Mestalla needs another great night against CA Osasuna

Permanence goes through mestalla. It was demonstrated against Real Sociedad. Valencia’s true lifeline is its stadium and its fans. Rubén Baraja himself recognizes him at each press conference. Pipo’s team clings to the mystique of the old coliseum to get out of the relegation places to the second division. Valencianism knows this and will do everything possible to carry the players.

Like last February 25 in the victory by the minimum against the San Sebastian. That chemistry that was created between the team and its fans is the only way to save the category. Repeating that magical atmosphere is almost an obligation for Valencianism. Mestalla, today more than ever, wants another great night. She needs. At stake is the survival of the club.


The fans will be by the side of the team even before arriving at the stadium. Baraja wanted the welcome to the team bus that he experienced so many times as a Valencia player and he will have it. The Valencian team has summoned two hours before the game to receive the bus on Avenida de Suecia for the first time in the Pipo era. The welcome to the team coach and the subsequent demonstration against Peter Lim are perfectly compatible.

The two actions could be carried out normally under the same device, as confirmed to SUPER police sources. El Pipo was “sad” against Real and is convinced that the warmth of the fans through the streets of the city will give his young team a plus. “We believe that it has been understood how essential it is for our players to access the stadium through the usual entrance and receive our warm support, since the squad and coaching staff are the ones who are going to save us on the pitch.said Liberty.

Protest on Avenida Suecia

Immediately afterwards, Valencianism will concentrate against Meriton. Libertad VCF has summoned the fans to hold a peaceful demonstration on Avenida Suecia from 8:00 p.m. with a novelty. Taking advantage of the festivities, the association has organized a “globotà fallera” at 8:30 p.m. coordinated from the head with more than 2,000 yellow balloons. Subsequently, “access to the stadium with our posters up at the start of the game is proposed. Of course, each Valencianista will make their personal decision as to when they will access or stay out of Mestalla for as long as they consider appropriate ». Once inside the stadium, the thunderous minute 19 will be repeated with whistles.


The rival is Osasuna, but also the referees. The team will have to be very careful with the appointment of Iglesias Villanueva as the main referee and Cuadra Fernández in the VAR. As if that were not enough, Osasuna also comes from complaining about the referees. An added pressure.

Valencianism will protest against the latest arbitrationss with a scarf in minute 1, as proposed by the Agrupació de Penyes. In everyone’s memory there is still the unsigned penalty from Franck Kessié to Fran Pérez at the Camp Nou that exhausted the patience of the fans and fueled suspicions of arbitration persecution since the club took the RFEF to court.

The final

The night will not be complete without a victory. Valencia needs to win yes or yes at Mestalla to get out of the relegation places. The urgency is maximum. The teams below are alive and the game next weekend against Atlético at the Metropolitano is already on the horizon. Those of Baraja are forced to win Osasuna to continue the good feelings of the last two games and take advantage of the duels between direct rivals such as Cádiz-Getafe last night or Sevilla-Almería on Sunday.

Beginning the Baraja era with two consecutive victories at the Mestalla would be a major morale injection that would raise the confidence of the footballers. It’s more than three points. Winning is to keep believing and taking steps forward. Losing would be the abyss. The problem is the rival. Osasuna arrives at Mestalla with a project behind him and looking at Europe. The opposite of Valencia.

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