Who started the idea for the banners?

    Who started the idea for the banners?

    In the last week there has been a stir behind the banner of Amazon Prime Video publicizing the premiere of the new documentary series of Sergio Ramos (“The legend of Sergio Ramos”), which came a few months after the one that Joan Laporta had put in the vicinity of the Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid fiefdom, with which he warned Real Madrid with a ‘Willing to see you again’.

    The truth is that social networks they were filled with laughter and criticism of the captain of the White House. Starting with the fact that there was a grammatical error in the message that was on the canvas that his team did not realize. The banner reads “I want you to see me again”, when the right thing would be “I want you to see me again” (“I want you to see me again”).

    However, that was not the main reason why Ramos received endless criticism. In social networks they accused him of having copied or imitated the banner that he had put up months before Joan Laporta, in his candidacy for the presidency of FC Barcelona, ​​in Madrid. The ‘memes’ and laughter to the ‘camero’ did not wait and shortly after it went viral on all social platforms.

    ‘Sports world’ He recalled that, really, the Real Madrid defender was the first to use that strategy and that, a year later, Joan Laporta “imitated”, “copied” or was “inspired” of your idea. In September 2019, to promote its series, Amazon placed a large double-fronted tarp two blocks from the Camp Nou (Gran Vía de Carlos III, touching Diagonal) with the slogan “Coneix el teu rival” (“Meet your rival” ), a wink directed at the Barcelona fans.

    A new duel in the Classic

    The Ramos-Laporta ‘duel’, which was really won by the Madrid captain, continues with the Clásico this Saturday, at the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium, which will end up determining many aspects in the last leg of the season. Although Ramos will not be on the field, he has already shown his support from the stands for his team.

    The truth is that Barça’s visit to the Madrid fiefdom is more than important. If Ronald Koeman’s men take all three points, the league will be impossible for Real Madrid, because they would be five points behind the Blaugrana, also waiting for the clash between Betis and Atlético.

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