League Summary

League Table

League Table Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Valladolid42261067035+35889,233Víctor - 19AlbertoPromoted
2Almería42248107349+24808,948Míchel - 12Sander WesterveldPromoted
3Real Murcia42211386245+177612,231Iván Alonso - 14Antonio NotarioPromoted
4Ciudad Murcia42189155244+8633,224Henok Goitom - 15José Juan Figueras 1
5Cádiz421516115345+86115,214Jonathan Sesma - 9Armando
6Albacete421612144948+1605,322Antonio Calle - 11Raúl Valbuena
7Tenerife42186184851-3609,662Ayoze García - 9Bernardo Domínguez
8Numancia421513144844+4584,762Bolo, Kenji Fukuda - 10Juan Pablo Colinas
9Xerez421610164742+5587,693Javier Camuñas - 9Julio Iglesias
10Elche421610164746+1586,643Gastón Casas - 12Willy Caballero
11Poli Ejido421610165250+2584,138Mariano Toedtli, Juan Manuel Ortiz - 9Kike Lopez
12Salamanca421512155350+3576,792Braulio Nóbrega - 14Felip Ortiz
13Sporting Gijón4216818535305611,685Edwin Congo - 11Roberto
14Castellón421511164841+75610,048Natalio - 13Xavi Oliva
15Málaga421413154950-15514,714Antonio Hidalgo, Salva Ballesta - 10Francesc Arnau
16Hércules421412164852-4547,571Moisés - 10Sergio Aragoneses
17Alavés421313165160-9525,262Arthuro, John Aloisi - 6Stéphane Porato
18Las Palmas421312175159-85113,230Marcos Márquez - 21Ángel Pindado
19Real Madrid Castilla421310195567-12493,733Álvaro Negredo - 18Jordi CodinaRelegated
20Ponferradina421113184561-16466,429Nabil Baha, Rubén Vega - 9Rubio ManuelRelegated
21Lorca Deportiva42910233760-23374,202Juan Carlos Ramos - 8Javier JaureguiRelegated
22Vecindario4297264281-39341,895Xisco - 14Marián KelemenRelegated

Leaders

Red Cards
1. Samuel Baños2 squads 4
2. Aurelio SantosCastellón 3
ManéAlmería 3
Andrés FleurquinCádiz 3
MíchelSporting Gijón 3
SunnyPoli Ejido 3
Suarez Marcos • Vecindario 3
8. Rubén TorrecillaCiudad Murcia 2
Pedro MairataAlmería 2
Raúl CámaraSporting Gijón 2
Carmelo GonzálezHércules 2
Xavi MoroLorca Deportiva 2
Ayoze Díaz DíazCiudad Murcia 2
Xavier MoréCastellón 2
Marc BertránTenerife 2
Ayoze GarcíaTenerife 2
RodriCastellón 2
Albert CrusatAlmería 2
Santiago AcasieteAlmería 2
Joaquín BornesPonferradina 2
SietesNumancia 2
Aythami ArtilesLas Palmas 2
David CañasAlbacete 2
José Juan LuqueCiudad Murcia 2
Ramón de QuintanaCádiz 2
Gastón CasasElche 2
Edwin CongoSporting Gijón 2
AgusReal Madrid Castilla 2
José ZahínosAlbacete 2
Raúl GañánSalamanca 2
Miguel PalenciaReal Madrid Castilla 2
Alexandre GeijoXerez 2
Braulio NóbregaSalamanca 2
Kike MateoHércules 2
Sergio MantecónHércules 2
Javi GarcíaReal Madrid Castilla 2
Juan Manuel FuentesPonferradina 2
Branislav BajićXerez 2
Lucas AlessandríaPonferradina 2
BrunoAlmería 2
Rubén VegaPonferradina 2
Fran Dominguez • Ponferradina 2
David BarralSporting Gijón 2
Óscar PérezTenerife 2
Nenad MirosavljevićVecindario 2
Andreu GueraoSporting Gijón 2
Ruano Jesus • Vecindario 2
Mario RosasCastellón 2
Clean Sheets
1. AlbertoValladolid 18
2. Xavi OlivaCastellón 15
3. ArmandoCádiz 14
4. Kike Lopez • Poli Ejido 13
RobertoSporting Gijón 13
6. Willy CaballeroElche 12
Juan Pablo ColinasNumancia 12
Antonio NotarioReal Murcia 12
9. Bernardo DomínguezTenerife 11
10. Sander WesterveldAlmería 9
Rubio Manuel • Ponferradina 9
Julio IglesiasXerez 9
Sergio AragonesesHércules 9

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