Josep Maria Bartomeu had to move sign to prevent the chicken coop from burning and the truth is that he managed to appease the flames at least in part. After leaving publicly at noon to deny the greatest respect for the knowledge that the company hired to monitor social networks and position President Blaugrana was also responsible for defaming club players, former players and the critical environment to the positions of the board , the Blaugrana leader appeared in the afternoon in the Ciutat Esportiva to meet with the staff and give the appropriate explanations. It should not be forgotten that among those defamed by I3 Ventures were two highly valued club assets such as Leo Messi and Gerard Piqué.The meeting was not with the entire staff, but only with the four captains – Messi, Piqué, Sergio Busquets and Sergi Roberto – and with the presence of coach Quique Setién. During thirty minutesBartomeu struggled to present his arguments and clarify some of the doubts that those involved had on this thorny issue. More or less the line that Bartomeu drove was the same one he moved at noon, that is, they had no knowledge that the company in question managed those accounts and that if they had known they would have immediately terminated their contract, as they have done once contrasted the evidence provided by the SER chain, which uncovered this information exclusively. In fact, and To accompany his arguments, Bartomeu delivered a complete dossier regarding the positive messages made through these accounts to support the Catalan entity and position it positively in social networks. But to the captains, President Blaugrana also directed his darts towards the media and external agents who seek to destabilize the club at any cost because, according to Bartomeu, “we have been in election campaign for a year now.”It was not a monologue and the president was questioned by the captains regarding some specific issues, since it is not necessary to forget that some are especially active in the networks and know perfectly the management of accounts of this type.The conclusion is that the captains, and therefore the staff, were satisfied by the president’s explanations, although some more than others.