Varandas Fernandez, Benfica Vice President, confirmed the news of A BOLA about the club’s desire for the fans to be present in the Portuguese Cup Final, against SC Braga, scheduled for the 23rd, 8.30pm, at Estádio Cidade de Coimbra.
“As Benfica has always advocated, the fans should have returned to the stadiums. The pandemic had all due respect, but it was time to open it. I don’t understand, but I think there is a responsibility on the Portuguese Football Association.” Varandas Fernandez said in a statement to BTV : “You should be more daring with the government,” saying, “I pleaded for the Portuguese Cup Final to have an audience, and it is clear that he respected the rules.”
The coach also talked about the derby match with Sporting, scheduled for next Saturday. “It’s a derby, with all the conditions for it to be disputed. I don’t give special importance unless it is just another game to win, ”he said, dismissing the possibility of making new national champions the guard of honor:“ We are a selective club, we value education and courtesy highly. We always knew how to receive the clubs that visited us, and now I do not know what the honor guard is. We must do is a guard of honor for the president for the wonderful work he has done in the club. ”
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