Football closes the doors to 1.5 million fans

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first_imgSporting-SportingRiazor32,91217,37052.8% Salamanca-LeioaHelmantic17,341 The spread of the coronavirus has caused all football events in the next two weeks to be played without audiences, affecting a total of 1,493,063 followers in Spain. Moreover, this circumstance and the fact that the safety of players and club workers is not fully guaranteed has led AFE and some teams to claim that they not only play behind closed doors, but also suspend and be postponed to other dates. That is to say, as it has happened in Italy, where Series A will not be played nor a single sporting event until the beginning of April and always depending on the evolution of the disease In addition, there are already many authorized voices of the sport that have claimed that the competition is meaningless if there is no audience behind to accompany the successes of his team. For example, LeBron James has flatly refused to jump to the court without followers or the Celtic has issued an official statement to explain its position: “Football without fans makes no sense and playing behind closed doors is totally inappropriate“But how many people can be affected this weekend by the inability to access the stadiums?First Division: 396,270 fans without footballMore than 80,000 people will remain without going to Santiago Bernabéu. The Camp Nou or the Wanda Metropolitano were not scheduled to host their teams for day 28. The clubs have already announced that they will return the amount of tickets already purchased to their fans. Even so, a total of 396,270 spectators will not go to the stadium this weekend (plus the emptiness of the Eibar-Real Sociedad). However, the fiefs do not usually hang the sign of no bills. If the average number of followers were respected, it would be just over 300,000 who could not cheer on their respective clubs.First Division assistance Seville-Betis28Sánchez Pizjuán43,88336,56483.3% Las Palmas-GironaGran Canaria Stadium32,39211,61435.9% Lift B-LleidaBuñol Sports City3,000 Marbella-Granada BMarbella Municipal9,000 Amorebieta-BurgosUrritxe Municipal Field3,000 Osasuna B-GuijueloTajonar facilities4,500 * Data via Transfermarkt.Second Division: 265,247 fans without footballThe closed door imposed by the Spanish government also affects LaLiga SmartBank. The competition, for the moment, will not stop. At least, that has guaranteed the employer after communicating Thebes to the media that only the normal pace will stop if they indicate this from the Congress of Deputies. With promotions, Playoffs and descents at stake, clubs will have to deal with an unprecedented circumstance years ago: play without their audience. With two days without fans, all teams in the category will see their stadiums bled. This is how this weekend affects:Second Division Assistance Real Madrid-Eibar28Santiago Bernabeu81,04466,87582.5% Granada-Getafe28The Carmenes19,33616,33184.5% Valladolid Promises-Bilbao Athletic Annexes to José Zorrilla750 Total93,721 Villarrobledo-Cádiz BOur Lady of Charity2,000 MatchStadiumCapacityMedium attendanceAverage attendance percentage Atlético Sanluqueño-Real MurciaEl Palmar5,000 Hercules-CornelláRico Perez30,000 Mirandés-NumanciaAnduva5,7593,11454.1% Talavera-AlgecirasThe meadow5,000 Valencia-Levante28Mestalla48,60040,32583% Eibar-Real SociedadPostponedIpurua8,1646,05974.2% MatchStadiumCapacity Ejea-La NucíaNew Municipal Stadium2,900 Royal Society-Osasuna28Reale Arena39,50030,99078.5% San Fernando-CordobaSouth Bay12,000 Cádiz-Rayo VallecanoRamón de Carranza21,09415,84275.1% Arenas Club-UnionistasMunicipal Field of Gobela1,200 * Data via Transfermarkt.Second Division B and Third DivisionThe order of the ministry influences both Second Division B and Third. In categories below the fourth of national football, there is no power and, therefore, it will be the territorial federations that decide how to deal with the situation. In the case of Madrid, The agency has already confirmed that all competitions of the youngest are suspended for the next dates. Thus, at the national level, the suspension of more than 200 matches is guaranteed, sum of the four groups of Second B and 18 of Third. This is how the measures taken next weekend influence:Group I of Second B Llagostera-AndorraLlagostera Municipal1,400 Pontevedra-Celta BPass12,500 Mérida-BadajozRoman Stadium14,600 Sabadell-Barça BNova Creu Alta11,981 Leganés-Valladolid28Bumper12,45410,23182.2% MatchWorking dayStadiumCapacityMedium attendanceAverage attendance percentage Elche-ExtremaduraMartinez Valero33,7329,55828.3% Group III of Second B San Sebastian de los Reyes-MelillaMatapiñonera3,000 MatchStadiumCapacity Ibiza-Oviedo BCan misses4,500 Coruxo-Getafe BCampo do Vao2,200 Calahorra-Real Sociedad BThe Return5,000center_img Malaga-HuescaThe Rose Garden30,04416,25654.1% Rayo Majadahonda-Las RozasCerro del Espino3,376 Badalona-Espanyol BMunicipal of Badalona4,170 Las Palmas B-Marino de LuancoAnnex Gran Canaria Stadium500 Inter de Madrid-Atlético BalearesBoadilla del Monte Municipal Sports Center1,000 Cultural Leonesa-BarakaldoKingdom of León13,451 MatchStadiumCapacity Real Unión-UD LogroñésStadium Gal6,344 Tudelano-IzarraTudela City11,000 Zaragoza-AlcorcónLa Romareda33,06821,91166.3% Fuenlabrada-TenerifeFernando Torres6,0005,09184.8% Total66,886 Total11 games396,270304,10676.74% Sporting B-Athletic BPepe Ortiz Field1,600 Total11 games265,247134,52550.71% Linense-Villarrubia BalompédicaMunicipal of the Line of the Conception20,000 Haro Deportivo-Alavés BMallet4,300 Albacete-AlmeriaCarlos Belmonte17,5248,04345.9% MatchStadiumCapacity Total44,743 Don Benito-YeclanoVicente Sanz5,000 Athletic-Athletic28San Mamés53,28940,98076.9% Espanyol-Alavés28RCDE Stadium40,50023,51358.1% Prat-Valencia MestallaMunicipal Sagnier1,000 Oviedo-PonferradinaCarlos Tartiere30,50013,06742.8% Villarreal B-CastellónVillarreal Sports City5,000 * Data via Transfermarkt.Group IV of Second B Total78,551 Racing-LugoThe Sardinero22,22212,65957% * Data via Transfermarkt.Group II of Second B Mallorca-Barcelona28Are moix20,50014,70671.7% Langreo-Peña DeportivaGanzabal4,024 UCAM Murcia-Sevilla AtléticoThe Condomina6,016 Orihuela-EbroThe arches4,500 Racing de Ferrol-CastillaTo malata12,043 Celtic-Villarreal28Ballads29,00017,53260.5% Cartagena-RecreationalCartagonova15,105 Nastic-OlotNou Estadi14,600 * Data via Transfermarkt. * Data via Transfermarkt.Total Second BA total of 283,901 fans, more in the sum than all of LaLiga SmartBank, will not be able to go this weekend to see their respective teams.Third divisionA total of 547,645 spectators could meet in the Third Division if the matches were played normally. While the stadiums are usually not full or the capacity figures are calculated based on the people who stand in the surrounding area, thousands and thousands of followers may not even go to the facility as a precaution.Group XVIIIAtlético Ibañés-Almansa: 1,500Almagro-Villacañas: 2,000Azuqueca-Ciudad Real: 1,000Conquense-Torrijos: 6,000Illescas-Pedroñeras: 1,000La Solana-Puertollano: 2,000Madridejos-La Roda: 2,000Quintana-Socuéllamos: 2,800Tarancon-Guadalajara: 1,500Toledo-Albacete B: 5,500Total: 25,300 spectators.Group XVIIZaragoza B-Calamocha: 800Cuarte-Villanueva: 2,000Valdefierro-San Juan Zaragoza: 800Borja-Barbastro: 2,000Illueca-Almudévar: 3,500Atlético Monzón-Brea: 5,000Binéfar-Belchite 97: 1,250Tarazona-Fraga: 1,500Teruel-Utebo: 5,000Sariñena-Robres: 4,000Total: 25,850 spectators.Group XVIRiver Ebro-Alfaro: 3,000Atlético Vianés-Arnedo: 500Berceo-Villegas: 2,000Calasancio-UD Logroñés B: 500Casalarreina-Varea: 800Calzada-Calahorra B: 1,500Comillas-Náxara: 3,500Pradejón-Alberite: 1,700Logroñés-Anguiano SD: 3,500Yagüe-Oyonesa: 1,200Total: 30,700 spectators.Group XVBeti Kozkor-Lourdes: 500Beti Onak-Egüés Valley: 2,000Burladés-Pamplona: 4,000Ardoi-Murchante: 1,500Cirbonero-Txantrea: 1,000Corellano-Subiza: 2,500Fontella-San Juan: 1,000Huarte-Peña Sport: 1,500Mutilvera-Cortes: 2,000Peña Azagresa-Baztán: 2,000Total: 18,000 spectators.Group XIVCacereño-Miajadas: 6,000Calamonte-Olivenza: 400Coria-Extremadura B: 6,000Cantos-Trujillo Fountain: 1,500Jerez-Arroyo: 2,500Montijo-Llerenense: 2,000Moralo-Azuaga: 5,000Plasencia-Diocesan: 1,400Racing Valverdeño-Villanovense: 2,000Valdivia-Aceuchal: 4,500Total: 31,300 spectators.Group XIIIEagles-Mar Menor: 4,000Huércal Overa-Los Garres: 2,500Lorca Deportiva-Cartagena B: 8,100Mazarron-Lorca: 3,500Minerva-Sports Mining: 1,000Muleño-Real Murcia B: 2,000Olympic of Totana-Cartagena: 2,500Plus Ultra-El Palmar: 2,000Pulpileño-Churra: 2,000UCAM Murcia B-City of Murcia: 6,500Total: 34,100 spectators.Group XIIBuzanada-San Fernando: 1,000Great Tarajal-Vera: 3,000Lanzarote-Atlético Tacoronte: 7,000Las Palmas C-Atlético Step: 500Marino-Ibarra: 7,500Saint Matthew-Messenger: 3,000Santa Úrsula-Villa of Santa Brígida: 2,000Tenerife B-Tamaraceite: 2,400Tenisca-Union Port: 6,000Union Viera-Atlético Union Güímar: 3,000Total: 35,400 spectators.Group XIEsporles-Mallorca B: 1,000Collerense-Ferriolense: 1,000Alcudia-Andratx: 1,750Portmany-Platges de Calviá: 3,000Poblense-Ibiza Pitiusas Islands: 8,000Constancia-Manacor: 10,000Felanitx-Binissalem: 2,000Formentera-Santa Catalina Atlético: 2,500Llosetense-Ibiza Sant Rafel: 2,000Santanyi-Soller: 4,000Total: 35,250 spectators.Group XCeuta-Seville C: 6,500Conil-Arcos: 3,500Cordoba B-Coria: 5,000Lebrijana-Xerez DFC: 1,000Los Barrios-Écija: 1,500Real Betis B-City of Lucena: 1,300Salerm Puente Genil-Gerena: 2,000San Roque de Lepe-Pozoblanco: 2,500Utrera-Rota: 3,000Xerez CD-Antoniano: 20,523Total: 46,823 spectators.Group IXAlhaurin-Real Jaén: 2,500Atlético Porcuna-Loja: 1,200Torreperogil-El Palo: 1,500CP Almeria-Maracena: 1,600El Ejido-Antequera: 7,870Huétor Tájar-Almería B: 520Atlético Malagueño-Motril: 1,300Mancha Real-Melilla CD: 1,500Torredonjimeno-Linares: 4,500Vélez-Huétor Vega: 3,000Total: 25,490 spectators.Group VIIIArandina-Gymnastic Segoviana: 6,000Atlético Tordesillas-Almazán: 3,500Bembibre-Burgos Promises: 2,750Bupolsa-Atlético Astorga: 2,000Cristo Atlético-Real Burgos: 8,100The Bañeza-Cultural Leonesa B: 3,000La Granja-Real Ávila: 2,000The Virgin-Numancia B: 1,500Mirandés B-Zamora: 6,900Santa Marta Tormes-Becerril: 1,500Total: 37,250 spectators.Group VIIAlcobendas-Rayo Vallecano B: 1,500Carabanchel-Villaverde San Andres: 2,000Flat Earth-Navalcarnero: 1,000Leganés B-Alcalá: 1,750Moratalaz-San Fernando: 1,500Móstoles-Alcorcón B: 14,000Parla-Atlético de Pinto: 2,500Pozuelo-The Alamo: 2,000Santa Ana-Trival Valderas: 2,000Unión Adarve-AD Torrejón: 1,000Total: 29,250 spectators.Group VIAlcoyano-Hercules B: 4,850Alzira-Jove: 5,000Atlético Saguntino-Acero: 200Atzeneta-Novelda: 1,500Beniganim-Villarreal C: 1,000Elche Ilicitano B-Crevillente: 1,500Intercity-Olímpic Xátiva: 2,000Colón-Vilamarxant spare parts: 1,000La Roda-Paterna: 2,000Eldense chair: 3,000Total: 22,050 spectators.Group VCE Europa-Horta: 4,000Manresa-Igualada: 3,660Granollers-UE Sants: 2,500L’Hospitalet-Pobra Mafumet: 6.740San Cristóbal CP-Peralada: 1,800Vilassar de Mar-Cerdanyola: 4,000Banyoles-Castelldefels: 4,000Figueres-Vilafranca: 9,472Terrassa-Santfeliuenc: 11,500Total: 47,672 spectators.Group IVAriznabarra-Sodupe: 500Balsameda-Beasain: 2,000Durango-CD Vitoria: 3,000Gernika-Somorrostro: 3,000Lagun Onak-Portugalete: 2,500San Ignacio-Deusto: 2,000Santurtzi-Pasaia: 1,469Sestao River-Real Sociedad C: 4,367Tolosa-Santutxu: 3,000Urduliz-Basconia: 2,000Total: 23,836 spectators.Group IIIBarreda-Cayón: 5,100Bezana-Cartes: 3,000Escobedo-Sámano: 2,000Gymnastic Torrelavega-Textile Shield: 6,800Guarnizo-Racing B: 3,000Laredo-Tropezón: 3,000Selaya-Atlético Albericia: 2,000Seven Villas-Ribamontan al Mar: 595Torina-Barquereño: 3,000Vimenor-Medio Cudeyo: 2,000Total: 30,495 spectators.Group IISport Flow-El San Martín: 2,940Club Siero-Mosconia: 5,000Colunga-Tuilla: 2,000Condal-Lenense: 2,000Covadonga-SD Navarro: 500Gijón Industrial-Praviano: 2,500L’Entregu-Vallobin: 1,200Llanera-Loyalty: 1,000Llanes-Ceares: 1,500Real Aviles-Urraca: 5,400Total: 24,040 spectators.Group IArzúa-Choco: 500Arosa-Somozas: 5,000As Pontes-Larks: 4,000Estradense-Compostela: 680Paiosaco-Pontellas: 500Polvorín-Bergantiños: 2,500Fast Bouzas-Deportivo Fabril: 2,500Villalbés-Ourense: 2,500Silva-Arenteiro: 1,000UD Ourense-Boat: 5,659Total: 24,839 spectators.last_img read more


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first_imgLong before the 1970s and ‘ping-pong’ diplomacy, Mark Voyage had already made countless business trips to China. As an Australian pioneer of business trade with China, he established relationships with state-owned factories and in turn introduced Australian retailers and local importers to textiles and soft furnishings manufactured in China. His first trip was in 1962 and he saw Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin when these cities were underdeveloped and well before any mass tourism and economic evolvement. Over many years, he criss-crossed the country by train and questionable aircraft to visit factories in small towns, often with poultry and livestock as his fellow travellers. In 1966, Voyage was confined to his hotel room in Shanghai during the start of the Cultural Revolution, when the Red Guards marched into the city, hassling locals and foreigners. He surreptitiously filmed the march through the main streets of the city from his balcony window on his movie camera. When he tried to leave the city, the Red Guards mistook him for an American and surrounded his car, forcefully rocking it until his Chinese friends finally convinced the guards that he was an Australian businessman. The following year, he was presented with an official armband by the Red Guards. In 1969, on a train trip from the Hong Kong border to Canton, one of his fellow travellers was Australian Francis James. Voyage recalled the commotion when the Red Guards held up that train and arrested James, later interred in China on charges of spying. Voyage was often interviewed and consulted by journalists and government watchers about trade with China. A 1970s report in The Herald about businessmen at the Canton Fair described him as one of the “three of the half dozen or so men who are really big in Australia’s trade with China”. Mark George Voyage was born on November 30, 1930, on the Greek island of Rhodes, the fifth of six children of Georgios Voyiatzis and his wife, Maria (nee Lacherdis). In World War II, the occupation of Rhodes by the Italians and then the Germans, and the following blockade of the Dodecanese islands by the Allied forces meant famine and hardship for the family and Mark lost many friends from the local Jewish community, who were transported to German death camps. Young Mark was an enthusiastic sportsman and played soccer, basketball and water polo and was involved in rowing and yachting. Several photos of early rowing teams that include him still hang in the rowing clubhouse in Rhodes. As Italy had formally annexed Rhodes, his education was in Italian schools. When Rhodes came under British Administration in 1945, he enrolled in a British private school and learned English as well. He then worked in the Ministry of the Interior and ended up issuing passports, eventually writing his own, although his director would not sign the paperwork until he had played in the final match of the local soccer competition. On the recommendation of his older brother, Anthony, he decided to follow him to Australia, but intended to stay only for a while. Arriving in Melbourne, he immediately joined the Kew Swimming Club and also played water polo and basketball. His first jobs were at General Motors during the day and in a milk bar in the evening. After four years, he moved on to Sydney where, in 1955, he married Betty Simonides of Bondi. True to his name, Voyage was a traveller. As well as his business trips, he and his family holidayed all over the world. Although he never did return to live on Rhodes as he had intended, he and Betty visited every year. Away from work, Voyage loved Sydney Harbour and took out his boat most Sundays. He also enjoyed golf. Voyage was a proud Greek and held all things Greek close to his heart, but he was a proud Australian and loved this country and the opportunities it afforded him. Mark Voyage is survived by Betty, daughters Maria, Vaia, Dianne and Ioana, 11 grandchildren, his sons-in-law and sister. * This obituary was written by Mark Voyage’s daughter Maria and was published in The Age and the Sydney Morning Herald. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more