The last two draws in the league (against Mirandés and Albacete) have caused Girona’s direct promotion options this year to be scarce, but it is not an impossible mission. What’s more, the rojiblanco team has accustomed its fans to make good end of the season when he has been a member of the Second Division and is the burning nail that he intends to hold on to in order to advance to the First Division.At present, Pep Lluís Martí’s team accumulates 47 points and is eight from second place, Zaragoza. Hunting it down is one of the priorities, but still looking back because the seventh, the Mirandés, is only five points away. Not failing in the next duels against Las Palmas and Racing and ensuring six points out of six would give a moral boost to a Girona that seeks and needs the last 11 days to be a record. And all so the playoff train doesn’t escape and dream until the end, which will be when you have direct duels against Zaragoza, Cádiz and Almería, with having the possibility of fighting to climb directly. Except for the last two years in First, the past was to forget, the rojiblanco team has reached the last stages of the campaign well when it was in Second. And that the one of the promotion course, the 2016-17, only 12 points out of 33 were signed. But the mattress that the Machín team carried at that time was enough so that the objective did not escape him. The previous ones, in which the playoffs ended and the one of the miraculous permanence of the 2013-14, are to frame. And now they must lead the way. The average that Marti’s team seeks to complete should exceed 20 points out of 33 possible because this would allow him to increase the pressure on his pursuers and leave them without excessive margin of error. In the locker room, they would like to reflect on what was done in the 2014-15 season, when 26 points were collected and the playoff came in third place. But without a doubt, one that marked Girona a lot and that started a glorious path because it was the arrival of Machín to the Girona bench was the one of the 2013-14 campaign. The block reached the 11 days of the League as the last classified with only 30 points and in the last section sealed 21. Not only was the tenure reached, but it finished sixteenth. That shows that everything is possible. And in Girona they have the sample.Martí adds 55.5 percent of the pointsGirona bet on Pep Lluís Martí to redirect the situation after a somewhat convulsive start with Juan Carlos Unzué. The latter only managed to add 44 percent of the disputed points and the sports management opted for his dismissal. Now With Martí it seems that there is more regularity, but his numbers are not entirely exceptional either. What’s more, in his 18 games he has managed to tie 30 points, 55.5 percent, after eight wins, six draws and four defeats. Adding one by one is what is weighing him down lately, but there is confidence.