With blunders and “donkey” chants: Flamengo fans lose patience with Jorge Sampaoli

With blunders and “donkey” chants: Flamengo fans lose patience with Jorge Sampaoli

After his Copa Libertadores elimination, the Argentine coach is widely questioned about Mengao’s bias. The fans demonstrated in the agonizing parity against Sao Paulo.

Jorge Sampaoli He lives his worst moment since his arrival at the flamenco . The team with the biggest budget in South American football occupies third place in the Brasileirao, with 32 units, far from the 47 boasted by Botafogo, the new leader of the competition.

The surprise Copa Libertadores Round of 16 elimination at the hands of Olimpia, Casilda’s signature man-man attitude and the problems his fitness trainer’s attack on Pedro sparked, They made Mengao fans lose patience with the trans-Andean player.

The delegation arrived in Rio de Janeiro amid terrible disappointment by hundreds of Fla fans. The bias moved to the airport and demonstrated against the campus:Love is over, it’s gonna turn to hell ”, indicated, while throwing blunt objects at them . Even, the military police had to intervene with pepper spray to calm the situation where the people who were there were also affected.

Sampaoli was left in the eye of the storm and the fans’ tolerance reached its limits. During the recent match between Flamengo and Sao Paulo, the fans directly questioned the Argentine coach, who tried to change the scheme to a more attacking one.

Lucas Moura (38′) scored the opener and the protests escalated. It was even bigger when the strategist decided to replace Uruguayan Giorgian De Arrascaeta. It is in this context that the multiple blunders and chants of “donkey” directed towards the coach occurred. . Even Gabigol was not spared as he was also booed as he left the pitch.

At the end of the match, Flamengo regains parity. The referee awarded a dubious penalty in favor of Mengao after a subtle foul on Araújo, who collapsed in the box. After review in the VAR, the referee determined the maximum penalty. Pedro took responsibility and scored the final equalizer in the sixth minute of the game. Meanwhile, as an anecdote, it was the first of James Rodríguez, who entered at 66 ‘and played his first match with Sao Paulo.

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Source: Latercera

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