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Minute's silence to be held for Barahona & Txetxu el Negro

Ipurua will pay tribute to the two men ahead of Sunday's game against FC Barcelona

This Sunday will see Ipurua observe a minute's silence to bid farewell to two men who played their part in the club's history. The club's supporters will honour Victor José Barahona, who served as vice-president for a decade (1970-1980) and was a member of the board for a number of years during the 1960s and 1970s.

Meanwhile, left winger José Valdés turned out for Eibar over the course of a dozen seasons during the 1950s and was a member of the side managed by Antonio Corral which lifted two Campeón de España de aficionados (Spanish amateur football) titles.

In view of this, the club has called for a minute's silence to be observed before kick-off on Sunday.