El Clasico: La Liga ask for Barcelona-Real Madrid game to be moved

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La Liga has asked to be transferred to Real Madrids Bernabeu over fears of civil unrest.
Following nine leaders were detained on Monday there were days of demonstration in Barcelona.
More protests are expected from town on the day of the game.
La Liga created the petition to the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), mentioningunique circumstances beyond our control.
The petition hasnt yet been made to Barcelona or Real Madrid. BBC Sport has contacted both clubs for comment.
Both clubs will be asked by the RFEF to provide their opinion, together with the competitions committee to make its decision of all the Federation.
The Catalan Football Federation suspended all games in the region on Monday, but that ruling doesnt affect La Liga matches along with even the national group.
Catalonia is a region in north-east Spain and in a referendum about 1 October 2017, declared prohibited by Spains Constitutional Court, about 90 percent of Catalan votes cast backed independence. Turnout was 43%.
The two separatists were convicted of sedition above their function at the referendum and handed prison sentences of between two and 13 years from the Supreme Court of Spain.
After the analysis, Barcelona explained:Prison isnt the solution.
The Spanish winners included:More than ever, the team asks all political leaders to lead a process of dialogue and discussion to solve this conflict, which should also allow for the release of convicted governmental and civic leaders.
FC Barcelona also expresses its own support and solidarity to the families of those that are deprived of the freedom.

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