Levante dangers goalkeeper loss Aitor Fernandez for her La Liga journey to Athletic Bilbao after being referred to as to a polling station earlier than the Spanish parliamentary elections on Sunday.
To make issues worse, e-book a stopper Oier Olazabal is injured, which signifies that Levante might have to surrender an skilled goalkeeper for the sport.
Fernandez, who comes from the Basque metropolis of Mondragon, some 50 kilometers from Bilbao, has been included in a listing of reserves that should go to the polling station on the morning of the election to see if their presence is important.
All Spaniards registered within the electoral register should be referred to as to work in polling stations for which they obtain 65 euros, and extenuating circumstances should be excused.
Levante, who surprised Barcelona 3-1 final weekend, has rejected a primary attraction from the native electoral fee, which is scheduled to submit a second movement on Friday.
"The membership is working so I shouldn’t have to go to the polling station on Sunday," stated Fernandez.
"I simply need to know what's happening, I'm completely centered on the sport and I'm certain I'll be there.
"If I’ve to, I can sleep at residence, go all the way down to the practice station, after which drive to San Mames."
Levante cites a precedent of Bilbao Inaki Williams in 2015, who was launched from electoral service to contest the match within the La Liga of his workforce – satirically in opposition to Levante. Williams scored when the Basque aspect received 2-0.
Fernandez's teammate Jorge Miramon was launched from obligation after being drafted to work in his hometown Zaragoza.