Manchester City director Pep Guardiola has called to solve the unrest in Catalonia.
After nine pro-independence leaders had been jailed on Monday for their role in a push for independence in 41, this months El Clasico was postponed Friday next days of protests at Barcelona.
Guardiola – the Barcelona captain – has cautioned for figures dedicated to democracy to intervene and help bring an end to the violence which has seen protesters clash with riot police.
The worldwide community has to assist us to fix the battle, Guardiola stated.
Guardiola described them as an assault against individual rights, and spoke out at the sentences, which ranged from nine to 13 decades in resistance.
Asked whether people personalities from countries such as England should have their say, Guardiola said:I believe so. Normally everyone looks in his own situation and if it does not call them a lot they seem right, left,
We want Europe to solve this battle. The time has arrived [where] people dont trust each other a lot in Spain and Catalonia.
Guardiola insisted the results within the beginning of the year of that his squad would not change his view regarding his teams chances of success.
City course Premier League leaders Liverpool by eight points before the return to national action but if welcome back John Stones Kevin De Bruyne and Benjamin Mendy from injuries.
A few of these are better. Kevin is back and John coached the days [well]. Mendy also, maybe later, explained Guardiola, whose side have lost just two of their opening eight matches of the year.
Guardiola also verified Sergio Aguero will be available for your clubs trip to face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Premier League, after he emerged unscathed by a car accident earlier this week.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss also commended since he took over in September 2017, the job Licensed counterpart Roy Hodgson, who turned 72 in August, has done at Palace.
Considering that Roy Hodgson took on the group with zero points he helped his staff to prevent relegation to the Championship, explained Guardiola.
They have incredibly talented players, bodily, seasoned guys at the back and also a lot of talent from the middle and up front.
He added:When he is still there its because hes got the fire. It is amazing at 72 years of age. Youve got to have a great deal of energy to convince the players every day and still he does that.