Miguel Braga, director of communication of Sporting, in statements on the program Raio-X, on Sporting TV, harshly criticized Sérgio Conceição, because of the statements of the coach of FC Porto on the incidents of Clásico between the two sets of the championship which ends now.
“No one takes away the sporting merit of Sérgio Conceição, nor questions his technical and tactical abilities, he is a great coach, he has proven that, someone who has responsibilities, who has already represented the team nationally, I already mentioned the four goals against Germany, it earned him a special corner for all the Portuguese. The big question here is how he has the nerve to go into a conference room and say what he said, to say he wasn’t there, that he didn’t commit verbal offenses… see, in that case they didn’t tell me, I ‘ve seen”, began by saying Miguel Braga.
“It’s one of those times when you have to separate your passion for football from certain events. In life we all have our bad moments, we have our very good ones, not so good moments. But you have to take responsibility, be a little man and admit your there’s nothing wrong with that it baffles me to see the national champion coach go to a press conference to lie, play trickery, that’s what he ended up doing when he said he was out of place where he was and that didn’t insult a president. You can’t normalize an insult to a coach or a president,” he added.
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