They call Piqué a hypocrite for his criticism of the Super League and ‘El Chiringuito’: “Tennis also belonged to the fans”

Gerard Piqué celebrates the achievement of the Copa del Rey

Few footballers of the teams that still resist in the Super league they have spoken publicly about it. Good for discipline with their clubs alright because they support it, good for afraid to retaliation, while in England they had exerted pressureIn Spain at the moment there has not been much.

That is why it is relevant that Gerard Piqué has risen publicly to criticize him. FC Barcelona is one of the founders of the project he presides Florentino Pérez, but with Joan Laporta as one of its main supports. Piqué, in silence until the fracture broke out from Great Britain, when it was confirmed that the six English were leaving, sent a tweet: “Soccer belongs to the fans. Today more than ever.”

It so happens that Piqueprecisely is the champion of a project that broke with the Davis Cup. The format of Kosmos, your company created for this purpose, which it already premiered in Madrid it ended the possibility of the competition between countries being played in their respective regions, at least the final round.

The irony that Piqué stands as champion of football fans, when he has caused a similar sensation in tennis, was one of many responses he received.

Also another of Piqué’s businesses, the Andorra FC, collides head-on with that romantic idea that football belongs to the fans.

The central Barcelona bought the square of the disappeared Reus FC to get the Principality team, today trained by Eder Sarabia whom Piqué knew from his second stage of Quique Setien.

Besides that “football belongs to the fans”, Piqué also directed a sharp tweet towards Josep Pedrerol and ‘El Chiringuito’. The Mega program was the one chosen by Florentino Pérez to present the Super League, since there he knew that he was going to have the wind in his favor in the interview.

For Piqué, who had not said a word the day before, Pedrerol’s program is “El Chiringuito de Florentino”.

Barcelon, a club that pays Piqué’s salary, is still one of the founding clubs of the Superliga, at the time of publishing this news.

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