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Saturday, February 23, 2013

Rosell, hope for peace ... and the comeback against Milan


Viewing the expectation created by the presence of the Barcelona president Sandro Rosell, the planned visit to the Holy Land in the summer of Messi, Iniesta, Xavi and company targets millennial madness. After meeting with President of Israel , Shimon Peres, near Tel Aviv, and before doing so with the Palestinian leader, Abu Mazen in Ramallah, Rosell confirmed that his team will arrive on July 31 to play the "peace party" . The rival, the main players of two villages in eternal conflict: the combined selections from Israel and Palestine. If reality hardly peaceful and stable area permits, the Barça squad will land at Ben Gurion Airport on the morning of July 31. After a visit to the West Bank, will be presented in the afternoon at the Ramat Gan Stadium where Israel usually play selection. In a game that will continue to to play against Bayern Munich of Pep Guardiola, Tito Vilanova group will meet Israeli and Palestinian with almost 50,000 spectators turned over to the Barca cause. "I have said that Barcelona is the most popular team in Israel and Palestine and this fills us with pride to all Barça. our responsibility to use it for the benefit of peace , "said Rosell to Peres. "Football is a universal language that must be used to unite people. FC Barcelona, ​​with all humility, like volunteering to help build bridges of peace and dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian communities. And the best way is done with the help of a ball, "he added. Peres thanked Rosell Catalan club initiative that has the support of the Centre for Peace named the Israeli president and the Palestinian Authority: "Children have heroes like Messi, Xavi and Iniesta who want to imitate. Their dream is playing at the Camp Nou. Sport in general and football in particular helps to break barriers , eliminate racism and teaches us to compete in friendship rather than fight with anger." Assuming that the task-bureaucratic-political sport is not easy, Rosell admitted that it is "only the first step in the peace party" The president of the Israel Football Association, Avi Luson, said "the Palestinian Minister of Sports, Jibril Rajub said that the celebration of the party depends on one man, Abu Mazen " . He speculates that the UEFA president, Michel Platini attends the meeting. See play in the same team at the stars of the two teams and Abu Mazen on the stage in Tel Aviv as the organizers hope, it seems difficult mission today. Although Messi hook-infinitely more popular than any artist, politician or athlete-area may be enough to attract not only the masses but flexible positions. In case you need any convincing argument for, Peres uttered in Catalan 'more than a club', he said, smiling: "Maybe this collaboration released next Messi". "No wonder the huge success of Barca between Israeli and Palestinian inhabitants.'s A phenomenon that we see constantly around the world and not just in the Middle East," he told ELMUNDO.ES Javier Faus, Barcelona's financial vice-president, confirming that earnings (broadcasting rights, tickets, sponsors?) "shall by 50% to education projects of the two communities"Ramat Gan Stadium hosted and Real Madrid, who faced a combined Israeli-Palestinian in June 2007, just hours after winning the League. But before reaching the Holy Land, the club has a holy tie which currently seems the Via Dolorosa: Milan. We asked if optimistic Rosell. "I am very optimistic about the return at the Nou Camp because I am an optimist by nature." Tito Rosell revealed that even in New York, did not take the lead in the dock on 12 March before the heroes of Massimiliano Allegri Night falls from bustling Tel Aviv, drunk with joy for the Jewish Purim Carnival, with a question: "What is more likely, under a single stage Israeli and Palestinian players and reach the quarterfinals of the Champions deleting this form the San Siro 2-0 painful? ".

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