last Tuesday , Palmeiras defeated Sao Paulo 3-0 and qualified for the semi-finals of the Conmebol Libertadores..
After Verdau’s victory, Paulo Nobre, the former president of Alverde Club, mocked Tricolor in a post on social networks.
In the post, he referred to the old controversy with Carlos Miguel Idar, the former head of the Morumbi team.
Nobre wrote, “Would a grocer want to eat a banana today, or would he be sad and without that appetite before?!”
Marcos posted in the comments, a former goalkeeper and Palmyra idol emoji from laughing.
The feud between the two former presidents of the two clubs occurred in 2014.
At that time, Paulo Nobre complained about São Paulo’s position in appointing Alan Kardec, then at Palmeiras.
Carlos Miguel Idar responded to Nobre’s remarks in a provocative tone, using a handful of bananas in an interview.
“The appearance of President Paulo Nobre is pathetic. It unfortunately illustrates the current size of the Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras, which is becoming, year after year, smaller with appearances of this kind,” Aidar said at the time.
During the press conference, he even ate a banana and complained about it being “green”.
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