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The Club Deportivo whose president was Lendoiro in 1991 achieved promotion in the Primera Divisi?n. Until then the team had never won the famous cup like Liga, nor a Copa and never had played an European match.
In the Year 1973 until 1991 it didn't play in the Primera Divisi?n, because of deep frustration of all its supporters. How, in 2008, Deportivo is considered a big club in Europe.
During 20th century when Jos? Mar?a Abalo returned to his hometown of La Coru?a from studies in England. That would not have so unique if he hadn't brought the concept of modern football with him. He introduced this phenomenon to some of his friends, and these men began to practice the sport in the town.
Corunna vs Diligent
In March 1904, the first recorded serious football match took place at the Corral?n de la Gaiteira, where Abalo and his companions formed a team entitled Corunna and played against a team consisting of English crew men from the ship Diligent.
The game has reached a new level in La Coru?a as members of the prestigious gymnasium Sala Calvet began to take notice of this exotic activity. As time passed by, the game grew to such heights that youngsters belonging to Sala Calvet decided to create their own team.
Stadium now called Viejo Riazor
The Civil Governor Luis Moyano passed the proper regulations on the formation of the club on May 11, 1907. One and a half year later, Spanish King Alfonso XIII conceded the mark of royalty to the club while he also accepted the role of Honorary President of the now called Real Club Deportivo.
At the same time, Deportivo's first home pitch at Corral?n de la Gaiteira would become obsolete and they moved to a stadium now called Viejo Riazor.
The success of the Spanish national team in the 1920 Olympics in Amberes, football become popular throughout Spain. This eventually led to the establishment of a national tournament which would end the regional championships. This form had existed throughout the country's numerous provinces.
Deportivo began to take part in many friendly exhibitions within and out of Galicia until 1928, when the Liga was born. However, club failed to qualify for the Primera Divisi?n season of 1928/1929. Instead they started playing in the Segunda Divisi?n.
Phases of Restructuring
The administration of the club was completely restructured with the objective of healing it economically, socially while finding a sense of sportive stability. In 1988, an historic assembly took place and elected new president for the club Fans, players and the directing staff all came together to place Deportivo forced to retire.
Theme called walk or explode
The situation of the club was not very encouraging in initial decades. The debt had grown about ?4 million euro while the social implantation of the club was very weak. They were no proper future strategy designed nor prepared for the sportive aspect of the club.
The number one priority of the directors was to retire debts and to find economical assurance. There was a popular theme called walk or explode, which later would be referred to as a miracle once the club was able to support itself again.
Once again the dying seconds of the season would decide the fate of Deportivo. But after having missed 18 years of football in the Primera Divisi?n, Deportivo defeated Murcia in play-off matches and finally achieved promotion.
All of La Coru?a and Galicia were soaked in joy and the blanquiazul world would then start to move beyond its borders, as fans all across the nation were to join the Deportivo cause.
The club had missed out European football for the first time since 1998 and two other important player left the club. Thus new coach was arrived in early June 2005 from Sevilla, who is known for his capacity to work with youngsters, the biggest reconstruction since 1998 took place.
Other coaches who were named as possible successors were Javier Aguirre, Ernesto Valverde, V?ctor Mu?oz, Vicente Del Bosque, Jose Antonio Camacho, Luis Fern?ndez, Bernd Schuster and Marcelo Bielsa.
During season 2005-06 the team completely failed to impress their audience in most matches, and Club's performance was totally dissatisfied. Most players were engaged in gamble on standard plays. Thus team missed out all prizes as more spectators stayed away.
In team history for the first time since 1991 the team didn't qualify for European football for second time. Despite the presence of younger players, the usual starters still were the veterans.
Some player wanted to leave, other had disciplinary problem and two player of club had their contracts running cancelled Taborda had been more out injured than available.