THE EX CAPTAINS, CUTTING
Xavi and Puyol defend the referendum of Catalonia
Published:1/10/2017 - 12:00h
Updated:1/10/2017 - 17:59h
The ex captains of the FC Barcelona Xavi Hernández and Carles Puyol also have showed in favour of the votes this Sunday in Catalonia. Xavi has described as "shame" what is sucediendo today in Catalonia
If this morning Gerard Hammered showed in a tweet that had gone to vote, the ex captains of the FC Barcelona Xavi Hernández and Carles Puyol also have showed in favour of the votes this Sunday in Catalonia. Xavi has described as "shame" what is sucediendo today in Catalonia.
"What is sucediendo today in Catalonia is a shame, is inadmissible that in a democratic country the people can not vote", ensures Hernández in a video spread in social networks. In his message in Catalan, the one who went player of the FC Barcelona and of the Spanish selection of football, offers his support "to all the people that peacefully is tried to exert his right to the vote". "Visca Catalonia", concludes.
The day of votes in Catalonia is developing with a series of incidents in the streets that to date have caused already more than 500 injured.
Puyol, on the same line
The mythical captain culé, Puyol -that today has been surpassed by Leo Messi in number of parties-, has written a very short but concise tweet. "Vote is democracy", stood out the central. Both have wanted to do his public opinions of exceptional form and defending the rights of his village.
The Barcelona has decided that the party in front of The Palms contest to enclosed door because there was risk to lose six points in case that it did not do . Bartomeu has confirmed that LaLiga had warned it previously.
Vote is democracy!— Carles Puyol (@Carles5puyol) 1 October 2017