Likewise, the barristas chanted against the players and leaders of the rojiblanco club: “Let them all go, let not a single one remain” they sang and also showed banners with the legend “a lot of salary and few eggs“.
That they all go, that there is not a single one left
On banners they criticized the management of the leaders Amaury Vergara, president of the club, and Ricardo Peláez, sports director. “Inept! The team with the most history in Mexico is too big for them.”
Tonight our players who traveled to CDMX for the match against Cruz Azul, went down to the lobby of the concentration hotel to attend to the fans who clamored to be heard.
With great sadness, we saw how violence became present, putting our safety at risk. pic.twitter.com/EI9zozEZT1
– CHIVAS (@Chivas)
April 16, 2022
After 13 games, the “Chivas” have 14 points and are in 15th place in the standings, outside the playoff zone, which is why technical director Marcelo Michel Leaño was fired on Thursday.
inept! The team with the most history in Mexico is too big for them
Soccer players came out to talk
Players like midfielder Fernando Beltrán and defender Antonio Briseño came out to talk with the fans.
“Come, tell us things up front, we are here for whatever you want to tell us and we will face youbut not like that (with excesses), “the ‘Nene’ Beltrán told them.
“Pollo” Briseño told them: “That’s bad, I know how helpless you feel, but for us it’s worse; many of you even mess with our family and we are scared to even go out on the street“.
A couple of hours later, the Guadalajara club published a statement to refer to the events.
“We strongly condemn the attacks tonight, both by the pseudo-fans, who were the main actors, and by the media, which from early on helped create a hostile environment with their yellow and provocative headlines,” the club said on social media.
In the morning, some media reported that the players fled their training facilities to avoid the demands of the fans.
After the club’s statement, the ‘La Irreverente’ bar gave its response on social networks: “Keep laughing at your fans with your posts on social networks, keep going out the back door hiding without facing your fans.”
At night, with a greater presence of public security elements, fans continued to protest with chants and flares.
This Saturday, the “Chivas” will face Cruz Azul at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City for the fourteenth day of the Clausura 2022 tournament.