Barcelona pays tribute to Dani Alves... 'once culé always culé'


Barcelona paid tribute to Dani Alves, prior to the game against Pumas of Mexico in the dispute of the Joan Gamper trophy.

Before the game everything was a party. The Brazilian midfielder greeted the entire squad and was received with a standing ovation from the public, who remember him as the player who has lifted the most trophies and as a fundamental piece of the great nights in the League and Champions League, along with great stars like Lionel Messi.

After the games during the warm-up, captain Sergio Busquets presented a plaque and a shirt with number 431, which were the games that the Barça shirt defended.

The Brazilian was received as a great idol, in what he himself recognizes as his home. In a publication on social networks, Dani thanked and greeted his people in Barcelona:

Hello Catalans, today is a very special day for all Barcelona fans and I, as one of you, couldn’t be out.

Everything we lived taught me that no matter where you are, no matter how many laps you take, once a culé always a culé.

The first time I left, I tried to return, I succeeded, and another time I left. But fate brought me back here once again.

But I don’t want to say goodbye to you. I want to see you again, I want to hug you again, I want to share one more unique moment with you.
I don’t know if you noticed but life always brings me back herebecause good children always return home to say hello, never to say goodbye.

Saying goodbye was never my strong point, because I don’t think we can ever separate. We are connected by soul and the blood that runs through my veins is not just red, they are Blaugrana.

Every time I return my heart beats like the first time, the knot in my stomach is inevitable and the memories are memorable.

I also learned that everything will pass and that every story made as love must be valued… Well, olé le, olá lá, being from Barça is the best thing there is.

Here he is, forever a crazy culé who will never stop loving you.


Reference-aristeguinoticias.com

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