The next day, with the team already at home, LaLiga decided to suspend the competition. Then it was “at least the next two weeks”. The first step at Atlético was to give free until Monday, urging that the players not leave home more than necessary. The next thing was stop workouts sine die. Each footballer at home with a rigorous teleworking plan. This is how they have been for four weeks, like many other workers in Spain and around the world.A month without Atlético matches It is not something so strange, because it is what happens every season finale. So it gets along better, not only because it is planned and assumed, but because lack of football in rojiblanco is supplemented by national team matches where many of them participate and, on the other hand, the transfer activity: some leave, others arrive and excite. And before you know it, the preseason has started in Cerro and Los Ángeles de San Rafael.This time it was a dry interruption, right after the team’s big rush of the year and before an exciting spring. In the quarterfinals of the Champions League and sixth in the League, the closest thing to Atlético’s football is to see great nights from the past and what the club and players can see through social networks. Worse still, the red and white news has been marked in recent weeks by the losses of people very loved by the entity and by the fans: Miguel Peiró, José Luis Capón, Radomir Antic, Miguel Jones and the little Christian Minchola, player of the Infantil. The return of the ball will also be remembered by them. Time passes strangely during this confinement, but Liverpool-Atlético, the great joy of the course for the rojiblancos, is already one month old. The last sports memory of those of Cholo (and the last elite football match of a spanish team) that gave way to a abrupt closure of activity from the team and practically the entire club. A month without Atleti … and what remains.On March 11, so close and yet so far away, the rojiblancos — that night in black— they broke the odds and eliminated Liverpool, champion and favorite, beating him in his own home to the joy of the almost 3,000 mattresses who accompanied them at Anfield. By then, the pandemic crisis was starting to escalate, Games were already being suspended all over Europe, some were played behind closed doors. Every day the plan was more rigorous than the previous one in all of society.