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High tension in Barcelos at the end of the Vicente Estoril generation - Liga Bowen

High tension in Barcelos at the end of the Vicente Estoril generation – Liga Bowen

The match ended with a push in the middle of the field, many arguments and obvious dissatisfaction with Ricardo Soares.

It all ended with a welcome and a hug, but right after Andre Narciso’s final whistle, there was a moment of intense tension on the pitch of the Estádio Municipal de Barcelos. A group of players and coaches with a lot of pushes here and there and some ephemeral but very raging discussions, as well as clear dissatisfaction with Ricardo Soares, something the coach made clear when he expressed his dissatisfaction with his lack of presence. compensation time.

“I can reveal what happened at the end because I don’t want to make a case out of this, I even want to make as little noise as possible. I know I have to talk or show less, but it’s part of my way of communicating. I didn’t question Andre Narciso’s judgment, I’ve I went to tell him that Gil Vicente does everything to have great football, so it didn’t make sense that a game like this, with so many substitutions, only had four minutes of extra time,” said Gilista’s coach, also revealing Angry at the FC Porto coach during a coaching meeting where the useful time for the match was discussed:

“We came from a match against the championship leader where we played almost all the time with a lesser element, but we never resorted to any strategy to stop useful time because I am completely against the counter match. Gil Vicente does not waste time, he does not corner the referees and he does not simulate penalties, but he should I agree with Sérgio Conceição when he said that training meetings to enhance match time are meaningless if the referees are not present.”

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