Any football fan knows that Valencia is far from its best level for many years. That team that reached two Champions League finals at the turn of the century is now fighting to avoid relegation.
In general, Valencians blame the long-term collapse of Peter Lim, the Singaporean millionaire who, in 2014 and taking advantage of the destruction caused by the economic crisis of the club, took control of Valencia. QAfter years of thinking about business rather than football glory, the team has settled into mediocrity. But something has changed this season: with Rubén Baraja on the bench and some youngsters on the field, Valencia gives a better image.
However, after the Copa del Rey elimination against Celta this week, one of the brightest and most promising youngsters, the midfielder. Javi Guerra was blamed by some fans for the loss. Guerra is only 20 years old, and he has scored some of the team’s most important goals in recent seasons, including one against Valladolid that was crucial for Valencia to avoid relegation last season. That did not prevent the anger of the less patient to be released.
Javi Guerra closed his X account, Twitter back then. Many media outlets published the information in the sense that he did it to take himself away from the pressure and focus on football, which once again shows that, if Instagram is the social network for posture and TikTok is the social network for dancing – and, every time for more people, the one that serves to inform themselves -, X is the base instincts and grass.