The 2007/2008 LaLiga season was one of Valencia’s worst. Voro tells Batzine how they escaped the drop. The unthinkable had happened. As the season drew to a close in 2008, Valencia had found themselves in the thick of a relegation scrap. Los Che were mired in 15th, two points from the drop. Its coach, the […]Continue Reading
2021 has only just begun, but it’s set to be a long one for Valencia if they continue playing like this.
Make no mistake about it. Los Che are in deep trouble. Although tonight’s draw has temporarily lifted them out of the drop zone, the situation is starting to get desperate for Javi Gracia’s men.Continue Reading
Just a year ago, Hugo Guillamon was still an academy player. These days, he’s a regular presence at the Mestalla. But while he’s firmly in the spotlight now, the young centre-back is not feeling the pressure. What’s his secret on staying calm? Batzine spoke to him to find out. Making the switch playing in the […]Continue Reading
Hugo Guillamon is still unsatisfied. Despite scoring his first goal against Alaves last month with a towering header that secured a draw for Valencia, the young centre-back rues that it was only worth a point. “I would have liked to score in a game that would have helped the team to win, but it was […]Continue Reading
Another game, another fightback.
Just when Valencia looked to have thrown this game away, they managed to escape from the jaws of defeat once again when Manu Vallejo popped up with a header with just 7 minutes left on the clock.Continue Reading
Valencia looked to have lost it all at the death. In the 94th minute of a pulsating game against Getafe last month, they had conceded a second goal after being 1-0 up for much of the match. A man down after Thierry Correria’s red card and with just a minute on the clock left, it […]Continue Reading
Valencia is more than just a club that simply treats its fans to scintillating football on match days. Over the years, Los Che has styled itself as a club for the city and the region beyond, as it looks to give back to Valencians who have shown unwavering support.Continue Reading
For 90 minutes of normal time, it was a match devoid of much action. Then as fans were about to switch off their televisions, it descended into madness.Continue Reading
LaLiga president Javier Tebas has defended Peter Lim, the majority shareholder of Valencia FC, stating that without the Singaporean, the 101-year-old club might not even be in existence today. “When Lim bought Valencia CF, I remember that there were 25,000 people who turned out at the stadium to thank him. It seems as if we […]Continue Reading
Just seconds before the first half ended, Real Sociedad’s Mikel Merino surged into Valencia’s half attempting to start one last attack. Maxi Gomez was having none of that as The Bull made a 30-metre charge, barged into the midfielder, and received a yellow card for his troubles.Continue Reading