The assistance to the camp nou collapses

The assistance of fans to the Camp Nou collapses

The assistance of fans to the Camp Nou collapses

Published:5/02/2014 - 23:38h

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According to the official data, only 38.505 fans attended this Wednesday to the Camp Nou to see the gone of semifinals of Glass of the King between the Barça and the Real Sociedad

According to the Barça, only 38.505 viewers attended to the Camp Nou to see the gone of the semifinal of Glass of the King against the Real Sociedad. And it is that this season the team culé is chaining entrances very toneless. It does only a week 25.551 viewers witnessed in direct the Barça-Raise of chambers of of final of the Glass and, in front of the Málaga, in League, only 56.355 viewers assisted to the party.

In the back press conference to the party against the Real Sociedad, Gerardo Martino commented the again disappointing appearance of the stadium: "If I was simpatizante of the Barça, the Thursday worked and had to go to see a party to the 10 of the night, would not come". A reflection that shares a big number of fans.

Dani Alves, that after the defeat in front of Valencia ensured that "sometimes it seems that we play out of house" in reference to the little influx of public, has showed again critical: "The fans that do not come to the Camp Nou do not owe to be so culés as they say".

Cesc, instead, showed more understanding with the fans that decide not assisting to the stadium and also with which go, of which has stood out that "always they involve ". "They are time complicated. There is culés of all Spain that they have to take buses to come. Always they are split between week, to the ten of the night, and the people has to go to work the next day, carry the boys to the school and all this complicates them if they come", affirmed.

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