Abel Ferreira had already deserved some criticism from Coca, and now the tone has risen particularly well with Atletico Goyanian coach Jorginho’s conference.
Talk of Abel’s trip to the locker room in the Copa Libertadores quarter-final decision is still the subject of talk in Brazil. And Jorginho, the coach of Atlético Guianese, who had previously criticized the Portuguese coach, explained what would happen if the captain of a Brazilian technical team performed the same behavior.
He said in statements to the press, “If a Brazilian coach enters the locker room to listen to music at the time of the penalty kick, he will be considered a coward. But with his victory, nothing happened, everything is fine.”
Jorginho raised the tone and publicly criticized the Portuguese coach, remembering that football had already been invented in Brazil and that there would be more complicated jobs for the two-time South American champion.
“Abel is a very good coach, this period is not a question of his ability under discussion. What is under discussion, especially in this case, is that he did not discover football. We are not at the time when the Portuguese come here and discover football! What happened to Jorge Jesus was Unusual, what happened to Abel as well, but that’s because they have a team like Flamengo and Palmeiras. I want to see him do what he’s doing here at Atlético Guianense. Come here to be the champion of Brazil,” he explained.