Kempes: "Valencia stand against Villarreal and feel sorry"

The 'Matador' said in "El Larguero": "I was kicked out for saying the concerns I had. What worries me is that they are not doing anything for Valencia."


Mario Alberto Kempes, former player and former ambassador of Valencia, has gone through the microphones of "El Larguero" of Cadena SER to analyze the situation of Valencia.

Better times: "Whenever it rains, stop. Valencia are a great team and there is a great squad. There is conformism, sloppiness. They stand against Villarreal and give pity. At the moment of truth, they are the Champions that go down. You have to fight with the rest. "

His departure: "I was kicked out for saying the concerns I had. What worries me is that they are not doing anything for Valencia. They always look for the cat's three legs."

Trainer: "On Twitter I said I hope they let César choose the next coach. If we let the president and the partner choose that he has ... Don't bring people who put their hands on his head and don't let him breathe."

Guilt: "You have to get the coach and the players. The coach can work during the week. The players have to have a respect. The players are who they are. The players do not give what they have to give on the court. It is ambiguous, but it is reality. "

Manager: "No, because being inside I criticized him and being outside they kick me out. The first question after signing they kick me out."



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