Luis Garcia Plaza has confirmed today the news advanced yesterday exclusively by OKDIARIO: after the promotion, it was automatically renewed for one more season, so will remain linked to the club until June 2023. On the other hand, in an institutional act with the OK Mobility firm, the coach said that he “follows” the process of recovering Rail and of Kubo. For his part, the business director Alfonso Diaz He has admitted that there are many seats in poor condition, as well as that the access turnstiles to the stadium do not work properly, and has assured that “they are working” on solving both problems.
LGP has not set a date for the return to the fields of Raíllo and Kubo, although it does not seem that it will be in the short term. The Cordovan center-back has not played since the first match against Betis, while the Japanese winger was injured in the sixth, at the Santiago Bernabéu. Instead, Yes that confirmed the imminent return of the Serbian Sedlar, that could be available next week against Valencia “or at the latest on the next matchday against Sevilla.”
As for the internationals, the coach has said that Baba lHe would bequeath to the island tomorrow, while the one who will join later will be the American Matthew Hoppe, who plays this morning against Costa Rica. Hoppe will no longer travel to San Sebastián with the rest of the expedition because his return is scheduled for late on Friday.. As for the rest, Junior Lake is already on the island, just like Fer Niño and Dominik Greif. Remember that Martin Valjent He resigned from his call-up with the Slovak national team due to physical problems.
On the other hand, OK Mobility, official sponsor of RCD Mallorca, has delivered the new squad cars in an event held today Wednesday at the headquarters of the mobility company and which has had the participation of the CEO of OK Mobility, Othman Ktiri, the Business CEO of RCD Mallorca, Alfonso Díaz, the Sports CEO, Pablo Ortells and the
coach, Luís García.
At the end of this act, in which LGP has confirmed the news of OKDIARIO, Alfonso Díaz has been questioned about the poor condition of many of the seats in the Son Moix stadium, as well as the slowness of the access mechanism to the venue through the screwsyou. The CEO has stated that they are “working” on a solution, although he has not set a specific deadline.