Adria Dalmau has a chance to prove himself up front for Real Mallorca. | Teresa Ayuga
Real Mallorca face a high voltage away game against bottom club Rayo Vallecano at midday tomorrow. The Madrid club are in the middle of internal conflict, according to reports, after a punch-up between players and the coach at the training ground on Friday. Let's hope that's not a taste of things to come. The capital's third side (they have a bigger fan base than Getafe) are an unashamedly working class outfit from a working class neighbourhood, Vallecas, and have been one of Spain's perennial yo-yo teams despite being relegated last May after a record (for them) five seasons in La Liga.