The white club announced that it will not celebrate the statue of the goddess Cibeles, as is the tradition, to contain the expansion of COVID-19.
Real Madrid He asked his partners that before the foreseeable celebration for the championship of The league, whether it is Thursday or next Sunday, precautions and health security measures are taken in the face of the expansion of COVID-19, to the point of canceling the traditional visit of the champions to the statue of the goddess Cibeles.
“We are all aware of the difficult situation we are living in and of the effort that society is making to combat the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Soccer is also contributing to this and, among all, it has been possible to recover the competition in a enormously complex context “, expresses the white club in a statement.
And he adds: “In the absence of just two days to conclude the League, both our team and Barcelona have options to be champion. If it were the case that Real Madrid proclaimed itself champion, our players would not go to the traditional places of celebration, especially to the Plaza de Cibeles, for which we also ask our members and fans that, in the event that the championship could be conquered, they should not go to these places either. now, with absolute responsibility to avoid risks of contagion from the pandemic. “
“Real Madrid thanks in advance for the understanding of our partners and fans. All the effort and work of our players, the coaching staff and the club for the possible achievement of a title are always aimed at sharing it with our fans, but we are aware that the times we are living oblige us to take the necessary precautionary measures, “he continues.
And he closes: “Real Madrid feels obliged to carry out this important call in an exercise of maximum responsibility and with the conviction that any possible victory for our team should not represent a huge step backwards in the fight of all against this pandemic. “
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