Piqué’s retirement speech is accused of plagiarism by Real Sociedad fans
In his video, the player says words similar to the lines of Xabi Prieto who retired last year
After declaring last week, on his social networks, that he would retire from the pitch, Gerard Piqué faced his last victorious dispute in the Barcelona team against Almeria in the La Liga championship, at the Camp Nou stadium, in Spain. However, his videotaped farewell statement was accused of plagiarism for using an excerpt from the same speech by former Real Society player Xabi Prieto, who retired last year.
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According to Real Sociedad fans and fans, Piqué would have used the phrase “I didn’t want to be a football player, I wanted to be a Barça player” in which it is similar to the one put by Xabi Prieto, just changing the names of the teams. Faced with the public’s unrest, the Barcelona player has yet to comment.
At the end of the farewell match, the Barcelona player got emotional and spoke about the historic moments he lived during his trajectory and also declared that he could return to the team with the position of president.
“First of all, thank you very much to all the teammates, employees, physiotherapists. You realize that in life, sometimes to love is to let go. of air”, stated Gerard Piqué.
In his career, the Spanish player was world champion with Spain in 20120, won 8 La Liga championship titles, 7 Copa del Rey titles, 6 Spanish Supercups, 4 Champions League mugs, 3 Club World Cups and 3 Supercup titles. from Europe.
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