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Barca: Barcelona should not have been forced to play against Las Palmas-Guardiola

Barca: Barcelona should not have been forced to play against Las Palmas-Guardiola

 

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Last night the Catalan giants Barca defeated their opponents by 3-0 goals behind closed doors, as the violence canker a referendum on the Catalan independence.

The former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola has expressed his despair after the Barca side was forced to play against the Las Palmas side behind closed doors, at an interval of the referendum of Catalan Independence.

Pep Guardiola has spent his 17 years with the Barcelona side as a player and after that, he managed the club to fairytale success between 2008 to 2012.

The Manchester City manager also played as a Catalunya player also, and he believes that commons of Catalans have the right to ask if they want to retreat from Spain.

Last night in that Referendum more than 700 people were injured and it was canker by the police.

The former Barcelona manager said: "The Barca-Las Palmas game? I would not have played it at all,"

"If you finally play that game, if you play, it's done with the public, with all the consequences."

After that match the Catalan giants Center back Gerard Pique gave an emotional interview as he was offered a step down from Spanish national team,  for this incident Pique persisted that Catalan People are not the bad guys.

 

 

 

 

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