The bad news continues to come after what was undoubtedly the most successful season of women's basketball history in Granada. This outlet continues to report that Raca's chances of losing their place at the LFChallenge are increasing, just weeks after they were promoted to the LFEndesa. The Spanish Basketball Federation has extended the registration deadline to Thursday. This makes it virtually impossible for the Granada team to escape this painful reality. Today, the exchange of the square could be signed with Cordoba from the LF2, which would replace the schoolboys and take them one step down.
The uncertainty that has characterized the Granada entity over the past few days, suffocated in economic problems, is turning into unease as the hours pass. It is assuming that what is little more than a reality-check due to the absence of support for this project.
The Raca squad is witnessing the next logical flight of talent. The official start of the march by Argentineans Andrea Boquete, and Julieta Mugo to Baxi Ferrol was made a few days ago.
The Albicelestes internationals won't be the only ex-schoolboys to play in Galicia next year. IDEAL can confirm that Marina Gea, a Granada native, has already signed a deal with Celta De Vigo and will be packing her bags to travel outside of the city where she was born. The Olivico is a club known for its outstanding grassroots work. He will be doing it in a club that Cristina Cantero, a Granada-trained coach, has been trying to regain a spot in the national elite.
Gea's departure is nothing but a perfect metaphor for a failure. Local basketball is losing talent with the departure of Gea, her quarry jewel. She was a player with a large heart, a great physique and a remarkable projection. Worse, it also affects your credibility. Too much.