27 March 2012

Cladera said that Son Moix "looked like the Camp Nou"

The president of Mallorca, Jaume Cladera, has expressed its displeasure over the applause was heard in Son Moix when Gerard Piqué scored the second goal that closed the Blaugrana victory in Palma.

"I knew very bad because it seemed we were in the Camp Nou. It was very painful," said Cladera to announce the postponement until May general meeting of shareholders.

"However gentleman who would be hurt that you hear a cheer as loud as you heard, which is customary with the views of Madrid and Barcelona," he explained.

Cladera's visit confirmed that Pep Guardiola was left at the box office "a significant figure, 400,000 euros," he explained.

Mallorca president also mentioned the team's sporting situation and assured that with 36 points "are not in a position to write home about because it's all very tight but we must continue quietly and without distraction."

With regard to the continuing technical Joaquín Caparrós, Cladera explained that "the times you have spoken to him asking us to finish the league to discuss more options."

And he stressed: "We have said that he is the prime choice, have to wait to finish the league and talk seriously." (via SPORT)