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SBD Global/October 17, 2013/Franchises
Barcelona President Defends Requiring Children Seven Or Younger To Have Tickets
Published October 17, 2013
FORMER VP CRITICAL: In Barcelona, Toni Quintana reported former Barcelona VP Alfons Godall "was very critical of Rosell's decision." Godall sided with "the families that, starting now, will possibly not be able to go with their children to see their favorite idols." Godall: "It is a shame because many Barcelona families will be affected. It is a life-long tradition that has always allowed children younger than seven free entry. What surprises me is that this happens with the Clásico in sight. I share the disappointment and sadness that many families and children are feeling" (SPORT, 10/16).