The rival Spanish coach of Boca in the Cup was threatened by the bar, but continuesMarch 27, 2019
For a long time, the "barras bravas" became the great karma of soccer. In Argentina it is already customary to see acts of violence in the hands of these misfits who enjoy total impunity. But the reality is that it does not only affect Argentine soccer; the problem goes beyond borders. In Bolivia, "Los Gurkas" (the brave bar of Jorge Wilstermann, rival of Boca in Group G of the Copa Libertadores) lives threatening his coach, Miguel Ángel Portugal, to "reverse bad sports results or leave the club "
The threat was sent to the media and expressed dissatisfaction with the Spanish coach that, if it fails to win the next commitment (this Wednesday they play against Always Ready, at 19.15) they will "suggest" that they "resign" or take "other measures".
"We make the public warning to a particular person: Mr. Portugal, in view of the terrible campaign since the results were not given, we gave him an ultimatum (they had already threatened him on Sunday before Atlético Nacional de Potosí). things do not happen have to resign or we will be forced to take other measures, because the club is not the leadership decisions we make the partners and the fans that are in the good and bad"said that text.
The statement from Jorge Wilstermann's bar, threatening the club's coach, Miguel Ángel Portugal.
Finally, the Bolivian team, which is fifth in the domestic tournament, won 2 to 0 at Nacional, the team that leads the tournament. Portugal breathed and will be in the bank today to face Always Ready for the 14th date of the Bolivian Apertura tournament.
Despite this, the Spanish strategist shared and denounced the intimidation in his official Twitter account. "I leave you this detestable jewel that sent the official brave bar of the Wilstermann club against my person to the Bolivian media, I will tell you that we won 2-0 to the leader, my lawyer is with it," he said.
The criticism of the coach has been installed for some time, making the team's internal climate untenable. In the first days of March, Gróver Vargas, president of the club, was the one who was in charge of supporting Portugal, despite not having the expected results, both in the Bolivian tournament and in the Libertadores (he added a unit in two matches and is last in the group).
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