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A BOLA - Morita with disciplinary process after an interview with A BOLA (Santa Clara)

A BOLA – Morita with disciplinary process after an interview with A BOLA (Santa Clara)

And Santa Clara announced, through a statement, that he had taken disciplinary measures against midfielder Hidemasa Morita, justifying the action in the interview that the Japanese international gave to A BOLA newspaper, claiming a lack of permission, as he complained about his transfer to Sporting. .

“Both the athlete and his representative must respect the Santa Clara Foundation. Because, on the other hand, our sports community has always treated the athlete in an exemplary manner, as well as all other people associated with us ”, the document reads.

As for the player’s future, the Azoreans say that the directors “only seek, proactively, to listen to the interests of all parties involved, taking into account all possible proposals and better deal with them.”

Full statement:

“Following a news article containing an interview with our athletes Hidemasa Morita, in ‘A Bola’ on April 5, Santa Clara Acores – Futebol, SAD came to refute its content and publish it in the sports press, asserting that basic rules such as permission to make statements to the media were not followed. . Thus, this situation is the subject of internal disciplinary action.

We strongly affirm that both the athlete and his representative must respect the Santa Clara Foundation. On the other hand, because our sports community always treats the athlete in an exemplary manner, as well as all other people associated with us.

In the same way, our sports association comes to clarify a news in the newspaper “Record” on Wednesday, April 6, which imposes the narrative that he refused to play, when he went to FC Porto, last Monday – Adel. To back up the facts, the athlete joined exercises claiming discomfort in the lower part of the foot, a problem he said he brought from the Japanese team’s obligations. Later, on the day of the match, he asked our coach, Mario Silva, not to participate in the 28th round match of the tournament for the above issue, as he felt he was not in a position to contribute to this. the match.

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Returning to the athlete’s interview, the fact that he spoke about the “siege” does not correspond to the truth, since representatives of Santa Clara Acores – Futebol, SAD only proactively seek only to listen to the interests of all parties involved, they are considered and all possible proposals are better processed. This would be the case in all scenarios with Santa Clara always placing first above any given issue.

Since the interest in the athlete has been announced by the media, the management of Santa Clara Açores – Futebol, SAD carefully studies and evaluates all proposals that come to him or anything else related to us. This proposal, in particular, is also a reason for analysis and development by our Board of Directors, taking into account, as always, the interests of the athlete, but reinforcing once again that Santa Clara’s best interests come first.”