Espanyol
Pos. Team Points
30 14th ESP 34
31 14th v. ATM 37
32 14th v. RAC 37
33 13th v. FCB 38
34 11th v. ALM 41
35 11th v. VAL 41
36 12th v. ZAR 41
37 11th v. OSA 44
Saved
38 11th v. MLL 44
11th ESP 44
ATH ATM OSA DEP FCB GET MGA RAC ESP MLL RMA VAD ZAR SEV SPG TEN ALM VAL VIL XER
Athletic Atlético Osasuna Deportivo Barcelona Getafe Málaga Racing Espanyol Mallorca R. Madrid Valladolid Zaragoza Sevilla Sporting Tenerife Almería Valencia Villarreal Xerez
Victory (+ 3)
Draw (+ 1)
Defeat (0)

Real Valladolid's goal averages[edit]

Real Valladolid's goal averages
Against Goal Average First match Second match
Xerez Lost 0 – 0 3 – 0
Tenerife Lost 3 – 3 0 – 0
Racing Santander Won 1 – 1 2 – 1
Málaga Lost 1 – 1 0 – 0
Real Zaragoza Won 1 – 2 1 – 1
RCD Espanyol Won 1 – 1 0 – 0
CA Osasuna Lost 1 – 2 1 – 1
Sporting Gijón Won 2 – 1 0 – 2
UD Almería Lost 0 – 0 1 – 1

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
Head-to-head
11 Espanyol 38 11 11 16 29 46 −17 44
12 Osasuna 38 11 10 17 37 46 −9 43
13 Almería 38 10 12 16 43 55 −12 42
14 Zaragoza 38 10 11 17 46 64 −18 41
15 Sporting Gijón 38 9 13 16 36 51 −15 40
16 Racing Santander 38 9 12 17 42 59 −17 39
17 Málaga 38 7 16 15 42 48 −6 37
18 Valladolid (R) 38 7 15 16 37 62 −25 36 Relegation to Segunda División VLD 3–3 TEN
TEN 0–0 VLD
19 Tenerife (R) 38 9 9 20 40 74 −34 36
20 Xerez (R) 38 8 10 20 38 66 −28 34

Note: as the aggregate score between Real Valladolid and Tenerife is a draw (3–3), the team with the lower goal difference between these two teams qualifies first and over the other one (Valladolid 18th, with −25; Tenerife 19th with −34)

Tie break rules[edit]

  • If there are only two teams with the same points:

1) By goal averages between that teams
2) By goal difference (GD)
3) By goals scored (GF)

  • If there are more than two teams with the same points:

1) By the points scored between all that teams
2) By the points scored between the teams with the same points after the rule 1 subtracting the points against the team which has more points than the others.
3) By goal averages between that teams
4) By the goals scored only between that teams
5) By goal difference (GD)
6) By goals scored (GF)
7) By RFEF Fair-Play ranking

References[edit]

^ 1: Álvaro Antón returned to the club as a loan return from Numancia, but the management decided to loan him again to Recreativo Huelva.
^ 2: Neutral venue.
^ 3: César Arzo scored the goal, but the referee César Muñiz Fernández notified in the report that the author had been Haris Međunjanin, so, in the Liga BBVA's official account, the goal was scored by the Bosnian.
^ 4: 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 BBVA's goal average prevails over this goal average.
^ 5: Separated of the team and made a file by the directive because of have been seen in some night clubs in Salamanca after team's defeats from April 1, 2010 to the end of the season.
^ 6: Returns on April 21 because of the Eyjafjallajökull eruption.