Security CEO calls for "segregating violent groups". He further states that "no problem" with that Barca fans come to Cornellà.
The security adviser to the RCD Espanyol , José Manuel Moya , has denied that the club blanquiazul not allow access to fans of FC Barcelona for next Sunday's showdown Jan. 8 and said that "its board has not asked us tickets derby. " "We have no problem with Barca fans come to our house. But what we all want is segregating violent groups, we do not give the slightest encouragement. We have taken security very seriously and do not want the violent enter in any way, "said Moya.
The Minister of Espanyol, however, added that the tickets will always be linked to a nominal record. "We want to identify who buys them to control access," he noted.
Moya has insisted that Barça has not asked for input and had asked that if "they would have given."
Moya has lamented that five days of the derby will be talking about the tickets and not "how nice it would win at Barcelona, which right now is the best team in the world."
The game, as always in the derby, has been declared high risk and will have the same security measures in previous editions. (via MD)