Real Madrid plan to defend the honour of millions of Madridistas

14 Apr 2018

Florentino Perez and his Real Madrid board have had enough of what they perceive to be defamatory campaigns, and now they will go out on a limb to defend the values of the club and its supporters.

Millions of followers around the world, demonstrable via social networks as well as by those who wear the shirt, have become more than fans for those who run the club.

They’ve become a treasure, because, according to the club directors, these people remain faithful despite the media harassment suffered by their team.

At the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, thought is being given to taking decisive measures.

This could amount to legal action against all those who continue to cross the line of honour and question the intentions of the club and its players.

There is media fatigue and hostility towards other clubs, and certainly, the intention isn’t for Real to stay with their arms crossed and hesitate.

The history of Real Madrid and, especially, the present, is to be protected to those millions of followers who have seen how campaigns against their team have multiplied.

First there were certain suggestions from players of other teams, then ‘hot balls’ and the supposed rigged draws.

Now, it’s back to the referees being ‘bought,’ therefore questioning the value of Zinedine Zidane’s side.

The time has come and if it is necessary to go to court, they will do so.

Even the players themselves are not going to put up with it any longer, and Florentino Perez has given the ok to use whatever means necessary to end this constant bombardment.

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