BadalonaOne of the great surprises of the Cup. It comes from eliminating Getafe 2-0 and in the previous round he did the same with Real Oviedo (3-1). His success butcher contrasts with his precarious situation in the League: he is 16th in Group III with 20 points. His goalkeeper, José Luis Morales, is the most veteran active player in the first three categories of Spanish football. The goal turned 43 on December 26 and in April he will become the oldest player to play a match in the bronze division.Leonese CulturalA history of Spanish football that in recent years has become a classic of clashes against First teams in the KO tournament. in 16-17 Madrid already touched him (1-7 and 6-1) and last season he faced Barça and was about to scratch a draw in the Kingdom of León (0-1 and 4-1). In the 21st century he also received the Catalans again and twice the Atlético. The Aspire Academy project in Qatar is running second in group II with 38 points. He has eliminated Las Rozas (3-0) and Huesca (2-1). Dioni and Menudo form one of the most dangerous couples in attack.RecreationalThe Dean of Spanish football eliminated Hercules (0-1) and on penalties to Fuenlabrada (1-0). After being first of the group last season and falling in the playoff to the first of change, first precisely with Fuenla and then with Mirandés, he sails, with 24 points, in the middle of the group IV table.UD LogroñésThe leader of group II (has 41 points) is also in the hype after eliminating Marino de Luanco (2-1) and on penalties to Cádiz. It has become a regular Cup: since 2010 it has only missed two editions. It has on its staff César Caneda (41 years old), another veteran and historical of the category.Unionists of SalamancaIt is the sixth season in competition for this young team that was born to honor the Salamanca Sports Union. Last season he fell in the second round and this has eliminated Atlético Baleares (1-0) and penalties Deportivo (1-1). In League is antepenultimate of group II with 19 points. You can not play in the Helmántico because of its rivalry with the current Salamanca CF UDS, owner of the emblematic stadium. White’s rival will be one of eight survivors of Second B and Third. This is, The teams that may face Real Madrid in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey are: Ebro, Ibiza, Badajoz, Badalona, Cultural Leonesa, UD Logroñés and Unionistas de Salamanca. The crossing will be resolved in a single game away from the Bernabéu on January 21, 22 or 23.EbroThe Harlequin team plays its fifth consecutive season in the bronze category and this is their third participation in the KO tournament. Last season he already enjoyed the experience of facing a First Division team: in the round of 16 he received Valencia at La Romareda. He is ranked 13th in Group III of Second B with 24 points and has reached the draw after eliminating Langreo (2-3) and Ponferradina.IbizaThe Ibicencos are the ambitious project of Amadeo Salvo, former president of Valencia, to take elite football to the island. Last season he bought the vacancy left by Lorca in Segunda B and competed in Group IV with a media project of which the former Italian international Marco Borriello was part. He is trained by former Sevillista Pablo Alfaro and marches third in Group I with 37 points (he won 1-2 to Castilla on the 12th day). He has reached the 16th after eliminating Pontevedra (0-2) and penalties for Albacete (1-1). In their ranks is the Second B pichichi: Rodado (12 goals, the same as Gabarre and Rufo). In its subsidiary plays Gianluca Simeone, the son of Cholo.BadajozThe pacense team is another candidate for promotion, in this case in group IV: last year it was eliminated in the first round of the playoff against UD Logroñés. He has eliminated Amorebieta (0-1) and Las Palmas (2-1). His coach is Mehdi Nafti. Real Madrid already enters the Copa del Rey competition after being exempt from the first two qualifiers for playing the Spanish Super Cup. The Zidane team will begin their participation in the round of 16 and will meet their first opponent in the KO tournament next Tuesday, January 14, in the draw to be held at 1:00 p.m. in the Football City of Las Rozas, headquarters of the RFEF.
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