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FC Barcelona: After Schmach against Frankfurt – Barca

The ultras of the FC Barcelona have announced a boycott of the game for the home game on Monday evening against FC Cadiz. The reason for this is the events at the Europa League out of Eintracht Frankfurt, when around 30,000 SGE fans were in the Camp Nou.

The ultra group “Grada d’Animacio”, which normally fired behind the gate standing her team, announced in a letter, from protest against the events on Thursday against Frankfurt not to come to the stadium. The game against Cadiz will work on Monday at 21 clock.

Already against the Eintracht, there were first dismays, when the fans in the first ten minutes after the break had the area behind the gate.

Around 30,000 Frankfurt fans had put the Catalan city in an emergency status before the kick-off. In the stadium, tens of thousands of Eintracht supporters provided a total of 79,468 spectators for a fabulous mood, numerous fans of the Hesse had also bought tickets outside the guest block.

“We check what happened there,” said Barca coach Xavi after the game. “I expected 70,000 or 80,000 Barca fans, but that was not the case. We want to know what happened. If we play at home, that can not happen,” Xavi said.

Barcas President Joan Laporta also showed himself outraged. “I’m worried, because what happened was a shame that can not be repeated,” he said, announcing a work-up: “We will take action, because that’s shameful.”

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In the future, so laporta, the tickets should be personalized. An analysis would have revealed that 37,746 tickets were sold to the public card holder, 34,440 to the public and only 5,000 Eintracht fans, he said at the Catalan TV channel TV3. He wanted to check now why much more tickets went to Frankfurter than planned. The personalization of tickets meet all fans, “but we do not want something that happens again in this stadium”.