Competition is meaningless without fans

In addition, in this category, where significant amounts of money are moved, it is the fans who maintain the teams with their contributions through tickets, raffles, expenses at the bar, etc. On the other hand, we are the members, who are an important part of the club economy, and we pay some bills to see some meetings that we are being deprived of. For all this, as a partner and a fan, I think that meetings without an audience should not be held in Third. Another very different situation is that of professional football, in which televisions are the ones that contribute most of the budgets and where fans can follow the evolution of their teams through the small screen and the sponsors see their economic contribution amortized .

This day was again marked by the postponement of two matches, that of La Corredoria, which had to face Urraca and Condal, and that of Pepe Quimarán between Llanera and Praviano. These postponements leave us with unrealistic classifications in the two groups, as there are teams that played three games, another two and no less than five, just one game. As the postponements are celebrated, the classification will change.

Of the eight games played, the most striking thing is that in five there were some sent off, which marked the final result. In El Bayu, Valdesoto added their first points in the return to the category by beating Siero, who played 80 minutes with one less, a rivalry that would surely have made the visiting fans enjoy. In Las Tolvas, the Titanic endorsed the good image of the first day in Noreña and beat Tuilla, one of those called to fight for the first place in his group and who added his second consecutive defeat, although for this it was also decisive that the El Candín’s team played 55 minutes with one man less. Another decisive expulsion was that of the L’Entregu goalkeeper at 18 minutes, which allowed San Martín to win the derby.