During the Open of Madrid
The cowardly reaction of Bouquets to the whistles to Hammered in Madrid
Published:9/05/2017 - 16:25h
Updated:9/05/2017 - 16:28h
If cowards were the boos and whistles against Gerard Hammered during the past Monday in the Open of Madrid, worse still was the reaction of the captain of the Real Madrid Sergio Bouquets. The Andalusian was asked after this in the press conference of this Tuesday
If the footballers owe to be examples of the society, at least out of the terrains of game, this is not the case of the captain of the Real Madrid Sergio Bouquets. The Andalusian, that had a wonderful opportunity to ask wisdom and treat to cut across the wave of fanaticism that attacks the football (and the sport therefore), has not taken advantage of it.
As the defender was asked after the whistles and boos that received the defence of the Barça Gerard Hammered in the party of David Ferrer during the Mutual Madrid Open of Tennis. And in place to calm the waters, his reaction was of the all coward.
"What go you to say? If I go to Barcelona also would happen me, do not go to change the opinion of the people. That each one sweep his plot", said the defender, practically without understanding at all.
Gerard Hammered, whistled in the Mutual Madrid Open
The defender of the FC Barcelona received boos and some that another word vejatoria in the terracings of the installations of the Mutual Madrid Open, of part of a part of the assistants. A sector of the fans would have whistled to Gerard Hammered when it appeared his face in the giant screen of the track, while the Catalan footballer witnessed the clash of first round between David Ferrer and the kazajo Mikhail Kukushkin.
Although the sad reality is that Gerard Hammered already knows of leftovers what is to be booed in the Spanish capital and also in other points of the Spanish territory, because of the ideals catalanistas and democratic that has showed with some of his statements. As well as to the fact to defend with ahínco the interests of the barcelonismo and enjoy "hammering" to the madridismo.
But some do not know to distinguish pears of apples, and the hate to Gerard Hammered has grown during the last years in the Spanish capital. We expect that, at least, the central Catalan can move without any type of problem by the streets of the cosmopolita Madrid.