Paulo Sousa said Diego Alves had asked to play in the Libertadores, even after he was absent from training for ten days and after he reported pubic pain on Monday morning. According to the coach, the goalkeeper changed his mind in the afternoon, after meeting manager Bruno Spindel, and said he was feeling better playing.
– Here the operations are not like this, the players have to train. Paulo Sousa said he hasn’t trained a single day since the match against Botafogo, so that cannot be linked.
The team went down on Wednesday, but Diego Alves was at Ninho for treatment for a pubic disorder that has taken him out of activities since the match against Botafogo on the eighth. The goalkeeper did not hide his anger at Paulo Sousa’s press conference. In the midst of the confrontation is Bruno Spindel, who was cited by the coach as an interviewer in showing the goalkeeper’s willingness to play for the Libertadores.
Spindel confided to those close to him that Diego Alves’ position was the opposite, that he would not be able to play, and that there were demands in the club for the manager to make public explanations. Sought by General Electric, Bruno chose not to make statements.
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