The Celtic will receive his favorite rival on Saturday behind closed doors
This Saturday was a game marked in red by fans of Celtic. Get to Ballads the Villarreal, the rival that has been best given to the Vigo team in the last year and a half. Duels with the ‘yellow submarine’ have been the few joys that the celestial have given their followers in two seasons of constant suffering for permanence. However, this time Celticism will not be able to encourage theirs from the stands as they did last year in the unforgettable match that marked the beginning of ‘A Nosa Reconquista’. The coronavirus crisis forces us to play behind closed doors. The Celtic inspiration against the yellows has suffered especially Javier Calleja. The current Villarreal coach was dismissed in December 2018 when Celta led by Miguel Cardoso won by 2-3. Reconquest. The Madrid coach regained the position weeks later and on March 30, 2019 he took a blow on the most magical night that Balaidos has lived in recent years. The locals, with Fran Escribá on the bench, they traced two goals in a dramatic match (3-2) and remembered as the one of the Reconquest.The streaky streak against Villarreal extended this course. Óscar García achieved his first triumph with Celta by 1-3 at the Ceramics Stadium.Denis: “Does it make sense to play without fans?”The decision of the Government to play the next two days of LaLiga behind closed doors due to the coronavirus does not convince Denis Suarez. The midfielder shared on the social networks the request for suspension made by the Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE) and raised the following reflection: 2 We play for the fans. Does it make sense to play without them? “. The opinion of the attacker coincides with that of Celta. The Vigués club has requested The league the suspension of the next two days. At the same time, the olive organization has adopted as a health prevention measure the closure to the public of the facilities of To Madroa and Balaidos. For this reason press conferences will not be held and will also affect the meetings of the lower categories, which will be played without spectators.