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MARC CROSAS HAS GIVEN A CONCLUSIVE OPINION

An ex from Barça calls Carvajal "machista and facha" for his words about Jenni Hermoso

Published:6/09/2023 - 16:09h

Updated:6/09/2023 - 16:09h

The Spanish football topped like champion in the World-wide Feminine and from that instant has been immersed in an important institutional crisis, one that besides already has arrived also to create controversy inside the masculine football

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Motivated by the colours, or no, Dani Carvajal decided not being cutting with his opinion with regard to the 'case Rubiales' and finished leaving some very controversial statements in this regard. The defender of the Real Madrid insisted in his posture to keep "to the margin" and expect to that "the estamentos legal" decide. In accordance with the player, is not possible to determine if Jenni Beautiful is or no victim, since this is a decision that have to take the corresponding authorities, especially because the player still has not presented a formal complaint.

As it could expect, any has not doubted in giving a conclusive answer to the defender madridista and in this occasion has been the ex canterano of the FC Barcelona, Marc Crosas. The ex Spanish footballer, also nationalised Mexican and known by his political activism, showed very hard with Carvajal by his posture -or his no posture- on the controversial performance of Rubiales.

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"The captain of the Real Madrid and the Spanish Selection 'keeps to the margin' because it does not know if Jenni Beautiful is 'victim of abuse of power' since 'has not done the complaint'", shared Crosas in his social networks this Wednesday. To this initial summary of the situation added him a conclusive "more male chauvinistic and more facha can not be...", to finalise his publication, leaving clear his total disagreement with the side merengue.

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