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'El Mundo' reveals CDR's plan to disrupt the Clasico

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Pin The CDRs had planned a mass demonstration for the Barca-Madrid game. EFE/Archivo
The CDRs had planned a mass demonstration for the Barca-Madrid game. EFE/Archivo

'El Mundo' reveals CDR's plan to disrupt the Clasico

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The Committee for the Defence of the Republic (CDR), a Catalan independence group, had planned to cause trouble during the Clasico which was scheduled for 26th October.

The La Liga match between Barcelona and Real Madrid has got a new date, but we still do not know what time it will kick off. It will be played on 18th December because it could not be played on the original date for security reasons

It was the correct decision if we take into account the information published this Saturday by 'El Mundo'. They have revealed what the CDRs were planning to do on the original date of the fixture. 

Apparently, according to the cited paper, the independence group were planning: block the Real Madrid team bus with flares to stop them reaching the Camp Nou and cut cables inside the stadium so that the game could not be televised. 

It was a calculated plan and the game ended up being postponed. If what 'El Mundo' has published is true, La Liga were right to postpone the fixture. 

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