With three matches to go until the end of the competition in ‘División de Honor Juvenil’ Group 4, Málaga CF’s academy team has been proclaimed champions, for the second consecutive year. Manel Ruano’s team only needed one point to claim the top spot mathematically, which they did with a goalless away draw to Séneca CF.

Teams in Málaga CF’s youth academy have a less demanding schedule this coming weekend. Atlético Malagueño play the brought forward 32nd match of the season in Los Molinos, and the ‘Juvenil División de Honor’ boys could be proclaimed group champions mathematically, should they earn one more point more than Sevilla FC.

La Academia player, José Luis Zalazar ‘Kuki’ scored the equaliser against France (1-1), in the last match of the Elite Round in Benidorm, taking Spain through to Europe in the category.

Teams in Málaga CF’s youth ranks achieved the following results in matches over the weekend. The reserve team secured an important win in the fight for play-off positions, and the ‘Juvenil División de Honor’ boys are just one point away from mathematically securing the group 4 championship.

Teams in Málaga CF’s youth academy have the following match timetable this coming weekend:

La Academia goalkeeper, Aitor Embela has been selected to join Equatorial Guinea for two friendlies during the FIFA calendar, against Egypt and the Ivory Coast on 26th and 30th March.

Neither the ‘Alevines’ nor ‘Benjamines’ reached the final of the II ‘Ciudad de Camas’ Tournament, which took place on Sunday in Sevilla. The ‘Alevines’ lost out to Recreativo de Huelva in the penalty shoot-out, whilst the ‘Benjamines’ were defeated by Sevilla FC.

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