Cdiz CF There is no going back in the name change of the Cadista fief
P it seems that there is no going back in the name change of the current Ramn de Carranza Stadium . The doubt is what the Cadista fief will be called once the participatory process of which the City Council and its mayor Jos Mara Gonzlez "Kichi" has been talking for several months has concluded, and which could occur in the coming weeks. Three years ago the same mayor changed the name to Avenida Ramn de Carranza for Avenida 4 December 1977 December 4 And warned that sooner or later the stadium would also change its name .
For more than a year in Cdiz people have been talking about the name change required by the Cádiz consistory to respect the so-called Historical Memory Law . Because it is considered unethical to respect the name of Ramn de Carranza and Fernndez de la Reguera (1863-1937), rear admiral of the Navy and mayor of the city during the Second Republic, who joined the rebellious side when the riot was confirmed in 1936 .
" Leaving Carranza would be to keep the historical name, obviously . Carranza cannot be separated from Ramn de Carranza and what his role in the coup d'état and the suffering of the neighbors meant for the city. "The speaker is Martn Vila, councilor for Democratic Memory of the City of Cdiz, one of the great promoters of the name change of the stadium.
There is little to add to a controversy that lies in the citizenry. In fact, the most normal thing in Cdiz when there is football is to say: “Let's go to Carranza.” But it seems that it is not enough either and that neither Vila nor the mayor think it is enough to leave the last name, so everything points to completely change its nomenclature sooner rather than later .