The President of Students differed his position with that of Carlos Tevez on the return of the activity and made it clear that he understood that it was an economic necessity.
The desire for a return from training in Argentina seemed unanimous, at least in public. But Carlos Tevez He related a personal experience to show himself against the return “with the collapsed hospitals.” This idea was met with the response of another heavyweight within the Argentine soccer: Juan Sebastián Verón.
La Brujita spoke on Radio Cooperativa and although she clarified that she loves Tevez, she stressed that she does not share her gaze, to later explain: “We all had someone close to us who was ill. We have to disarm the campus. There, we will have to lower the blind. But there will be a lot of people on the street. “
“The television people who are paying today without us playing, must be saying ‘boys, if they don’t come back, we’ll cut here, we won’t pay more.’ And there I want to see if that happens,” he added.
And without giving names, but visibly upset with some of his peers, the President of Students remarked that “this took a long time and is a decision that should have been made sooner. At one point, when this was discussed, you seemed insensitive. Today, those who said that are pressing and say that it can’t be that they don’t play again. “
In the same sense, he reflected his uncertainty about the pass market: “At this moment I do not know whether to bring or not, I am surprised that there are clubs that have already incorporated and continue to incorporate. We do not know if we are going to play or when,” and closed with Another criticism for the teams that participate in the Copa Libertadores. “It’s crazy that they don’t have something to train for,” she concluded.
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