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Barcelona: Barcelona left furious over Lewandowski suspension


Barcelona have hit the roof after their appeal to upturn Robert Lewandowski‘s three-match ban was rejected. Furthermore, the club suspects that politics ultimately influenced the ruling.

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First and foremost, the club fail to understand why the Pole is being sanctioned for a gesture that means nothing in Spain. Second, the club are astounded by the fact that Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has not been sanctioned for claiming the referee “invented a penalty” during their match against Girona.

Lewandowski sanctioned

Regardless of the reason they may have for this comparison, the truth is that Barcelona are ruining their relationships with the powers that be.

A few days ago, Joan Laporta complained that in order to sanction Lewandowski they had “forced the rules” and that’s why he got three matches. The Barcelona president also let slip that LaLiga had forced the Financial Fair Play rules calling for “greater flexibility” from the body.

What’s also interesting is that Barcelona, along with Real Madrid, have decided not to attend the Assembly that LaLiga has set up in Dubai, in what is a clear snub.

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The estrangement between the two clubs and the organization dates back to the failed European Super League. Since, there has been a lack of harmony.

Relationship with UEFA

The same can be said about Barcelona‘s relationship with UEFA, which has also been affected by the Super League project.

No one was surprised by the refereeing decisions Barcelona received against Inter, which saw the Spanish side having a goal ruled out and a handball claim denied by VAR. The club believes politics is once again to be blamed.

What’s even more interesting is that representatives of Barcelona no longer linger around the UEFA headquarters.

During Josep Maria Bartomeu‘s term of office, the president made sure that someone from the club was always present in the corridors of the UEFA headquarters with Bartomeu himself showing up relatively often.

This is no longer the case and something that needs to be rectified by the executives at the Spanish club.

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