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La Liga To Observe Minute Of Silence In Memory Of Barcelona Terror Victims

The Spanish League has confirmed that the opening weekend of matches of the competition will go ahead following the terrorist attacks in which have left 13 people dead and around 100 injured, and the subsequent incident in the nearby town of Cambrils which saw 5 terrorists killed by police as they attempted a second assault.

Police locked down the area after the terror attack in Barcelona

The website of the LFP, says that the clubs in the and the Liga 123 (Spanish Second Division) will “hold a homage to the victims and their families after the tragedy which happened in the city of Barcelona.”

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“La Liga has asked the Spanish Football Federation for a minute’s silence to be held in all of the games of the first weekend of competition,” it continues.

FC Barcelona open their season at home to Betis in the at 20:15 on Sunday evening and the game will be played under strict security measures, while the club has announced that flags will fly at half-mast and the players will wear black armbands in memory of the victims.

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