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|Deportivo La Coruña||1||5|
La Liga is currently the strongest championship of the planet, so it is not surprising that bets on this championship are present in almost all bookmaker offices. The popularity of La Liga has a positive effect on the number of broadcasts of this championship, which creates additional convenience for those who like to bet. At first glance, everything is simple in the Spanish tournament: you have to bet on the wins of Real and Barcelona, and you seem to be in Queens. However, smart people work in bookmakers, so not everyone can earn money on bets in La Liga.
The history of Spanish La Liga: the stage of birth
As you know, professional football in approximately the form in which it exists now was born in the middle of the XIX century in England, where it became trendy. The passion of the British eventually went beyond the borders of England; football began to gain popularity in Europe quickly.
La Liga table: Castile and Leon
Castilla la Vieja, Old Castilla is the mother of all Spain. It was here, in these lands northwest of the current capital, Madrid, that the history of the kingdom of Castile began. Which eventually took over the rest of the Pyrenees (where war, and where the family bed) – and in 1479, after the next unification, of Castile and Aragon itself, became the kingdom of Spain. So this region is the very middle of Spain. However, in 1983, when the system of autonomous communities emerged, Old Castile was united with the historical area of León. Nothing, by the way, a new one – in 1230, the Castilian king Ferdinand III entered the throne of Leon, thereby uniting the two kingdoms. So even earlier, in the 10th century, Castile was only a district of the then powerful Leon. Such is the historical twists and turns. Moreover, the first club from Old Castile and Leon in the elite was Castilian “Valladolid,” becoming the capital of the newly created community in 1983.
Valladolid “Real” (to be completely accurate) was born almost simultaneously with the All-Spanish league system – and spent exactly 20 years on getting into the elite but after hitting, entrenched there for almost a half decades. There were not enough stars from the sky, although in the season of 50/51 it was unexpectedly even among the leaders. That was the end of a long period in the history of the championships in Spain, when two giants, Barcelona, and Real Madrid did not play a major role. “Barca” for 12 years, three times became the champion (as “Valencia”; “Atletico Aviation” jumped both of them), “Real” only dreamed of the title. The 50s brought a completely different story, and at the beginning of this decade, the modest “Valladolid” almost became a sensation.
Having sustained the onslaught of the two “athletic” teams and nailed Sevilla, in the 5th round, “blanks-Violetas” reached the top. Also, in the next match, they beat Barça on José Zorilla! The Castilians suffered their first defeat only in the 10th round. So in the 12th – it was already the end of November – lost to Real Madrid on Nuevo Chamartiné (now this arena known as Santiago Bernabéu), lost only because of a penalty and lost the top of Sevilla. Moreover, the coach of that team, Juan Antonio Ipigna, soon found himself at the helm of the Blancos. Also, the next is about La Liga top scorers. In 1958, the “white-violet” flew to Segundo but immediately returned. Then again – and again instantly won a ticket to the elite. However, the departure of 1964 was the beginning of very troubled times. The team is even in Tercer (then it was the third, and not the fourth, as now, division). However, before that, there was a season of 62/63, when the Castilians could well have become prize-winners of the championship. No, they did not climb to the top, but the whole season they walked around. For the tour to the finish, “Valladolid,” being the third, was one point ahead (in fact, taking into account additional indicators – on the shelf), “Oviedo.” Asturians in the last round played a zero draw in Madrid with “Atletico” – that is, “Valladolid” was enough not to lose in Aragon.
As for La Liga results, alas, “Zaragoza” scattered the guests just to the nines – 5: 0 after the first half! The second 45-minute “blanks-Violetas” even won, but the final score of 2: 6 was hardly comforted. A “Zaragoza” galloped “Barcelona” and “Valencia,” finishing just behind the Castilians. After returning to the elite in 1980, Valladolid is essentially a frequenter of the Examples. For almost three and a half decades, he missed only six seasons. However, the “white-violet” didn’t fly too high either – the best season of this period was 1988/89 when the team became the sixth in the championship and reached the King’s Cup final (it lost the most important “king,” Madrid).
|Cristiano Ronaldo||Real Madrid||292||311|
|Telmo Zarra||Athletic Bilbao||278||251|
|Hugo Sánchez||Atlético Madrid, Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano||347||234|
|Alfredo Di Stéfano||Real Madrid, Espanyol||329||227|
|César Rodríguez||Granada, Barcelona, Cultural Leonesa, Elche||353||223|
|Quini||Sporting Gijón, Barcelona||448||219|
|Pahiño||Celta, Real Madrid, Deportivo||278||210|
|Edmundo Suárez||Valencia, Alcoyano||231||195|
La Liga fixtures: Leones – 1955-1956
Unlike the capital of Old Castilla, the representative of the center of the historical region of Leon in Example has left almost no trace. Having won in their debut elite duel at “Alavesa,” “La Cultu” became even the third. However, already in the second round, they were returned to the sinful land by “Valladolid” (0: 3). For three rounds to finish, “Leonesa,” losing to competitors from “Murcia,” left the elite division as it turned out later, forever. In Segunda, La Cultu had last seen 38 years ago. In 2013, in the three-round playoff, “Leonesa” regained her residence permit in Segunda B.
The primary team of Leona in the elite is (more precisely, it was worth – about this below) to consider “Salamanca.” Unionistas appeared in the elite in 1974 and lasted there for a decade with one year break. In the season 77/78, the team soared to the UEFA Cup zone, having celebrated the New Year not only with a victory over Barcelona in the asset but also in third place. Alas, after three rounds, “Unionists” became the seventh – the density in the upper half of the table was enormous. Once again, more precisely, twice, the team from Castilla and Leon recalled themselves in the mid-90s: three seasons for two runs, maximum 15th place – not the best result. In 2011, the Segunda was surrendered, and on June 18, 2013, 90 years, three months and two days after its appearance, Salamanca was disbanded for “debts and unpaid bills.”