‘The museum is missing a Conference League trophy as well’: Fans mock Barcelona after club tweets that the Europa League is one of the trophies they haven’t yet won
- Barcelona has been mocked for saying the Europa League is a missing trophy
- Barca moved down to the Europa League after they finished third in their group
- Fans were left to rue how far the mighty club had fallen while others laughed
Barcelona fans have been mocking their own club after the official Twitter account said the Europa League was missing from the Camp Nou museum.
Barca is preparing to face Napoli in the Europa League play-offs having been finished third in their Champions League group.
While some clubs would relish reaching the knockouts of Europe’s second best tournament, for five-time Champions League winner Barcelona it is a sign of just how far they have fallen.
Barcelona has been mocked after tweeting the Europa League was missing from the museum
The club though it seems was either unaware or unwilling to admit that and instead took the bizarre decision to post saying the Europa League trophy was missing from the Camp Nou’s glittering museum.
This led to plenty of fans both of the club and other teams to make fun of the Spanish giants.
One fan called it a ‘crazy spin’ while another said ‘I’d rather finish last in the group stage and get kicked out of the competition, than say this!’
One user blamed Xavi and said the legendary player turned manager had taken ‘my beautiful club to europa league’ followed by a broken heart emoji.
Another user said every day the club comes up with embarrassing tweets while one said there was a ‘very good reason’ why there was no Europa League in Barcelona’s trophy cabinet.
One tweet also joked that the club was missing the Conference League trophy from its cabinet.
Regardless of whether fans like it, a Europa League win for Barcelona may be of great use considering the club is currently fourth in La Liga and could slip out of the Champions League spots. If they were to win the tournament, they would be given entry for next season’s elite competition.
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