Bada Huesca opens the professionalization season in Torrelavega
The Bada Huesca starts its engines and puts the first gear. He embarks on a new journey in the highest category of Spanish handball in a season marked by the beginning of the professionalization process of this sport at all levels. The Asobal League is updated and the sporting requirement is joined by the economic one in pursuit of a greater spectacle. All matches will be broadcast on television and at the end of the course the club from Huesca will undertake the conversion into a Sociedad Anónima Deportiva (SAD). Before, on the track, he wants to once again ensure his presence in the elite and makes his debut this Saturday on the Torrelavega track (5:30 p.m., LaLigaSports TV).
The team from Huesca presents few changes compared to the previous campaign and only goalkeeper Leo Terçariol, central defender Diógenes Cruz, Dija, who returns to Bada Huesca again, left-back Frank Cordies and central defender Ignacio Suárez are the new faces for the season. With a budget of 825,000 euros, 5% higher than the previous year, it has made some incorporations that, in principle, give confidence to face a season that is expected to be increasingly even and disputed between all the teams except FC Barcelona, which It is far superior to the rest and has no rival in the Spanish competition.
This Saturday’s game will require a good version of Bada Huesca, who does not want to return empty-handed from Torrelavega and hopes to start the season on the right foot given the potential of the Huesca team. José Francisco Nolasco, coach of Bada Huesca, thinks that the match against the Cantabrian team, in which Frank Cordies will be absent due to federative sanction, It will be very competitive because the Torrelavega BM has a high level. “Last year he went up and stayed in the category and already has experience. They also have quality players. It is a balanced team, well managed, very complicated and with a level”, he analyzed.
The Asobal League 2022-23 will mark a before and after in national handball after the Higher Sports Council (CSD) approved its professionalization this summer. An old aspiration with which the Association of Spanish Handball Clubs (Asobal), which from now on it will have greater autonomy to organize its competitions, it will look for new ways of income that allow it to compete with the main European leagues, especially the Bundesliga and the French NHL.
Without the boasts of the past, Bidasoa Irún and Granollers start as favorites to win the runner-up position, since putting an end to Barça’s overwhelming dominance is an impossible mission for the rest of the teams since the disappearance of Atlético de Madrid in 2013. Since then, the Barça team has not had a rival in national competitions, which have served as preparation for its great objective, the Champions League. The recently promoted Guadalajara and Cisne come out with the challenge of establishing themselves in the elite, the same objective that Bada Huesca, Sinfín, Atlético Valladolid, Puente Genil and Frigoríficos del Morrazo have set for themselves.
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