“I still trust Rubi. It is still early and the situation can be reversed. ” The words of the president of Betis, Ángel Haro, have tried to reassure a complicated week in the surroundings of his entity. True to a self-destructive character of a cyclical nature, Betis is in relegation places when only a year ago he was strolling through the Europa League defeating Milan (1-2) with a recognizable style of play. That last course he won at Camp Nou (3-4) and at the Bernabéu (0-2) and reached the semifinals of the Cup, eliminated by Valencia. Now, Rubi, the coach who replaced Quique Setién, plays a good part of the position this Sunday (14.00, GolTV) in a regional derby in Los Cármenes in which Granada will be the leader if it wins after the classic has been postponed.