University of Chile lives a complicated sporting moment. The Blues are unable to raise their heads and the last defeat in the Clásico Universitario made it even more difficult for them to go down in the Position Table. One of the players who has authority to speak about the lay present is Waldo Ponce, who talked with After On Court about the present of the club that formed it.
The former central defender talked about a meeting he had at the Azul Sports Center with the president of Azul Azul, michael clarkwhom he advised: “A month ago, a little more, I was lucky enough to go to the CDA through the association of ex-soccer players of the U, where I am a leader and hold the position of secretary. I had a meeting with Michael Clark and I told him that you have to show up, you have to get your voice out.”.
In addition, “Waldini” made a comparison with the historical university president René Orozco and his presence in communication terms. “When I was younger, there was Doctor Orozco. He went out to talk losing, drawing or winning. In Colo Colo, when they had a bad time, the president, the sports manager, the coach also came out. Me too when I was a footballer, I demanded a lot, and more than one the referee would favor me if one is present,” he assured.
After En Cancha: Waldo Ponce and the ghost of the descent in the U
The anecdote with Clark and his hope in the blue future
Ponce explained that he has known the current blue boss for several years, although surprisingly, he did not remember him. “When I came to Chile in 2010 I was training with Michael Clark in a gym, I didn’t remember that and he reminded me at the meeting. It was an informal conversation that counts, but I hope he can appear soon for the peace of the fans “, he claimed.
Finally, the soccer player who emerged in the “Blue Caracol” told the recipe to get out of the bad sporting moment faced by the club that saw him born. “You can only go out together: the players, the people, the leaders and us, the former players, to work and put the club back where it deserves to be.“, he concluded.
After EnCancha: Waldo Ponce and his conversation with Michael Clark