The president of Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta, addressed this Wednesday to the fans through an institutional message to ask a bit of “patience” from the partner who begins to digest with concern an unimpressive start to the season, which has had the defeat against Bayern at the Champions League premiere as a finishing touch.

Laporta's full message was the following: “Hello culés. I am as hurt and outraged as all of you. What is happening is one of the scenarios that we already contemplated. I ask you for your patience and that you continue to support the team. And I also ask for your trust, trust for the people who are running the club. We need this margin of confidence and have no doubts, We'll fix it. Thank you very much and visit Barça! “.

There is no doubt that it is a message that brings together both the concern and the anger of the fans as well as the hope and enthusiasm to reverse the situation.. Laporta wanted to emphasize that they will be able to “fix” such chaos, both sporting and financial, that they have inherited from the previous Board, although he has not revealed how, if it will be by dismissing the coach in the coming weeks or giving a blow to effect with a dazzling entry into the winter market.

Yes indeed, Until these changes come, the Blaugrana leader wanted to publicly express his anger at the defeat against Bayern, considered unacceptable in every way, especially because of the way it occurred., where Barcelona was unable to compete at any time against Bayern.

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