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Algiers targets Jorge Jesus: "No one invented gunpowder in football"

by Ace Damon
Algiers targets Jorge Jesus: "No one invented gunpowder in football"

Algiers tries to avoid CSA relegation

October 28, 2019 at 09:34

CSA coach's statements following defeat at Maracanã.

Flamengo, trained by Portuguese Jorge Jesus, beat CSA 1-0 at home in matchday 28 of the Brasileirão, which leads 10 points ahead of champions Palmeiras. After the meeting, an exchange of words between the Portuguese and Algiers, who guides the CSA team.


"Nobody has discovered gunpowder in football. Flamengo is playing what the national team of 70 played. Flamengo has the best players today, has structure, working conditions and good professionals. Working there is much easier. Andrade was champion Jayme (de Almeida) was champion of the Brazilian Cup for Flamengo, when Flamengo was disorganized, when it had no structure, when it did not pay. Imagine what it would be like today, with all this structure … " former central, who in Portugal represented FC Porto and Benfica.

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"Flamengo has merit, yes, but we can not devalue the work of other coaches who are here in Brasileirão, which is the most difficult in the world. And today Flamengo felt that, against CSA ended the game with heart in hand. Flamengo are deserving, yes, because they became professional But in 1970, the Brazilian team was already playing like this We will value our football We are still the five-time champions We will value the Brazilian coaches The foreign coach takes place, yes, there is a place for everyone For those who have competence, there is content, there is work … They can come now and come and win. "No one is jealous of the coaches, on the contrary. We always received everyone well. Jesus was very well received here, so was Sampaoli, as was Diego Aguirre, as they were," he added.


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