Player jinx: 34 straight games without a win in Primera
That they put the 'San Benito' on you’ of jinxed player it's not nice at all. But it is that being a professional soccer player and jumping 34 consecutive games without a win in the top flight should not be very motivating. A new record occurred in the Spanish First Division or Liga Santander. And it is that the left side of Elche, Carlos Clerc, added his party number 34 without getting the victory in the highest category.
Player jinx: Carlos Clerc and his more than 2 years without winning a game
The truth is that the last 2 Clerc's years are worthy of study. Between injuries and defeats, the Catalan winger hasn't known what it's like to win a match for a long time. And it is that it splices 20 defeats and 13 draws between Levante, which has accumulated a terrible streak, and Elche, which has an even worse one. Something that does not leave the footballer very well.
With the 34 parties, Clerc surpassed as a jinxed player Jaime Romero who was precisely his teammate at Osasuna 2016-17, one of the teams with the worst defenses in the history of the Spanish League. Romero and Clerc were starters in that team that precisely did not go down in history.
Jaime Romero still does not know the victory in First Division
Jaime Romero, of Osasuna, it was the first jinxed player who hooked so many games without getting a win. The first game not won with Romero on the field was the 5 May 2012. Romero played in Granada and lost 1-2 against Real Madrid in the day 37 of that season. In the next, in the 12-13, He did not win any of the 11 encounters in which played with the Grenadian team. The most he got was 5 draws.
In his season almost to forget about Osasuna in 2017, Jaime Romero disputed or 19 games with the rojillos and did not get any victory either. But the best thing is that the record is still valid because the footballer did not play in the First Division again (yes in second) but since the record deals with the highest category, technically still valid. Like that of his former partner who now occupies the first place.