Real Madrid’s response to a huge controversy

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Real Madrid was forced to come out of silence in reaction to astonishing information revealed by the Spanish press.

Real Madrid, artwork, Santiago Bernabeu

Newspaper revelations brand made a great noise. According to information from the sports daily, Real Madrid has decided not to allow entry into its Santiago-Bernabeu enclosure to people wearing the jersey of the opposing team. In other words, the White House would wait until only its own supporters could move into the stadium. But this Wednesday, through a press release posted on his website, the reigning Spanish champion provided a scathing denial.

“Faced with the information published on the front page of the daily Marca, which claims that Real Madrid CF prohibits the entrance between stadiums to fans wearing shirts of the visiting team, Real Madrid wishes to demonstrate the following:

1. That said information is totally false. Real Madrid has never banned fans wearing the opposing team’s shirts from entering the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. This has always been the case, as can be seen in every game played at our stadium, and it will continue to be so.

2. And regarding the number of tickets that Real Madrid has made available to Atlético de Madrid for this next match, our club would like to clarify that the number of tickets given to Atlético de Madrid is the same one that Real Madrid receives when moving to the Metropolitano, corresponding to what has been agreed by both entities within the framework of the extraordinary relationship that we have.

3. Likewise, Real Madrid wishes to ensure that the sale and transfer of tickets for the Santiago Bernabéu always and in all circumstances complies with the regulations in force for each competition.

Real Madrid hopes and wishes that this next derby will be a celebration of football that nothing and no one should tarnish with absolutely false information.

Dolphin in La Liga from FC Barcelona, ​​​​three points, the White House of Carlo Ancelotti receives Thursday evening Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals of the King’s Cup.

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