Friday, January 29, 2010

Abidal wants current directors to win elections

Asked about the upcoming presidential elections, Barcelona left back defender Eric Abidal has said in an interview with Catalan radio station Ona FM that in his opinion the current model should be continued by people who are now part of the board:

"We've done good things over the past 18 months and now we want to continue in the same way. So the club has to continue with the same people, right? It's a bit a matter of philosophy. I think that each member of this board has the same philosophy as the president.

For me it is better to continue in the same way and that someone is chosen who has stood the president and who has been travelling with us. It would be perfect if the president could continue because he knows the club, but the people who were with him do too.

Do the players talk about the election process? We do, because at this moment it's the most important club issue."

Read more:
Puyol and Iniesta on the elections
Iniesta prefers elections at the end of the season
Guardiola not worried about elections


  1. Pep, I'm sure you follow Barca for a long time. Do you remember when did player or coach give the strongest support for a particular candidate?

  2. In general, kabum, active players and coaches try to stay out of the election process.