Green sprouts in Girona. The triumph in the past day against Fuenlabrada has given the rojiblanco team a great boost in morals. The level of play was the minimum that is asked of a set full of resources, the intensity the ideal and the result, the desired (0-1). In addition, the team of Pep Lluís Martí managed to shake off the ghosts that were chasing him when he plays at home and, in this aspect has come out of the descent.Girona was the only visitor of the day that managed to add the three points and that served to return to the playoff promotion positions. And what is also important, cut points with respect to the second classified, Almeria, because it already glimpses eight and have a point of advantage over Numancia, seventh. Winning outside seems crucial to achieve the goal and after doing so in Fuenlabrada, Girona already has earned 11 points away from Montilivi this course. A somewhat poor figure compared to the first two in the table, Cádiz (21) and Almería (23), but at least the rojiblancos are not in the relegation zone in this aspect. They are tied at 11 points with Depor and Oviedo, and they have already placed four teams below, which are Ponferradina (ten), Sporting (ten), Lugo (nine) and Racing (seven). The triumph in Fuenlabrada is expected not to be a mirage because chaining good results outside is one of the pending subjects of the season. So much so that In the 13 games played the balance is three wins, two draws and eight losses. To date, the good results at home (it is the second best place in the category, with 27 points) has been covering up this lack a bit, but it’s a step forward. And without a doubt, the Calendar will put you to the test because your next four duels at home are aúpa: it’s up to you to visit Depor, Mirandés, Las Palmas and Elche.