Ramírez: "I'm the one who canceled a meal with Quique Setién in Santander"

The yellow president answers the Cantabrian coach and denies the club's alleged interest in hiring him again, as the coach said in Jot Down.


Miguel Ángel Ramírez, president of UD Las Palmas, offered an interview on Cadena Ser this Thursday in which he explained his version of the last contacts the island club had with Quique Setien a few months ago, as explained by the coach yesterday in Jot Down.

According to the leader, who at first said "I am not going to answer Setién", assured that what happened is that "a meal was proposed in Santander with Luis Helguera and Jon Narbaiza and I did not authorize him to travel to that meal because I I was not interested in Setien returning to Las Palmas. That's where the problem comes from. I was the one who canceled the meeting in Santander ".

In addition, Ramírez, to the words of the Cantabrian in which he detailed that "a serious problem that they had there was the president. The president is a complicated man. In fact, I am leaving for him, and now he has called me to return, he does four or five months, "he said that Setién's passage through the entity" is past water "and added that" he cannot fall so low and talk about what is not appropriate. "On other current issues, the president spoke of Sergio Ruiz, who ends his assignment in yellow in December, hinting that he could continue. "Today he leaves in December, but if things go the way we want, he still won't. There are chances that he will stay," he commented.

To this option would be added the arrival of Jonathan Viera, who "will be with us in December for sure" .

Finally, he had words for Sergio Araujo, of whom he commented on his departure that "I have a very good relationship with him, but it is fashionable to get angry with the president when things do not go the way one wants" and added that "nobody is transferred to an overnight team, but Araujo wanted to sell his story to look good with the fans. "

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