Although he did not want to advance names on the possible substitute for Murcia, the blue and white coach confirmed that “the plans in the market vary, because before we looked for a profile and now we are looking for two. It is very difficult because Isi is a great player, but we will try to find something similar. ” On the other hand, he said that “we think we have found what we wanted in another profile (a striker), but let’s see if everything goes well.” The Ponferradina coach, Jon Pérez Bolo, admitted Friday at the press conference prior to the match against Alcorcón that the departure of Isi to Rayo Vallecano “It is an important decline, but we knew what could happen and we have a plan B. Let’s see if we want to do what we want to do.” Bolo spared no praise for the player, despite the penalty for his departure: “The circumstances are these and we can only accept them. We are happy for him and it is a pride that a team like Lightning takes notice of us, because it will be that we are doing things right. I can only thank Isi both in sports, for everything she has contributed, as personally. We are leaving a friend and we wish him the best ”. Bolo also acknowledged that he expects ‘to lose weight’ in the remainder of the month after working with 26 players during the first part of the championship: “There are too many players, although we have done well. We do not know how many there will be on February 1, we have talked with some players to find a way out and they can have the minutes here we do not see how to give them, even if they deserve them. It is something that is in your hand, if you decide to stay, I will not fault you, but you know it will be difficult for you to play. ” On the other hand, confirmed that Oscar Sielva will be at eleven in Santo Domingo Once recovered from his injury, while waiting for Saturday’s training to assess whether the last to arrive, René and Iván Rodríguez, enter the call.Silvano celebrates his 20 years in the presidencyLa Ponferradina paid a small tribute yesterday to its president, José Fernández Nieto, on the occasion of his 20 years at the head of the club. Under his mandate, Ponferradina went from fighting to remain in Second B in 2000 to enter professional football, where he has played six of the last ten seasons. Silvano, as he is popularly known, expressed his desire to celebrate the centenary of the club in 2022 “with the Ponferradina as high as possible.”In the event were present, in addition to the members of the current staff and the workers of the club, the president of the Federation of Castile and Leon of Football, Marcelino Maté, and the coach who achieved the first ascent to Second Division in 2006, Pichi Luke.