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85% of signatures against Bartomeu’s board are being validated

Javier Giorgetti



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The second round of signature validations for the vote of no confidence against Josep María Bartomeu’s board has ended this Wednesday with 6,810 signatures reviewed in total. According to the promoters of the vote, up to now 5,795, 85%, have been considered valid; 249, 3.65%, have been declared void, and 766, 11.2%, are pending review.

The signature validation is taking place in the Camp Nou auditorium. According to the club’s bylaws, the voting table has ten business days to count and validate the signatures. Of the 20,687 signatures collected, 16,521 are needed to drive the vote of no confidence.

In case there are doubts about the validity of a signature, the services of a graphologist will be required, who will be present at the table, and it is not ruled out to call the partners to check if there are any irregularities. If the count ends up being successful, a referendum will be held among the partners, who will say yes or no to Bartomeu and his board. It’s a matter of time.

Source: esport3

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Real Madrid do not seem ready for El Clasico…

Alexandre Patanian



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Real Madrid started their first Champions League game of the season awfully with a 3-2 loss at home to Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk. The Ukrainian side, which was amputated from a few of their players, had an excellent first half and annihilated Madrid, who had a torrid night at the back. For example. Raphael Varane had a horrid game, scoring an own goal and looking lost without Sergio Ramos at the back.

Having already lost on the weekend to Cadiz in the league, Real Madrid look like half of the team that won the league in July and Zinedine Zidane has to get the spirits up before the most important game of the campaign, El Clasico. The Merengues’ campaign started with a 0-0 draw at Anoeta, and they struggled to beat Real Betis, and Valladolid afterward. Much like Barcelona after the Getafe defeat, Madrid needed to lift their spirits up in the Champions League against a relatively weaker side at home, but unlike their rivals, Los Blancos lost and go into El Clasico in poor form.

In contrast, Barcelona looked rubbish against Getafe, away from home, but gained confidence against Ferencvaros as their youngsters, in Pedri, Ansu Fati or Sergiño Dest, had excellent games at Camp Nou. Barça also never looked as bad as Madrid did this season as they had shaken off the Balaidos curse but struggled against Sevilla at home. However, they weren’t dominated against Sevilla so Los Culés must win this El Clasico to show their dominance after a trophyless season in 2019/20.

Nonetheless, Madrid did show a lot of fight against Shakhtar and even equalised before Federico Valverde’s strike was disallowed by VAR, so they must be respected. Barcelona have to neutralise the Merengues’ capacity to make something out of nothing, especially after seeing Luka Modric’s strike and Fede Valverde’s disallowed thunderbolt.

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