The coach of Coquimbo United, Fernando Diaz, referred this Friday to failure of the Second Chamber of the Disciplinary Court of the ANFP that ratified the relegation of Deportes Antofagasta to Primera B and the three points in favor of Palestine for the suspended duel between the two teams.
The ‘Pirata’ team was one of the teams involved in the standings and he ran the risk of losing the category in case of a resolution in favor of the ‘Pumas’. On it, the DT of the aurinegros was satisfied by the sentence and pointed against the secretary general of the ANFP, Jorge Yunge, for his controversial statements.
“Even though we all had confidence that the ruling was too forceful, there are beginning to be some kind of doubts. Especially with the intemperate attitudes and interventionism that Yunge did “he explained in dialogue with Sports DNA.
“One begins to think that there may be something strange. But ultimately something was ratified that was super clear and I am very happy for the city of Coquimbo”, he added.
Regarding his permanence in the First Division, Fernando Díaz commented that “We celebrate it on Sunday, with the city and the players accordingly. All this type of administrative situations and the attitudes that seem unethical to me of some officials, caused great nervousness to be generated in the city.
“Fortunately, Sunday’s celebration was ratified today and we are happy to prepare for next year. Anyway, it would be nice if the people involved like Yunge explain why he did what he did.”hill.