Gerard Hammered and Álvaro Arbeloa follow with his tightnesses/tightnesss

Looking for the peace between both

The controversy Arbeloa-Hammered did to appear to a "justiciero" improvised

Published:10/04/2016 - 16:05h

Updated:10/04/2016 - 16:05h

After the enésimo "hammer" between Álvaro Arbeloa and Gerard Hammered through the social networks, the ex footballer of the FC Barcelona David Babunski asked peace between both by the "milones of boys" that observe them. It looked for to appease the waters

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It seems that the known Gerard Hammered, Álvaro Arbeloa, follows having some resentment to the defender of the FC Barcelona. Good sample was his tuit after the defeat of the Barça in front of the Real Sociedad in which it tricked of the Catalan team writing the following: "WHAT DIFFICULT IS to WIN AGAINST 11! Partidazo Of @illarra4 and enormous @eGranero11, promise fulfilled! ;) Pirate congratulations!". Something that remembered him to Hammered in mixed zone and in front of what did not remain quiet.

"A player that has been headline once of 32 does not deserve answer. I will say them to my friends that say me that when it was not leading in the field neither was it out of him", affirmed Hammered for the microphones of "Time of Game" after the written by the salmantino. All this continued with a regrettable dispute through the social networks by part of both protagonists.

And in front of this appeared the ex player of the Barça B David Babunski to turn into the justiciero of internet and ask a bit of calm to both. Babunski, nicknamed the "philosopher", treated to put end to this "war" of tuits doing think to both with some words that of good sure will have done them reflexionar.

"Stop please. Million boys observe. Have the power to arouse impacts and messages much more constructive", wrote the current player of the Crash Red of Belgrade.

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