After a summer without rest with the European Championship and the Olympic Games , LaLiga 2021-2022 starts in what is an atypical season for several reasons. The domestic competition has had to say goodbye to two of its great pillars, Leo Messi and Sergio Ramos , in the midst of an atmosphere of tension and open war between President Tebas with some clubs. The return of the fans to all stadiums, the best news. You are with the keys to a ‘crazy’ League.
A League of Stars … without stars
With the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus in 2018, the formerly known as ‘League of the stars’ began to be dismantled. A sports brain drain that has culminated in the goodbye of Leo Messi and Sergio Ramos, heading to PSG.
The league in which historically the greatest world figures have played sooner or later does not seem like the best destination to choose when changing teams, and only footballers of the stature of Benzema, Agüero, Alaba, Modric, Griezmann or Luis Suárez they keep that international bar at a good level.
The return of the public to all stadiums
All the First and Second stadiums will finally see fans in their stands. The Government approved the entry of a maximum of 40% of the total capacity of the stadiums, which means that stadiums such as the Wanda Metropolitano can access around 27,000 spectators.
Good news, without a doubt, for all the teams that will be able to hear again the chants and cheers that make the difference between playing away or at home; the court factor that was lost with the pandemic.
Open war between Madrid, Barça and Tebas
The economic agreement with the CVC that Barça and Real Madrid oppose , as well as Athletic and Real Oviedo, is just the last battle between the two greats of the Spanish club and LaLiga president Javier Tebas.
The bad relationship between Florentino Pérez and Joan Laporta with the top president of the domestic competition goes back a long way, but was blown up with the announcement of the Super League.
Therefore, there is a very particular circumstance that does not occur in any other of the five major leagues: the two assets that project the most international image do not have a good relationship with the company that governs the competition.
The Barça with doubts by the salary limit
Beyond the sporting impact that the absence of Leo Messi will have on the Barça team, the economic problems that FC Barcelona is going through may prevent it from registering some of its recent incorporations, which would leave Koeman’s team in the picture.
Atlético, the rival to dethrone
The Atletico Madrid won the league last season eleventh. The Cholo Simeone team has made an impressive leap in quality since the Argentine took over at the rojiblancos ten years ago.
With the loss of Messi and a Real Madrid with many players of medium profile, everything indicates that the ball will start rolling with Atlético again the favorite, as they are the most trained team and used to playing together as a block.
Valencia vs Getafe, the first course
José Bordalás will meet again with his Getafe, now in the hands of Míchel, in the first duel of the season, not exempt from curiosity. These are the schedules for Day 1 of LaLiga 2021/2022.
Friday 9:00 pm: Valencia vs Getafe.
Saturday 19:30: Mallorca vs Betis.
Saturday 19:30: Cádiz vs Levante.
Saturday 22: 0 Alavés vs Real Madrid.
Saturday 22:00 Osasuna vs Espanyol.
Sunday 17:30 Celta vs Atlético.
Sunday 20:00 Barça vs Real Sociedad.
Sunday 22:15 Sevilla vs Rayo.
Monday 20:00 Villarreal vs Granada.
Monday 22:00: Elche vs Athletic.
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