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Name Jordi Cardoner
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Job vice-president of FC Barcelona
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Club as Player Barcelona [vice president]
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2019 08 04 Retrieve

[A deal to bring Neymar back to Barcelona from Paris Saint-Germain should be ruled out at this time] As of today, there’s no Neymar case, as the president said, and it’s complicated. We are passive actors. We know he’s not happy in Paris and it’s a situation that needs to be resolved in Paris. We haven’t spoken to them. There is a lot of respect between the clubs and if there is a Neymar case one day, we’ll talk. Today, at this time, it’s ruled out

2019 09 12 Retrieve

[Barca vice-president Jordi Cardoner on Messi’s contract] We are calm and there is a lot of positivity, especially in the dressing room. Leo will do what he thinks is fit, but Leo’s contract is very special because he is who he is. It’s a concession made to him and other players who deserve it. He can enter and leave the club when he sees fit. I’d love for him to stay for as long as he wants to play for our team

2020 04 21 Retrieve

[Barcelona donate Camp Nou naming rights to Barca Foundation in fight against coronavirus] We are very happy to be able to drive forward this initiative that offers something as emblematic as the name of our stadium, so that institutions, organisations, businesses who wise may associate themselves with it and as such, contribute to the fight against Covid-19, given that their investment will be used to finance research projects on the illness and projects that are working to eradicate or lessen its effects. Right now, we can quantify the effects of this health crisis but what we do know is that it will require all our resources to defeat it and for that reason it is so important that we all together make a solid, firm commitment. We are facing a global crisis without precedent in our modern history and we have to assume with courage and calm the responsibility that we have. For that reason, from both the club and the Foundation, we consider it vital at this time of humanitarian crisis to use all the resources available at the organisation to fight against the coronavirus pandemic and its consequences. It forms part of our way of doing things and of being as an institution. The cause, fighting against the coronavirus, is a global one. Being the top sporting entity on a world scale implies that we take on this challenge as fully as we can and if we can serve as inspiration for other organisations involved in the battle, perhaps we can create a wave of hope for millions of people around the world who are suffering due to this pandemic