Real Madrid bans club member after post-Clásico violence, insults
MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid says it has banned a club member and asked Spain's commission against violence to investigate two other men after they were seen acting violently and insulting players who returned from the 2-1 Clásico defeat at Barcelona.
Spanish media published images showing fans shouting and hitting cars leaving Madrid's training ground, which is located near the city's international airport.
Madrid said in a statement that after examining the pictures captured early Monday it had identified a member and thrown him out of the club, banning him from entering the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium or any other of its premises.
Media reports said one of the luxury vehicles being hit—a white convertible Bentley—belonged to Wales star Gareth Bale.