Porto president Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa considered that the club deserved this season to win the championship and the Portuguese Cup.
“This is what we want, this is what we fight for and I think that is what we deserve. This match was a lesson in what intelligence is in football, what rigor and enthusiasm in football is, and I think our victory is indisputable,” he says.
Exclusive to SIC Notícias, the official says FC Porto “never give up”: “Whatever happens, it can’t be controlled, we struggle to win”.
About the game with Sporting, keep in mind:
“It was a referee without issues. If you want to cry, you have to go to the obituary for some reason. Relationships with Sporting? They are good and excellent. Balconies? No, I don’t know.”
Sports President Federico Varandas will be Accused of defaming the president of FC PortoPinto da Costa, according to the educational decision of the Judicial Court of the District of Porto.
In October 2020, Frederico Varandas dubbed Pinto da Costa a “bandit”, noting that the Dragons chief “on the day he withdraws, or is forced to withdraw, he will do a great service to Portuguese football.”
In an interview with SIC Notícias, Pinto da Costa also wishes Tondela “good luck” in the tournament.
Porto in the portugal cup final
Porto is playing the final of the Portuguese Cup, for the 32nd time after it was Sporting defeated Thursday1-0, in Estádio do Dragão.
In the final, which will take place on May 22, in Estádio do Jamor, FC Porto will meet Tondela, who on Wednesday eliminated Mafra, from the Spanish second division, in the other semi-final.
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