Monro Bryce's view on RCD Mallorca's last game and the tough last four games in La Liga.
Monro Bryce's view on Mallorca's real chances of promotion with five games to go.
Real Mallorca took a huge leap towards automatic promotion when they beat a fiesty Mirandes on Saturday night.
Monro Bryce gives his thoughts on RCD Mallorca's dire situation ahead of the next match.
Real Mallorca are falling apart after they suffered back to back defeats for the first time this season!
On Monday night at the Nova Creu Alta we’ll play a team who appear anchored in the relegation zone with the fewest wins in La Segunda.
"At the moment we look like a rabbit stuck in the glare of car headlights."
"I’m expecting a tough and complicated match.”
Real Mallorca came that bit closer to the pinnacle of Spanish football.
The automatic top two promotion places are getting closer and closer and my fingernails are getting shorter and shorter.
Mallorca’s football at the moment is hardly in the caviar bracket but if we don’t have another Fuenlabrada scenario, second place should be secured. Fingers crossed!
After the crazy result at Fuenlabrada it was time for a win and Mallorca duly delivered but not without two huge frights.
The first half was a disaster for Real Mallorca and a nightmare for goalkeeper/captain Manolo Reina.
Real Mallorca are the only side in the second division to play three matches in a week.
"The 0-0 draw was a doom and gloom outcome for us disgruntled Mallorquinistas on Saturday night."
The question now being asked is which two sides are the most reliable candidates to win automatic promotion in May?
Real Mallorca’s seven-month-long unbeaten away run came to a crashing end...
We’ve played 13 games away, winning 9 and drawing 4, and have 60 points in total.
Mallorca to put even more daylight between them and the chasing duo of Almeria and Espanyol.
There won’t be many changes for the game on Sunday from the team that picked up three points at Logroñes last Sunday.
It’s exactly a year ago today since spectators were allowed into the Son Moix.
After our brilliant win over fellow La Liga automatic promotion, the next two fixtures come as a respite to the Palma side.
Mallorca ended this match with a triumph of enormous value that keeps them leading La Liga SmartBank with 54 points.
Mallorca must win on Sunday and send out a clear message to Espanyol, who were fortunate to win here last Sunday.
Real Mallorca’s Valentine’s Day didn’t go according to plan as they failed to get the object of their desire.
Sunday’s game is one that us fans would want to be at, in a heartbeat.
"If we get maximum points Mallorca could take a substantial step in our quest for a quick return to the top table of Spanish football."
Mallorca have a 27-player squad with one objective on the table, promotion to La Liga.
He was one of their outstanding players scoring six goals in 36 appearances.
"The roof of the Son Moix stand would have been raised when we scored that late late goal."
Real Mallorca is preparing to face Girona this Saturday at 20:30 on La Liga Smartbank.
"In 20 minutes all the doubts generated since the end of 2020 were quickly dispersed."
Real Mallorca kick off the second half of their season with a difficult challenge away in Madrid.
A recent survey showed that Espanyol and Real Mallorca will be promoted in May.
Despite this defeat, Mallorca reach the halfway point in the season with an impressive 42 points.
Saturday's match felt like a defeat when RCD Mallorca lost two points and the only ones to blame for the outcome of the game were the team itself.
The Palma side have made one of the best ever starts to a season and lie one point behind league leaders Espanyol.
Mallorca now have a 13-day break until La Liga SmartBank resumes.
As the team reach the 14-day Christmas break, we sit proudly on top of La Segunda SmartBank.
Monro Bryce talks about the victory for RCD Mallorca in a difficult place as Leganes had only lost once at home this season.