Barca: Laporta takes action after fan fuss against Frankfurt

Following FC Barcelona’s elimination against Eintracht Frankfurt (2–3) in the Europa League, attention has been drawn to the furore involving the resale of Catalan places to German supporters.

30,000. This is the number of Eintracht supporters who were able to get a mole to watch their team take out the Blaugranas (2-3). An unusually high ratio is linked to the fact that some Barcelona societies have sold their places to solicit German supporters. An unacceptable situation for Barca president Joan Laporta: “We were embarrassed and it was a sad day because of the result and because of what happened in relation to the large number of German fans in the stadium.”

The President of Barca wasted no time in overcoming this problem. “Tickets for international tournaments played by Barca at the Camp Nou will be nominal. We never wanted to come across this as it irks and upsets members who are properly conducting, Mundo Deportivo reports.

Laporta confirmed that the club did not sell the place to the Germans

However, the Catalan leader made it a matter of honor to defend his institution: “We had 34,440 tickets for sale, with restrictions because they could not be purchased with a German credit card or a German IP address. So the club did not sell.” Tickets for the Germans.

Eagles supporters meet with Barcelona supporters at a Catalan club. According to Catalunya Radio, some of them prevented Blagrana fans from leaving the stadium as Xavi’s men trailed 3-0.

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