Serra Ferrer appears in the epicenter of the Betis crisis

The Balearic, fired from the club in June, is in Seville and assesses whether to go to the game against Valencia, which would further reheat the spirits.


Anda part of the nail beticism against his team but also against his Board of Directors for the delicate sporting situation and Rubi returns to play this Saturday against Valencia, in another final for his stay on the verdiblanco bench. The Villamarín will live an authentic plebiscite that would reheat even more the presence of the myth and longed for many Lorenzo Serra Ferrer. First coach and then vice president of sports. Serra, in Seville, will be honored by a Betic rock on Saturday evening, but assesses whether or not to attend the meeting before. His presence would multiply the passions and the chants.

Betis, who dispensed with his services last June, has invited him to the meeting in a gesture for roughness. But Serra does not accept this invitation at the moment and prefers, if he goes, to sit in his Preferred subscriber location or go to one of the private boxes of friends that he can also have. In these last places, perhaps, it would go more unnoticed for the stands.

If you finally go to Benito Villamarín, the one at Sa Pobla will become the last and decisive ingredient of an explosive cocktail of feelings for a hobby that continues to suffer the ills of his team. Serra lived two years of chiaroscuros as the maximum sports manager with Quique Setién, seasons that did not finish removing Betis from mediocrity but were the best that has been lived in years, and that did not curdle among other things because the coach duo- Token ended with irreconcilable differences. Now, when Setién appears as more than likely Rubi's substitute, he threatens to return Serra Ferrer, even as a spectator, to Heliopolis.



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