By CAPosts 11 August, 2020 - 06:02pm 167 views
ESPN commentator, Alvaro Morales, took advantage of Guadalajara's instability to send a strong message to Amaury Vergara, owner and current president of the Red-White ensemble. The sports analyst criticized the possible arrival of Victor Manuel Vucetich in the Chivas.
"The football industry is of perception, it is persuading, it is to deceive the fools. Today, where Amaury Vergara's leadership is, communicating with several managers in the end they continue to mock and compare him to 'Chava Iglesias', the character of the series 'Club de Cuervos' , the journalist felt during the spicy football broadcast.
Similarly, Morales questioned the millionaire spending of the Reddish-white directive for its reinforcements and added that "those 50 million, Tena didn't even use them on the court."
"If I ran as technical director for a team, professional football, I would certainly find a job. Today, this is the industry, cheating on fools through perception", he pointed out in front of ESPN's audience.
Regarding victor Manuel Vucetich's arrival on the white-collar bench, Morales was insanity and said that "he can't get to Chivas without receiving $6 million a year." The commentator stressed that if "Vuce" accepts less than $6 million it is "down to its price" or "is urgied." "Victor, if you don't get $6 million a year don't take them, they're looking at your face".
Later, sarcastically and mockingly, Morales criticized Guadalajara's current affairs and assured that what they are experiencing is normal", since Chivas "is the reality of a shame, the reality that they cannot compete because they are anachronistic".
The defeat against Puebla caused Luis Fernando Tena to leave the technical direction. EFE/Francisco Guasco/Archive
In addition, "El Brujo" Morales criticized Chivas's way of working, as he emphasized that in the "Vergara era" more than 20 technicians have passed and "none has worked".
"I question yes, Tena won the Olympics, but that was 8 years ago. Today, it hasn't won anything in all this time," concluded the ESPN reporter.
It should be noted that Guadalajara has not had the best start of the tournament, since in three matches played it has managed to rescue 1. The defeat against Puebla caused Luis Fernando Tena to leave the technical direction .
In the face of these statements, his fellow-at-table colleagues positioned themselves on the subject and pointed out so "reasons" for understanding the decisions Tena made directing Guadalajara.
It should be noted that Guadalajara has not had the best start of the tournament, since in three matches played it has managed to rescue 1. The defeat against Puebla caused Luis Fernando Tena to leave the technical direction. (PHOTO: FERNANDO CARRANZA GARCIA / CUARTOSCURO)
"It's not all Luis Fernando Tena's fault, as he worked with the team he had. Today, clubs internationally, are not so much based on the technician, rely on the template they have to find a suitable technician", sign Jared Borgetti during the broadcast.
For his part, Mauricio Ymay pointed out that Chivas's reinforcements " did not work for 'Flaco' Tena, because when he used them they were not there to play". "If they're not there to play, they're not there to play. Ricardo Peláez made no mistake in leaving Tena."
In the end, José Luis Sánchez Solá, said that any manager who comes to the young bench will do so in a conditioned way, implying that Ricardo Peláez will impose players. "The arrival as technical director of Chivas bought the idea from Peláez," the "Chelis" concluded.
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