The one who was president of Real Valladolid in 1983, Pedro San Martín López, died this Friday at 85 years of age due to a fall, as reported in an official statement ‘Bodegas de Alberto’, the company he presided over, as reported by EFE. As president, San Martín lasted only three months, just the summer ones, those of the signings, a time when together with Ramón Martínez, then blanquivioleta technical secretary, the club took over the Hiring of Cendoya, Sala, Moyano, Aracil, Peña, Fonseca and Jesús Ángel López. Later, after winning Real Sociedad 4-1, he resigned on September 20, 1983 and was named Mariano Hernández, provisionally, before Gonzalo Alonso de Paz assumed, again, three more years after having been president already between 1978 and 1982.It must be remembered, however, that the transfers of the team that he won the League Cup in 1984 they were under the presidency San Martín. Later García Traid would be dismissed, replaced by Fernando Redondo, in a campaign that ended with More lifting the only title of the blanquivioletas in their history.Real Valladolid also joined the mourning after the death of Pedro San Martín López. “From the club we send to his relatives and close friends our most sincere condolences,” wrote the Pucelana entity late on Friday. Pedro San Martín, President number 17 of the entity now chaired by Ronaldo Nazario, assumed the post of president three months at the head of a new board of directors, on June 23, 1983, after the resignation of the previous president Manuel Esteban Casado, who had ceased his office on May 5 and therefore had opened the electoral process that it would end San Martín as the top president, an adventure that would not last long.