Paco Liaño, Zamora best in the history of the Spanish League
Paco Liaño It is one of the doormen that we encountered football in years 90 more we struck. The goalkeeper Spaniard was part of one of the teams that made history at that time, Super Depor Arsenio Iglesias.
The Spanish keeper was history of the League campaign 1993-1994 in which Deportivo La Coruna He stood at the gates to achieve the first League history. Within the bitterness that meant losing that tournament at the last minute of the last day, both the club and the fans deportivista had the consolation that their goalkeeper achieve the Zamora award at least that season thrashed.
But Paco Liaño not only it managed to be the goalkeeper fewest goals conceded (18) but it passed into history as the best Zamora history since disputed the 38 parties which places it in an average of 0,47 goals per game. Something no one had ever gotten as you can see in this link.
The Spaniard footballer and added his second trophy (last season he had shared with Santiago Cañizares at that time militated in the ranks of Celta de Vigo, eternal rival Sports). But this time was special by the fact alone win and get the best average of goals since the inception of the competition in season 1928-1929. further, Liaño He had also been the fewest goals in the second division when he defended T-Shirt Sestao (1990-1991).
Jan Oblak IGUALA record PACO LIAÑO
The bitter taste of not having achieved that could sweeten League just a year later. Depor with Paco Liaño in goal proclaimed champion Copa del Rey at the Santiago Bernabeu in a historic final that faced Valencia. further, before leaving the blue and white discipline, also it would add one Supercopa of Spain in 1995-1996.
Record Liaño It was recently matched by Jan Oblak, Atletico Madrid goalkeeper. Slovak also conceded 18 goals in 38 parties in the 2015-2016 so also it signed an incredible average 0,47 goals per match.