After falling to Rayados 3-2 and losing the top of the Clausura 2024, Pachuca coach Guillermo Almada ‘exploded’ against a TUDN reporter in the post-match press conference.
The helmsman seemed angry and said that “they should give the trophy to Rayados,” because he considered the Gang reporter to be in favor.
What are you asking Almada?
Due to rights issues, Rayados gave the first question of the press conference to TUDN, which was the opening method of the reporter Vladimir García in front of Almada.
García’s question is whether this match against Rayados is the most difficult for Almada to direct so far in the Clausura 2024, where Tuzos arrived as a super leader of BBVA, and the helmsman took the question of the bad way; The reporter even pointed out that he misunderstood.
“Well, I’ll give it to you, let’s see if you have easy opponents in this league. It’s clear that it doesn’t correspond to the reality of Mexican soccer, because none of them are easy. And no one that gives us anything that is in the first position, no dubious play in any game. I completely disagree with you.
“You said it was easy, if the trophy is not given to Rayados, in your opinion, give it to them… Yes, I misunderstood because you said that the last four games were easy. They are not easy. Do you think Curz Azul is easy? Xolos is easy, León is easy, one of the most expensive squads, Pumas. If that’s easy for you, that’s fine. Give him all the credit you want to give him and take it from others. That’s an easy way, but those of us who come here to play here meet ourselves on the field. Nobody gave us anything.”
Almada later took the press conference quite calmly, and acknowledged that his team had a terrible first half, although he emphasized that they were fighting for the tie, but it did not come.
“We did a terrible job in the first half and that’s the truth. In the second half, we knew the quality that Rayados had and without a doubt sometimes the youngsters betrayed us in managing the game time that little … The reality is that in the first half we didn’t get the ball, we didn’t play. , we didn’t defend ourselves, we gave the ball to Monterrey and that was very dangerous… I saved the courage, the ego and the desire to get close to the scoreboard.”