Without filters, Javier Tebas directly x-rayed the situation of European football, with burning issues such as the Negreira case, the Super League or financial fair play, before a select audience that mixed the sports, business and media sectors. . At his side, the deputy to the presidency of the Godó Group, the journalist Ramon Rovira, led the conference, and the editor-in-chief of La Vanguardia Sports, Joan Josep Pallàs, the deputy director of Mundo Deportivo, Cristina Cubero, put in the form of incisive questions. and the Head of Sports for RAC1, Joan Lluís García. Thebes, delighted with the melee, answered them all in his own way. Fitting in and hitting back, like a prosecutor.
In the audience they listened attentively, among others, Javier Godó, Count of Godó, the CEO of the Godó Group, Carlos Godó, the director of Libros de Vanguardia and Vanguardia Dossier, Ana Godó, Jordi Peral, director of RAC1 and RAC105, Santi Nolla, director of Mundo Deportivo, and the general directors of the Godó Group Xavier de Pol and Pere Guardiola.
In the case of a football theme, representatives of Barça, such as the manager Miquel Camps, and Espanyol, such as its CEO Mao Ye, could not be missing, nor important figures linked to both clubs, such as Carles Tusquets, who was in his day president of the board blaugrana manager, Toni Ruiz, former head of Barcelona communication, Josep Sánchez Llibre, president of Foment del Treball and renowned blue and white supporter, and the former president of Espanyol Joan Collet. Closely linked as one of the LaLiga partners, the president of Port Aventura, Arturo Mas-Sardà, attended. Josep Maria Xercavins (Grefier), Manuel Brufau (Indra), Alfredo Bustillo (CaixaBank), Maite Barrera (Barcelona Global) and Esteve Rubio (father of Ricky Rubio) were other names on the evening. Thebes generates conflicting opinions but with him there is always debate.