Laliga Santander – Atletico Madrid Includes flags being given out
The game between Girona and Atletico Madrid on Sunday is raining more concerns than normal as several independence organisations are arranging demonstrations and anti-constitutional flag deliveries before the fixture.
They intend to have a crowd of 10,000 people outside the stadium, although it does not seem that such a large group will materialise.
In any case, even if it is fewer than the anticipated 10,000, it could be a potentially volatile and dangerous situation.
The usual security meeting, instead of being Thursday as with every other week, has been moved to Friday in order for the matter to be discussed later than usual, allowing for more developments.
A factor that will decrease the risk a little more is the fact that the Atletico Front ultras group are reportedly not going to make the trip.
No movements have been detected that suggest there will be a displacement of the group to Catalonia.
Therefore, it will not be quite so easy for the anti-violence commission to declare it a high risk fixture, one that is only used when violence is expected and not political gestures.
Although everything is planned for outside the stadium, if a banner of a political nature is unfurled within Montilivi, Girona could face a potential sanction from both LaLiga Santander and the RFEF.