Friday, March 19, 2010

Former president Reyna so far not involved

Asked if he will get involved in the presidential elections at Barcelona that will be held in June, former Barcelona president Enric Reyna has said in an interview with Catalan radio station COM Ràdio that this is not the case for now:

"At this moment, I don't have plans to get involved, but in the world of football anything can happen. I have been contacted by candidates, that's true, there have been phone calls. But so far I have clearly said no to everyone."

Catalan businessman Enric Reyna was the Barcelona president between February and May 2003. The 69-year old property developer joined the Barcelona board of directors after the 2000 elections. In Decemeber 2002, he was promoted to vice-president and when president Joan Gaspart resigned a few months later, Reyna became the 37th president of FC Barcelona.

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