In an interview with BTV, Antonio Oliveira was called to explain the words he said to Porto Canal after the match between the B-teams of Porto and Benfica, on May 13, with the Reds boss congratulating the main blue and white team on the match. Opening from the title.
“It’s about my way of life and in football, regardless of the opponent. I also deal poorly with defeat, but you have to know how to win and know how to lose. That’s why I congratulate the opponent, give it to another and on another channel. It’s my way of being, skilled less Rational. In the moment we live in, we must set an example, no matter how the opponent wins,” he explained, emphasizing that he would not leave Luz with regret.
“I get along well with everyone and have met extraordinary people. I have always agreed with the club’s sporting project at the expense of my personal ambitions. I am competitive by nature, in the projects I enter it is always a win, even if the context is very difficult. I already knew that the priorities were for the youth league And under 19. When I said what I said, I didn’t mean to hit Coach A, B or C. Everything I said is true, it should be framed,” he said, stressing why he had deservedly claimed to win the youth league.
“It’s the fact that 60 per cent of the youth league team is a B team. The fact that they are competing in a more mature league like League 2 makes things easier. There is appreciation for those who represented Benfica in the best way and scored a goal under Luis Castro, but there is also appreciation for those who left “In difficult conditions to ensure the functioning of the Benfica campus and all the other competitions that took place. This is a victory for Benfica. The youth league team is not a team, it is made up of three teams: U19, U23 and B team. All people should be appreciated.”
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