The former Reds player thinks the situation shows loneliness
Antonio Pacheco, a former footballer who represented Benfica between 1987 and 1993, considers that the rebellion that led to the departure of Jorge Jesus “reveals that the group must have been fed up with Jorge Jesus until the end of their poetry”.
Speaking to Rádio Renascença, the former left winger believes what happened in the last few hours at Seixal shows “the group is strong”. “The players united around one of their captains,” he says, considering that the situation “shows what a lot of people think about Jorge Jesus: He is someone who feels above all others.” “It makes everyone who works around it completely disoriented,” he adds.
Pacheco believes that “anyone who comes, preferably someone the majority already knows, from a mental point of view, would be better.” He is even optimistic about the derby in Dragau: “Contrary to what you might think, this comes at the best time. Because the players want to show that you probably don’t get through most of the problems.”
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