the club’s ultimate provocation in the heart of Madrid

On the sidelines of the opening of an official Barça store in Madrid, the blaugranas did not hesitate to chamber their great rival through the legend Raùl.

There are no great football clubs without a great rival! Needless to say, but the FC Barcelona might not be the great club it is today without the fierce competition from the real Madrid in La Liga. These two giants ofSpain love to hate each other and don’t hesitate to smack each other on a regular basis.

This time, it was Barça who went there with their little spades and the least we can say is that the club did things big by not hesitating to attack a myth. meringues.

“Raul es Culer”

It is on the sidelines of the opening of a new official Barça store in the heart of Madrid (at 9 rue Arenal in the city center) that Joan Laporta decided to go with his little spade for his big rival.

The Blaugrana president has indeed installed a giant poster above the store with a particularly provocative message: “Raul es Culer” (Raul is culé Editor’s note). Joan Laporta did not stop there since he also posted “Guti es Culer” and “Iker es Culer” on the windows of the new boutique.

Inauguration with great fanfare

Of course, the message is likely to raise some teeth among the people of Madrid who pass by this street every day. But this shop is important in the commercial strategy of FC Barcelona which hopes to attract millions of foreign tourists passing through Madrid. The inauguration of the premises was carried out by former Barça player Luis Garcia. Some Real supporters did not hesitate to throw a few boos at the same time!

Laporta accustomed to publicity stunts

If the chamberings are regular between the two clubs, especially on social networks, we can especially note that Joan Laporta is a great regular at media stunts of this type. The current president of FC Barcelona had notably had a large poster installed next to Santiago Bernabeu when he was again applying for the presidency of the club to replace Bartomeu. A poster on which he had affixed his portrait and the following short sentence: “I can’t wait to see you again! »