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I hammered: "Cristiano already did this gesture before and did not sanction him"

I hammered: "Cristiano already did this gesture before and did not sanction him"

Published:9/04/2015 - 18:38h

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The central Catalan of the FC Barcelona, Gerard Hammered, was asked in an act solidario by the controversial gesture of Cristiano Ronaldo in the meeting against the Ray Vallecano of the past Wednesday. The Barcelona answered that it is not the first time that the luso makes this gesture

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In statements carried out this Thursday in an act solidario organised in the Institute Gutmann by the Foundation Laureus, Gerard Hammered spoke on the controversial gesture of Cristiano Ronaldo after marking against the Ray Vallecano and ensured that the staff of the FC Barcelona is ilusionada and motivated with the possibility to heave this season with the three titles.

First it positioned on the ugly gesture of the Portuguese star of the Real Madrid in Vallecas. "It is not the first time that Cristiano does this gesture and never have sanctioned him, so I do not think that sanction him now. He believes it like this and like this expresses it. At any rate, we are centred in our work and is not our problem".

Afterwards, it analysed the current situation of the Barça in League. "In April is impossible to attain any title, but yes can lose any if we do not do the things as we have to. We have to go party to party". And it believes, besides, that the party against the Seville in the Sánchez Pizjuán will be "difficult".

"I do not think that any of the two teams (Barcelona and Real Madrid) win all the parties. The past year lost a lot of points at the end of the season. The important for us is that we follow depending on we same".



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