Real’s Hetape, which has been swept away by La Liga despite heavy snow at the level of paralysis.
The Primera Liga Secretariat pushed ahead with the match schedule despite Spain’s record snowfall. In the aftermath, players even took risks to live a wandering life or navigate through the snowfield.
With the first snowfall in 50 years in Spain, La Liga teams are also having a hard time. The entire country has reached a level of paralysis, with up to 50 centimeters of snow piled up in central Spain around the capital Madrid, blocking roads and closing airports 메이저사이트
The Spanish professional football La Liga also suffered the damage. The Real Madrid squad was stranded at the airport for four hours on a flight to Pamplona in northern Spain for a match against Osasuna. Real had a 0-0 draw with Osasuna on the 10th (Korean time).
“It wasn’t a football match,” Real coach Zinedine Zidane said after the match. “It was not a ground situation,” he said. “The game should have been postponed. I don’t know when and how to go back.
Local media in Spain have been controversial over whether to postpone the match. “Mundo Deportivo” said Lari had asked the Secretariat to postpone the game before Real went on an expedition. On the other hand, “Marca” countered that the club did not make an official request to the league secretariat, contrary to what was known.
Regardless of whether he requested a delay or not, Real has to live a wandering life for the time being due to snow. Real will have to play against Athletic Bilbao in the semifinals of the Supercoppa in Malaga on the 14th. According to Marca, Real will not return to Madrid due to heavy snow, but will immediately move to Malaga.
If Real wins against Bilbao, he will have to play in the Supercoppa final on the 17th. There are Copa del Rey on the 20th and La Liga on the 24th, all of which are away games. In the worst case scenario, Real may not be able to return home during five consecutive away matches.
The Hetape players took the risk of cleaning up their own snow and even pushing their cars to participate in the game. Hetape will play an away match against Elche on the 12th. Marca and As said that Lariga ignored Getafe’s demand to postpone the schedule and sent Uber taxis to move the players to the airport.
The transportation prepared by Lariga was also useless in front of the power of nature. The vehicle, which was heading to Barahas airport with its players on board, did not budge from the huge snow fields. Hetape players such as Eric Cabaco, Francisco Portillo, and Kucho Hernandez were reported on SNS to scoop out snow themselves and push the vehicle out of the snowfield.