Head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, refuses to give in and still feels it’s possible to complete the fixture list in Spain sooner than later!!
The big question is “Can Mallorca stay in top flight Spanish football?”
The next couple of months will determine where Takefusa Kubo plays his football next term.
Despite the ruling citing two rounds of games initially, the ban on spectators will be in place for as long as is deemed necessary by the Government.
I know it’s still early March and there’s a lot of football to be played (12 games) but a glance at the La Liga table shows a gaggle of four teams who will spend the next 12 weeks fighting for survival.
We just haven’t got that killer instinct that’s required. Next up it’s Eibar away on Saturday at 13:00 hrs, a must-win game!
Real Mallorca face a struggle of Titanic proportions when they play high-flying Madrid side Getafe.
This was a mad, entertaining game of football that Betis should have won and were disappointed not to.
Mallorca’s precarious league position means that we’re going to be in and out of the relegation drop zone as the weeks go by.
Mallorca fought hard to keep their noses in front.