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Luis Figo He was one of those responsible for presenting this Thursday the charity match between world football legends and Spanish legends that will be played on December 21 at the Wanda Metropolitano.
The Portuguese, former player of Real Madrid and Barcelona, he remembered how was his return to Camp Nou after changing the azulgranas colors by the whites in the famous 'piglet party'.
All about the tension surrounding the Classic on December 18, in the spotlight of Tsunami Democràtic, pro-independence organization.
“I played in Barcelona, my security was not guaranteed and there was a game. I don't see why it doesn't have to be played. Nowadays, if you want to guarantee security, you do it, it is my opinion, “he explained.
“Changing dates of such important games is to give strength to the people who want to claim. Football is not political“Figo added.
“I never felt racism in the locker room”
As for the recent Petit statements in which he says he felt racism in Barça for not being Catalan, Figo has been blunt, stating that he, in no case, lived anything similar:
“In my time that did not happen, I've never felt racism in the locker room. Quite the opposite. I was a foreigner and with whom I took better it was with the Spaniards, “he settled.