Piqué, do you want Catalonia to independence? "It's million question, I'm not going to answer you"
Despite having coincided in Spanish team, relationship between Arbeloa and Piqué has always been difficult and have not hesitated to throw in media and social networks. Defenders of antagonistic positions, such as Madrid and Culé, both recognize that y are not exactly friends.
Pique now appears at center of spotlights for his statements and opinions on networks regarding Catalan referendum of 1-O and response of Guardia Civil and police. A line of thought that provoked that on Monday, in open training of Spanish selection, insults and cries against central Barça will take to second level sporty objective of concentration: to ratify pass to World Cup of Russia.
With so much noise on team of Lopetegui, Gerard Piqué decided on Wednesday to go out to explain in a long press conference, in which he did not respond if he wants Catalonia to independence of Spain or not, but confirmed that it has no intention of leaving Spanish team and who feels "very proud to be here."
Shortly after unexpected appearance of Barcelona defense in city of Football press room, came reflection of Arbeloa in his Twitter account. "How easy it is to disrespect anyone who puts you in front and n ask for you." Who sows winds, collects tempests, "wrote former Madridist without citing one who was his partner in Spanish team."
How easy it is to disrespect anyone who puts you in front and n ask for you. Who sows winds, collects tempests.
? Álvaro Arbeloa (@AARBELOA17) October 4, 2017You may be interested