The emotional farewell of the Camp Nou with a single blur


I came to Camp Nou 100 minutes before the game to say goodbye to the corridors, stairs and urinals where we live, as in a dream shared by society, 50 wonderful years. An old man, who was at the inauguration in 1957, told me that for that occasion they asked fans to wear jackets and ties. “And now they ask me to wear a team shirt, how long has it changed,” said the man with a Barça scarf around his neck. I saw very old season ticket holders that hadn’t appeared since the pandemic. “I’ve come to say goodbye to Camp Nou,” said a man with a cane in one hand and his son holding the other. Climbing the eight steps to your seat, an odyssey. He likes it there. It’s impossible not to be excited to see another family wheel grandpa into their hometown in the boondocks. There where for many years he climbed on foot without giving importance to the height.

It was great to remember, through the video scoreboard, the faces of the 1957-58 squad, to hear the voice of manel vic or applaud the pile of historic goals recorded at Camp Nou by Kubala, Evaristo, cruyff, Romario, Rivaldo either Messi. The tribute to Busquets and sunrise he has a point. The sardana and the giant shirts. La Trinca song lyrics, expensive. All good… But, what is a security guard doing at each entrance of the stand? Make sure we don’t take the chair? What did they take from us? They should have saved a lot of security and put a few more rockets in the fireworks, which took less than Bellerin in Barcelona

Source: La Verdad


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