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But how is the Gym doing?

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November 27, 2018

But how is the Gym doing?

Although the Aiglons started the league slowly (1 point in 3 matches), since then, they are progressing at a rate of two points per match. With 23 points on the board, they find themselves in 7th place after about a third of the season. In order to evaluate Patrick Vieira’s side’s start to the campaign, here is a comparison with the numbers achieved by their predecessors.

Behind the Gym of 2016-17, which will forever remain an extraordinary effort (33 points after 13 games, 10 wins), Youcef Atal and his teammates have the highest number of victories (7), on a par with the team led by the duo of Hatem Ben Arfa and Valère Germain.

With the final sprint of the calendar year approaching, the Red and Blacks have 9 points more than their counterparts from last season at the same moment in time. In the last 10 seasons, the Gym of 2018-19 sit on the podium, with a one point deficit on the team from 2015-16, who ended the season with qualification for the Europa League.

An overview of the last ten seasons after 14 games 

2018/19: 23 points (7th) -  7 wins / 2 draws / 5 defeats

2017/18: 14 points (18th) - 4 wins / 2 draws / 8 defeats 

Final league position: 8th

2016/17: 33 points (1st) - 10 wins / 3 draws / 1 defeat

Final league position: 3rd

2015/16: 24 points (4th) - 7 wins / 3 draws / 4 defeats

Final league position: 4th

2014/15: 18 points (12th) - 5 wins / 3 draws / 6 defeats

Final league position: 11th

2013/14: 17 points (13th) - 5 wins / 2 draws / 7 defeats

Final league position: 17th 

2012/13: 19 points (10th) - 4 wins / 7 draws / 3 defeats

Final league position: 4th

2011/12:  11 points (19th) - 2 wins / 5 draws / 7 defeats

Final league position: 13th

2010/11:  16 points (16th) - 4 wins / 4 draws / 6 defeats

Final league position: 17th

2009/10:  20 points (12th) - 6 wins / 2 draws / 6 defeats

Final league position: 15th