A DELICATE SUBJECT
Do well Barça and his players on opining about the Catalan conflict?
Published:14/10/2019 - 20:01h
Updated:14/10/2019 - 20:01h
The sentence of the 'procés' has opened again the debate on if the FC Barcelona and his players do well, or not, in pronouncing publicly on a conflict moved away of the sport, although it affects them directly
The social fracture that lives these days in Catalonia, as a result of the condemnatory sentence of the High court against the Catalan politicians that boosted the Referendum of 1 October 2017, has dyed of grey the actuality of the Spanish press to all the levels. Of course, it has affected also to the world of the sport, and especially to a FC Barcelona that this Monday decided to pronounce in this regard, by means of a communiqué.
But, it did well the Barcelona club in positioning in a so delicate subject? And Gerard Hammered, Sergi Roberto and the other components of the club? There will be diverse opinions, sure, and in 'FCBN' want to collect them all. By this reason launch a new survey that asks the following: "they Do well the Barça and his players in thinking publicly on the Catalan conflict?"
Some will think that I Hammered, Sergi Roberto, the FC Barcelona and all the people that work in the club, although many of them are public characters, have all the freedom to say publicly what think in this regard. There will be those who think that it is the club the one who has to position and no the players, and also to the reverse. Finally, they are not few those who think that the Barça and his players have to save what think and centre only in the sport, without mixing it with the political field.
This last will not be at all easy, as it is logical, for people like Gerard Hammered, Sergi Roberto, Xavi Hernández and the rest of footballers and ex Catalan players. It affects them directly, and from here that they opt by not to bite the tongue and say his through the social networks.
They breathe days agitated in Barcelona
It was as it was, the next days will determine if the Catalan conflict increases or recesses . To day of today already there is planned diverse demonstrations, between them a general strike that is programmed for next Friday 18 in Barcelona.
It foresees , besides, that on 26 October coincide with the Classical a massive protest in the heart of the Catalan capital, that could hamper the course of the party by question of security. Agitated and grey days for Catalonia, in definite, after the Supreme court's decision. From 'FCBN' will follow informing of all the facts (although some of them are political-social) that have direct relation with the actuality of the FC Barcelona.