Much has changed in the last three weeks in Montilivi, where it has gone from irregularity and doubts to full confidence in the footballers and above all in Francisco, the man who has managed to hit the key and who has allowed him the team adds ten of the last twelve points in play.

The squad is in a great moment and the dynamics allow us to believe that all the good is yet to come. The sanctions and injuries have been left behind and Francisco’s headaches to make the calls have become a ‘headache’ to see who gets into a starting eleven that seems to have something more defined day by day.

“We must compete as we did not in the first twenty minutes against Rayo to be able to win and end the year with good feelings,” said Francisco at a press conference, a declaration of intentions to avoid the disconnection that the team suffered in the last match and that defeat could cost him.

Girona wants to continue to lurk for sixth place and not lose its grip from the top positions, but for this, they will have to overcome a Tenerife that is in the midst of a game and results crisis. The Canaries have added only one victory in the last seven games, although one tonight would allow them to come out of relegation.

For the match at the Heliodoro, Luis Miguel Ramis will not be able to count on Pomares and Aitor Sanz due to suspension, nor will Zarfino, still injured. All this could cause, as Ramis hinted, that Valentín Vada could repeat in the engine room.