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The Portuguese press says goodbye to Apple de Palmeiras after the title - 11/27/2021

The Portuguese press says goodbye to Apple de Palmeiras after the title – 11/27/2021

Farewell tone shown by Portuguese coach Abel Ferreira from Palmeiras after Libertadores won by beating Flamengo 2-1 this afternoon (27). He has not only attracted the attention of the press and fans of Palmeiras in Brazil, but also the attention of news sites in his homeland that are already reacting to the possible farewell.

Portuguese sports websites such as Publico and Apola also echoed the coach from Palmira during the press conference after the previous match in what the vehicles described as a “really farewell speech”.

“At the time of the party, Abel leaves the future open,” the Portuguese Público.pt wrote in his headline. “Abel Ferreira, who was crowned South American champion on Saturday, left his future open at Palmeiras, despite winning the ‘double’ title at the Brazilian club,” he explained in his text.

“Naturally happy, but with a letter in the form of a farewell to Palmeiras,” wrote A Bola, analyzing his unexpected reaction to his second successive cup win. Editors.

“I am calm, at peace with myself, with a feeling that I have accomplished. The way you play in Brazil is very intense and does not give anyone any health. I will think a lot about what I want for myself for the present and the future.”, the coach said after winning the Palmira title and this caused In all expectations for his future in Porco.

Despite the tone, Abel himself said that Palmeiras has already indicated that he wants to extend the contract, but that he will need to sit down for a crucial conversation with his family. Al-Muntasir also promised to publish a book that tells his stories.

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The coach commented, “The calendar is crazy and inhuman. The club has already shown its will, but I have to think with my family.”