Barcelona director Guillermo Amor has revealed why the club won't be giving their fierce rivals Real Madrid a guard of honour before their hotly-anticipated El Clásico match on Saturday.
Los Blancos have recently returned from the Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, where they beat Brazilian side Grêmio in the 1-0 in the final to claim the trophy.
As reported by the Independent, Spanish clubs traditionally form the 'pasillo' guard of honour when one of their side's wins the Club World Cup - but Barça director Amor has claimed that the Catalan giants won't be treating their rivals to the display of respect. Amor said:
"In this club we use to give a guard of honour when we participate in the competition of the winning team… and now it is not the case”.