A screen has been raised in front of the Camp Nou offices. This time he does not bear the name of Johan Cruyff, a mark with which the current Barcelona government has tried in recent times to seize a story that was not his own. One day a statue, another the name of a field, and the next the hiring of a coach who declares himself an apostle. Now, however, the distraction maneuver has been much easier. An alibi has never been as efficient as arbitration, a stage where propaganda is admitted, tension is tolerated and populist discourses make their fortune .
Josep Maria Bartomeu, encouraged by mistakes in
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