The Camp Nou homenajeó to Johan Cruyff in the minute 14

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The fans of the FC Barcelona homenajeó to Johan Cruyff in the minute 14

Published:5/04/2016 - 21:18h

Updated:5/04/2016 - 21:19h

When it arrived to the minute fourteen of the first-half of the FC Barcelona-Athletic of Madrid, the fans began to applaud and to shout the name of the myth Johan Cruyff. An action that already occurred in the Classical past in front of the Madrid

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The fans of the FC Barcelona went back to homenajear to his ex player and ex trainer Johan Cruyff in the minute fourteen of the first time of the FC Barcelona-Athletic of Madrid, corresponding to the gone of the quarter-finals of the Champions League 2015-2016. An action like tribute to one of the most important men in the history of the club that died the past 24 March victim of a cancer of lung.

An action in which it participated all the public of the Camp Nou and that, with an almost full capacity, sounded immense, the same that the past Saturday in front of the Real Madrid. Precisely the applaud and sing the name of Cruyff was one of the actions that the club had organised before the meeting in front of the whites. It seems that the fans has taken him the glove to the club and wants to do of this a tradition in all the parties home.

Also from the bench of the FC Barcelona, with Luis Enrique in command, applauded to the "lean "". The athletic also were respectful and ovacionaron to the Dutch, in an act that honours them and that put them to the height of the stage.

All the barcelonismo cried the death of a so charismatic and influential man in the FC Barcelona like Johan. They attended by thousands the fans to the Memorial that the Barça organised in the stadium culé, where also personaron a lot of Spanish authorities, Catalan and international.

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