13 April 2012

[Ex president] Joan Gaspart: "A Champions League final Barça-Madrid would infarction"

The ex president of Barça Joan Gaspart has ensured that a hypothetical final between the Catalan club and Real Madrid in the Champions League would be "stroke."

"Infarction. It would be a dangerous end to the health of many culés, and I suppose many Madridistas, besides it would be a historic final and would last many years in the memory of each other, especially the winners," he said the former president, who has warned that first have to beat Chelsea and Bayern.

Gaspart has performed in Barcelona Jordi Mercader journalist's book "A blanc to culer born" (A blank in the nation culé), which questions whether a Catalan can be Real Madrid, as in the case of the author. The ex president has explained that it is curious that you have chosen to present the book of Madrid, as it is the only person who has been declared non grata by the club blanco.

Also Gaspart has reviewed the current football and has indicated that there are still Liga and they will probably be decided in the clásico of Camp Nou. "It's a league that is not yet finished, I think Barça-Madrid match will be decisive, the winner that game proves to be the best," he argued Gaspart, who said that if the blancos win at the Camp Nou be fair worthy of the league.

On the controversy of the Cup final, finally at the Calderón because at the Santiago Bernabéu-Gaspart works will be carried out has indicated that it is not expected to have in memory the episode in which the Barça anthem rang five times consecutively in the feud blanco, when Barcelona beat Real Betis the Copa. "I hope this is not the reason, I think there are toilets that have to be fixed, there are some essential works, which is a shame because it is a stadium with many conditions," he said.

Referring to the renewal of Pep Guardiola, has no doubt Gaspart "continue", but stressed that the coach will wait to make it official at the best time for the club because it is "consistent" in his nature. (via SPORT)