The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) is carefully studying Malaga's request to exceptionally eliminate the limitation to align a minimum of seven professional footballers and a maximum of four with affiliate information.. The Malaga club strengthened this argument with other extraordinary measures accepted by FIFA such as accepting that there are up to five substitutions during a match (they must be carried out in three phases and not in five) and the calls with 23 players compared to the usual 18.

The team trained by Sergio Pellicer has a very tight squad as a result of the poor planning of Abdullah Al Thani. There are 18 professionals and 12 with an affiliate record. In this situation the alarms went off. Dani Pacheco, Boulahroud, Benkhemassa, Ramón Enríquez and Cristo Romero suffer different injuries that make their presence difficult next Friday against Huesca. But also the concern grew during the game that Pellicer proposed in the session last Saturday. Four soccer players with problems. Buenacasa (muscle overload), Luis Hernández (right acute collapse), Aarón Ñíguez (capsulitis in his right knee) and Tete Morente (deltoid sprain). Seven players with a professional record and two subsidiaries. What was missing from Malaga! The coach will have to spin very fine to be able to count on any of them in the resumption of the championship. Hence the importance of the proposal raised before a federative entity being considered by the federative entity.

As will be remembered, Malaga was denounced by Racing for including nine players with a second team record in the call.or. Málaga kept four of them in the starting eleven for many minutes: Ismael Casas, Luis Muñoz, Keidi Bare and Hugo Vallejo (who was replaced at 86 'by another subsidiary, Ramón Enríquez). Gonzalo, Cristo, Iván Jaime and Hicham completed the call. The Competition Committee resolved the case with a fine of 301 euros.

Shield / Flag Málaga

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