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Valencia: 2015/16 season preview


APAVCF has kindly predicted the new season for Onefootball. Here's their 2015/16 season preview.

When Atletico Madrid won La Liga in 2014 it marked the first time a club other than Barcelona or Real Madrid had lifted the title since Valencia ten years previously, and only the second time in those intervening years that Barca and Real hadn’t finished in the top two.

All was back to ‘normal’ last season though as Barcelona and Real dominated the Primera División with 16 and 14 points ahead third-placed Atletico. Córdoba and Almería were the bottom two with 13th-placed Elche joining them in the Segunda División following punishment for unpaid taxes.

This season sees Real Betis, Sporting Gijón and Las Palmas join the ranks of the Spanish elite, with Las Palmas playing in La Liga for the first time since 2001/02.

APAVCF have predicted what the 2015/16 season will look like for La Liga and for Valencia. Below you will find their predictions for the season under #MySeasonPreview and you’ll find their ideal Valencia lineup for the upcoming season.

You too can get involved in the #MySeasonPreview by predicting your own 2015/16 season here and you could be in with a chance to win Beats by Dre headphones, a 2015/16 football kit of your choice or a retro football shirt from Campo Retro in our competition.

APAVCF: 2015/16 Season Preview

APAVCF’s 2015/16 Best XI

Where will Valencia finish?

We wish for 1st, but in reality probably 4th or 5th.

Valencia’s Top Scorer?

Paco Alcacer

Valencia’s Key Player?

Andre Gomes

Which player does Valencia need to get rid of?

Yoel Rodriguez

 

You too can get involved in the #MySeasonPreview by predicting your own 2015/16 season here and you could be in with a chance to win Beats by Dre headphones, a 2015/16 football kit of your choice or a retro football shirt from Campo Retro.

Head back to the Premier League season previews.