BY Jason Moore CONGRATULATIONS to Real Mallorca; they plan to increase the size of their ground eventhough they are still facing relegation. Under plans presented to the city council yesterday the new “Son Moix” will have a capacity for 40'000 people, eventhough the club is struggling to fill 22'000 places at the moment. But there is some sence in Mallorca's plan. The three tower blocks which will be built at angles to the ground could prove to be a major source of revenue if they are transformed into offices, a leisure zones or even apartments. But Mallorca need to be careful. It is no good having a first class ground in the second division. The main aim of the club at the moment is to battle to stay in the top flight; everything else should be on hold. Granted that Mallorca have picked up seven points out of a possible nine in their last three matches but there are still facing relegation problems. For a football club to be successful it needs to win. If Mallorca were challenging for trophies they perhaps might need a bigger ground. The only thing they are fighting to avoid at the moment is the wooden spoon. My advice, forget redevelopment plans and spend the money on some decent players; increase your merchandising which is almost non-existant and get some decent sponsors. Once all that is done and Mallorca is safe from relegation then plan for the future.