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"FIFA understand that we do things correctly
« on: July 02, 2014, 07:51:27 PM »
FIFA understand that we do things correctly -- we had Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Xavi as first, second and third inside Ballon d'Or. You want our fans and members showing their indignation at this sanction."
Barcelona had supplied Fut 14 Coins with home elevators approximately 50 players younger than 18 who had registered and played for the club between 2009 and 2013, Bartomeu said.
Bartomeu also revealed that she has "some evidence" which will examine a conspiracy -- FIFA's investigation was prompted by an "anonymous complaint" about an "unnamed player," he said.
"For a time now someone desires to damage Barcelona," Bartomeu said. "We are investigating the spot that the anonymous complaint originated. Bar?a do no problem, we just looked for talent. I cannot the suspicions point to one club or another."
Bartomeu hasn't discussed the punishment with FIFA boss Sepp Blatter but Secretary General Jerome Valcke "considers the measure excessive," he explained.
"Bar?a did not break the principles. After they told (us) your children can't play, they stopped playing," he added.
"We ask FIFA to appear from case to case, instances of each kid, to ensure that there may be exceptions to the rules. As being a club, we accept  Fifa 14 Coins  regulations because we have been a FIFA member."
The club has 10 days by which to lodge their appeal.


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