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Tebas: Barca are psychologically kidnapped by Perez

Sun 12 September 2021 | 8:22

The La Liga president claims the Catalans have developed an “inferiority complex” toward their arch rivals.

Real Madrid formed an unexpected alliance with Barcelona in their insistence over the Super League project. The two Spanish giants along with Juventus are the only clubs that are still hoping to revive the dismantled competition.

The Catalan club also rejected La Liga’s CVC deal, which was previously dismissed by Real Madrid. In a new interview with

Sport

, La Liga chief

Javier Tebas

has spoken about the transformed relationship between the two La Liga rivals.

"With Bartomeu, we had a good and bad relationship. up until the point Barcelona denounced me one time at CSD (Consejo Superior de Deportes),”

Tebas said.

“In the assemblies in recent years, they have voted against, together with Real Madrid.

“I feel as though at Barcelona there is a psychological kidnapping by Florentino and Madridismo, like an inferior complex.

“Laporta used the argent that Barcelona were out of the European Cup in the 50s and don’t want to return to that.

“That is the psychological kidnapping I’m talking about. I have already seen it with Bartomeu and I continue to see it with Laporta.”

Joan Laporta was elected as Barcelona’s president earlier this year as the club decided to part ways with their former president Josep Maria Bartomeu. Tebas believes the relationship between Florentino Perez and the Catalan officials has intensified since the appointment of Laporta.

“I think that Florentino is a very intelligent type, and Jose Angel Sanches, his general director, is more empathetic with European football,”

he added.

“And all this glamour and know-how, before someone has been in the world of football for 10 years.

“We have arrived at the extreme when, at the Joan Gamper Trophy meal, there was Florentino!

“Who could have imagined it? It doesn’t mean Laporta and Florentina can’t have a relationship, but Barcelona were in favour of the CVC deal until Real Madrid said no.”


source: SportMob

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