NUTS TO GALLEGO AND VALDANOIn the midst of an environment shaped by a raffle of European competitions that had led to a Madrid-Juventus confrontation and just three days after receiving the whites to Barcelona at the Bernabéu, Osasuna received the Real Madrid players, leaders at that time, in El Sadar. And as usual, the atmosphere was tremendous since the Beenhakker came out to warm up. Although Miguel Indurain took the honor roll (he had won the Tour of the Future of the EEC), from the first minute, radical members of the rojillo set began throwing bottles, coins, lighters, oranges, flares… to the places where the white players were located. Galician (a screw hit his eye causing a contusive syndrome of the anterior pole of the right eye) and Valdano (the Argentinian was hit in the head) they were the ones who suffered the worst consequences in the first ten minutes of the match. The referee of the meeting, Jiménez Moreno, was impassive. The locals won by the minimum, a goal from Bustingorri, appealing to the whites of the first place in the leaderboard. The whites also complained about an action of Rípodas, which hit Buyo when he was about to get out the door. The Sadar was closed …THE HELL THAT LIVED PACO BUYOIn the 1988-8 season9, in the match that opened the second round, the referee of the match, Socorro González had to suspend the meeting. In the first meeting of the season, Real Madrid and Rojillos had tied two goals at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, while on the way back, the Reds had advanced with a goal of Pizo Gomez at 34 minutes of the first part. In this case, the big hit was Paco Buyo. The Madrid goalkeeper suffered a hell. As soon as you jump to the field to train, from the area where the most radical followers of the Navarre complex were located, the whistle was tremendous, including banners with slogans such as “Buyo execution” and “Buyo, criminal and clown”, as well as a constant chorus shouting: “Buyo, c …, you will go to the wall”. Likewise, threw all kinds of blunt objects: oranges, nuts, coins, firecrackers … One of them reached the Galician keeper. After being notified by the field delegate and not paying attention, the referee, Socorro González, indicated the suspension of the meeting. Three days later, On January 31, the Competition Committee decided to close the Navarrese stadium for three games, and that what remained to be played was done at La Romareda behind closed doors on March 8. And it was there, in Zaragoza, where the remaining 47 minutes were disputed. Hugo Sánchez matched the contest in the absence of five minutes to go … A new edition of a hot match is played again: Osasuna-Real Madrid. Whenever whites play at El Sadar they do so under a strong environment, full of tension and nerves. That palpable tension causes white players to suffer too much throughout the 90 minutes of the match. This rivalry reached great (and bad) notoriety throughout the 80’s. Here we collect three episodes that occurred at that time … RED TO SANTILLANA AND A WHITE DRESS PIG Day 16 of the 1982-83 season. Madrid was leading Pamplona, showing a solid and solvent game: nobody had managed to win the ones he was training at that time Alfredo Di Stéfano. And El Sadar arrived in Madrid with the idea of following his immaculate trajectory. Little by little he would realize that it would not be possible. At half an hour of play, in a set (unfortunate for the Real Madrid players, lucky for the locals), the referee Damín Rendón, indicated a penalty by Juan José: in an attempt to stop a center in Echevarría, the ball hit the arm of the Cadiz defense, pointing out the corresponding penalty, which Rípodas would be responsible for transforming into the 1-0. Just ten minutes later, Santillana would establish the tie. In the absence of ten minutes Echeverría would uneven the score, but the worst came later: Santillana was expelled for claiming a card to a reddish player for a foul on Juanito in the area that defended Basauri. While he was leaving, the Cantabrian striker allegedly insulted the referee. Although the Madridista swore and perjured that he had said nothing, he had three penalty matches. But the thing was not there: a coin thrown from the stands hit Santillana as the Madrid striker retired to the locker room. In addition, and During the meeting a little pig dressed in white was thrown to the pitch. Real Madrid players Paco Bonet and Uli Stielike were also sanctioned.