Athletic Club, after making it through the previous rounds with some suspense, will face the Copa del Rey (King’s Cup) semi-finals with the intention of continuing dreaming
Athletic Club, after making it to the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey, wants to reach the final to be played in Seville, at La Cartuja stadium. It has been 36 years since Athletic won its last Cup trophy after beating Barcelona by the minimum in the 1983-1984 season, with a goal from Endika Guarrotxena. This season, in order to continue in the competition, the team coached by Gaizka Garitano has passed with suspense the last three qualifying rounds of the tournament.
Now there is one last step in San Mamés, where the atmosphere of La Catedral will once again be crucial.
Let’s get on with our dream!
Medical report of Asier Villalibre
The striker had to be replaced on Sunday due to an apophysis in the third lumbar vertebrae
The dream of Unai Vencedor
The player from the quarry played his first minutes at Athletic Club in the match against CA Osasuna and has become the fourth player to debut within the first male team this season
INSIDE I The four Basque derbies in San Mamés
Video that gathers the great atmosphere lived in Bilbao in the games against Real Sociedad, Alavés, Eibar and Osasuna in the 2019-20 season
Work schedule until February 23
Although subject to last minute changes, the first team of Athletic Club has the following plan scheduled until February 23
“We created enough chances to have scored”
Gaizka Garitano ha lamentado que la gran cantidad de ocasiones generadas no se hayan traducido en goles para superar al equipo roGaizka Garitano feels sorry for not being able to translate the large amount of chances into goals to pull back the game
Defeated in the derby by Osasuna
The team from Navarre get the three points with their only chance, while Athletic hit the posts two times in the second half
Vencedor, fourth player to make his debut this season
The player from Bilbao joins Oihan Sancet, Larrazabal, and Jokin Ezkieta
“We must focus our attention on LaLiga; it’s time to win”
Gaizka Garitano gives his view on tomorrow’s “vital” match against Osasuna: “We need to catch our breath and put an end to our winless run”
Raúl García, after the return of LaLiga: “We must give that boost”
“The team has made great efforts to get better results and the feeling is good,” says the player from Navarre
INSIDE | Athletic Club-Granada CF, one more step towards Seville
This is how we lived the first match of the Copa del Rey Semifinals versus CF Granada in San Mamés