The worst omens are now confirmed, and Granada will no longer be able to compete in the Spanish national women's basketball category. After a stellar sports season, where the collegiate team was just a step away from promotion to the LF Endesa collegiate team, the harsh reality that the project lacks sufficient support has stripped the rights to play on the field. This has forced the entity of Granada accept Milar Cordoba's offer to swap the places of the two entities. The agreement signed by Luis Felipe, president of Raca, means that the collegiate team is now back in LF2 and will be giving up its spot in the LF Challenge team from the Caliphate. Although there were other options, the Andalusian Basketball Federation mediated the deal and the Cordovan offer was accepted.
There is a lot of uncertainty around the sports project. Sources from clubs consulted by this newspaper confirm that it will not be difficult to meet the requirements for registration at the LF2, as the endorsement was prepared for the LF Challenge. Also, the federative expenses in the immediate lower category are more likely. Both competitions' terms expire on Friday, July 1. Raca says that they are confident that all will be resolved. There are still many questions about the future, but mainly two.
The club will need to find bobbin lace in order to weather the storms and look forward with optimism. Manuela Fundacion continues to insist that the schoolboys will be supported again by the main sponsor. It remains to be seen how the team will play its matches, as it is currently without any coaching staff and no contract players. It is difficult to imagine that the Palacio de los Deportes in LF2 is also available on a regularly basis. It may be different if the base facility is different.