Real Mallorca have started their pre-season preparations with eleven new signings. The first evening, however, didn't go according to plan. With an almost-new squad, coach Vicente Moreno put the players through a fitness regime for the upcoming long campaign in Segunda B (nine pitches out of the 20 clubs participating in our Group III have synthetic surfaces). Around 19.30 last Tuesday night, 20 teenage reprobates took it on themselves to arrive at the Son Bibiloni to cause trouble. They came armed with smoke bombs and flares and wasted no time in setting them off. Their intentions were to intimidate Antonio Raillo as he basically is the only defender left from last season. It's not the first time Antonio's run the gauntlet of abuse, as at the last home game against Getafe he sat in the stand and was given pelters. Our relegation wasn't solely Raillo's fault as all the other players were equally to blame. Worse was to follow as the police got interested and have threatened to close the Ultras match day fenced-off area if indeed there is any more trouble.