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EFE | 14/08/2012
The Atlético Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has said that the General Assembly of the LFP which took place today was "positive" and could be the start of "a good working relationship" between the LFP and the 13 'rebel' clubs.
Cerezo said the presence of the minister for sport Miguel Cardenal was crucial to the success of the meeting, but added he would stay in contact with the representatives of the 13 clubs - Athletic Bilbao, Betis, Celta, Espanyol, Getafe, Granada, Mallorca, Osasuna, Rayo Vallecano, Real Sociedad, Sevilla and Zaragoza - which he said were "discriminated against" by the unequal distribution of television revenue.
"The 13 clubs are all united and we have to keep on going until we achieve our objectives. In the best interests for ourselves and the clubs in the league, we will keep trying until the end to win this battle."
However, Cerezo said there would be no further meetings before the start of the league season.
Manuel Llorente, president of Valencia, one of the seven clubs not in favour of reforming the structure of television revenuem, was asked if he thought there would be any strike from the 13 clubs. He responded: "The matches are going ahead, they will be televised, everything's fine."
Florentino Pérez and Sandro Rosell, presidents of Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively, declined to comment on their way out of the meeting.