The soccer players of La Academia ignited the controversy after they were caught training in a Rosario complex.
Several provinces of Argentina remain in quarantine, although they claim the AFA and to the National Government the authorization to return to training. This is the case of Santa Fe, where Rosario is in phase 5. However, there was still no authorization for the teams to practice and a controversy was generated after learning that players from Racing They played soccer in a complex.
According to images published by TyC Sports, Iván Pillud, Augusto Solari, Nery Domínguez, Walter Montoya, Héctor Fértoli, Mauricio Martínez, Benjamín Garré and Matías Rojas were present in an establishment, whose owner is the right-back, and they would have started it since midle June.
The venue is enabled with a protocol in question for training. What raised controversy is that the practice of group sports is still prohibited. Therefore, regardless of the style of exercises that the footballers were doing, they played soccer.
Upon learning of this news, Sebastián Beccacece spoke with Líberoy and expressed: “They are working in a personalized way in a place where this activity is enabled, with all the protocols and precautions. Hence, to think that Racing is training is a little exaggerated” .
“It is totally false that there was someone from the coaching staff in the area. The images are of other soccer players who hire the service of that field, they are from the Reserves of the Rosario clubs,” he added. Refers to Newell’s and Tiro Federal footballers. There are also lower boys from Boca and Quilmes.
“They got together in a place where through a sanitary protocol they work in a specialized way. If it is allowed in the place and that does not mean going against what is allowed, it does not seem bad to me,” the technician closed.
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