THE EX CULÉ LUIS GARCÍA, SAID PRESENT
Barça opens its first store in Madrid with a 'spicy' message to Real Madrid
Published:1/12/2022 - 14:47h
Updated:1/12/2022 - 14:47h
For the first time in the history the FC Barcelona has an official shop of the club in the capital of Spain. The Barcelona club has done the act of inauguration this Thursday in Madrid
The FC Barcelona has announced this Thursday the opening of a shop in full centre of Madrid. The opening, that intuía by the banner that the club had planted in an andamio of the Spanish capital in which it appears the provocador message "Raúl is culer", has taken place to the 12:00 of this Thursday. The poster of the controversy has also the shield of the entity and the direction of the new shop in Madrid.
Raúl is culer pic.twitter.com/snpygrumho— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) December 1, 2022
In the glassmakers of the shop windows there is other two posters with the lemmas 'Iker is culer' and 'Guti is culer'. The intention of the Barça is to create a similar impact to which Joan Laporta, president of the Barcelona entity, used in the past elections and that also carried a message for the madridistas: "you Win to go back to see you".
The new 'Barça Store' in Madrid is situated in the street Sandy area number 9 and has been inaugurated by the vice-president of the area of marketing of the FC Barcelona, Juli Guiu, and the exjugador Barcelona Luís García. The inauguration takes place a day after it knew that the club will not assist to the next week to the Extraordinary General Assembly that summoned LaLiga the past Friday 25 November, to which has quoted "with character of urgency" to all the clubs and that will celebrate in Dubái (Arab Emirates).
🆕 The first Barça Store in Madrid, officially open! 😎 pic.twitter.com/op4sen6ghb— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) December 1, 2022
To the meeting, besides, neither will assist the Real Madrid and as it has informed the Catalan club in a communiqué, in said assembly "poses treat subjects very notable, relative to the modification of the Statutes and the General Regulation of LaLiga that require a greater previous debate and a more extensive and participatory analysis, that facilitate the maximum consensus that deserves a reform of this envergadura".