Why did Dani Alves appear barefoot during his presentation ceremony at the Camp Nou?

Why did Dani Alves appear barefoot during his presentation ceremony at the Camp Nou?

Barcelona presented its veteran Brazilian star, Dani Alves, on Wednesday, after his return to the Catalan team in a free transfer deal.

Where Elvis appeared “barefoot” the moment he entered the floor of the “Camp Nou” stadium, in a strange scene that raised the questions of many football followers, about the reason for his appearance during his presentation conference.

And Dani Alves, who caught the eye, appeared barefoot and again during his official presentation conference at the Camp Nou, a repeat of 2008.

At that time, Dani Alves attended his presentation ceremony in Barcelona, ​​also wearing slippers.

And the Catalan newspaper, “Sport”, revealed the reason for the Brazilian star to appear barefoot during his presentation conference after his return to Barcelona, ​​​​based on a religious text.

The newspaper added that Alves did the same way that the former Colombian defender of the Catalan team, Yari Mina, the current Everton player, entered the moment of his presentation at the “Camp Nou” stadium.

Alves commented on this matter, saying: “In life, many things change, today I have become more handsome, but there are things that do not change.

And it is the smell of the Camp Nou grass, a smell not very different from the smell of titles.” He concluded: “I cannot enter the stadium in a way other than this, in order to enjoy the Camp Nou grass.”

Alves, 38, joined Barcelona in the summer of 2008 from Seville.

He spent with Barca 8 wonderful seasons, achieved with the Catalan team all possible titles, and formed a dangerous duet with Argentine star Lionel Messi, exhausting all competitors.

The Brazilian right-back played 391 games for Barcelona in various competitions, scored 21 goals and provided 101 assists, and won 23 different titles with the team.

The Brazilian right-back won 23 titles in the Barcelona shirt, as follows: “The Spanish League 6 times, the King’s Cup 4 times, the Spanish Super Cup 4 times, the European Champions League 3 times, the Club World Cup 3 times, the European Super Cup 3 times.”

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