The Spanish coach, Luis Enrique Martínez, understands that professional football resumes competitions, but he does not like it. And much less, if this occurs in empty stages. “Playing without fans is sadder than dancing with your sister,” is the graphic comparison that came to mind yesterday to describe the feelings of a game without an audience. “It’s very ugly and unfortunate,” said the coach, who in his role as a spectator stressed: “You can hear the insults and lose the intimacy of the big moments.” However, recalling his time as a footballer, he pointed out the following: “I, as a player, would like to start as soon as possible.” And he added that he would have “no fear” of a possible contagion.


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