This Tuesday, the coach of U. de Chile, Sebastian Miranda, spoke at a press conference and referred to the controversial meeting between Ronnie Fernández and Cristóbal Campos last weekend.
“Indeed, there was an episode on Saturday, It happened in our training so we are doing it internally, it is not for me to go into details, but unfortunately the acts of violence today are very normal”, recognized the DT of the U.
Along the same lines, the blue technician stated that acts of violence “are not normal, but they do happen in a group of 30 people like the one we are. There are frictions, there is a difference of thoughts, a lot has happened in other places, it does not mean that it is good, on the contrary, it is bad. I spoke with the people involved and we will take the necessary measures.”
Miranda assured that there will be sanctions for Fernández and Campos, however, he made it clear that the U squad is still in good shape despite the conflict. “The sanctions have not yet been determined, we are going to discuss them with the club and the players. What I am clear about is that this will make us stronger”, he added.
“It has been a difficult year and not any group could have endured, but these players have shown that they know how to get up in the face of adversity, I have no doubts that the team is doing well and the goals have not changed”, added the U. de Chile coach.
In addition, Sebastián Miranda clarified that the altercation “At the time it affected me, because it surprised me, it’s not that I fell apart. I didn’t witness it, I was in the office. What leaves me calm is that the group is strong, they have joined each other. I am convinced that it will not affect us.”