The unbeaten record of Jose Antonio Caro and Burgos CF goes too far. There are many media, not only national, who are daily concerned with the successful career of the black and white club, having yet to be defeated by nine LaLiga SmartBank matches and occupying playoff positions for promotion to the highest category. One of the last to be heard was the BBC, the UK’s public radio and television service, with the Sports Division today publishing a report entitled Burgos: The Spanish team that broke records began dreaming of the La Liga title (Something like: Burgos, the humble team that breaks records and starts dreaming of La Liga.)
Caro beat Claudio Bravo’s record with Barcelona at the start of the 2014-2015 season against Alaves on Saturday, when he scored 755 minutes without conceding. The Huelva goalkeeper already has 810 and can today increase that number in the match against FC Andorra.
The BBC highlights that Burgos is the only football team on the continent that has not conceded a goal yet. In their article they spoke to black and white sporting director, Miguel Perez Cuesta “Micho”, an old acquaintance of the Premier League after his successful spell at Swansea, who acknowledges that the club’s goal is continuity. “We think about surviving. We know we need 50 points and we have 15, but in football and in life it’s all about a dream,” Michaux says.
In this regard, the Asturian sports director is optimistically looking to the future if the club continues to do things well. “We are closer to La Liga than going down and in five years we can be in the top flight if we keep doing really good things.”
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