Finally, there are Mojica and Diamanka. Both lived a roller coaster of emotions. The Lightning opened the doors of First to Diamanka because after going through the subsidiary, José Ramon Sandoval made him debut with the first team. He pointed out ways, but later he ran into Paco Jémez and after not counting for the coach he went to the Norwegian Valerenga. And Mojica? He landed in Vallecas in 2013 of Deportivo de Cali, but never settled. He only played 22 games because he did not stop chaining assignments to Valladolid and Girona. Girona goes to ‘friend’ territory on Sunday. Five players know perfectly the fief of Rayo Vallecano and the interiors of the Madrid club. Juan Carlos, Johan Mojica, Jozabed, Diamanka and Borja García have worn the Rayo shirt, but this weekend they will go to Vallecas defending the colors of Girona. The one who left, perhaps, better taste in the mouth among the Rayista fans was a Borja García who enjoyed two promotions. First with the subsidiary to Segunda B and then, much more celebrated, to Primera with the first team the 2010-11 season. But Borja also benefited from his good work at Rayo because it helped him become an U19 international with Spain. Borja led the center of the Lightning field and so did Jozabed. The Madrid team is important to him because he wore his shirt in 54 games (second team with which he has played more games after Celta) and scored 12 goals and distributed four assists. He was two seasons, both in First. From 2014 to 2016 and he had to live the descent to Second of the 2015-16 campaign. That season was also in the Ray the goalkeeper Juan Carlos. But he made the leap from the subsidiary. The 2010-11 played a game in Second with the first team (the last day against Barcelona B) and celebrated the promotion to Primera. After that, he endured another course in the subsidiary (Second B), but then he left and did not return until 2015-16, with Rayo in First. He played 23 duels (21 League and two Cup) and that was his last time with the Rayista shirt.