Pablo Repetto: We do not take Pedro Pablo Perlaza into account, nor do we see him with the commitment we need | National Championship | Sports
The Uruguayan strategist preferred not to give further details about the player who did not participate in the match in the draw against Delphine.
Without giving too many details, Quito League coach Pablo Repetto said in the post-match press conference against Delphine that he would not be right-back Pedro Pablo Perlaza, at least, for the remainder of the stage. However, he did not give more details and preferred to focus on developing the game so that his team tied one goal against the cetaceans.
“We don’t take Perlaza into account (For the game). We do not see him with the commitment we need. “We do not rely on him for these matches,” said Repetto.
The Uruguay coach stressed that “commitment is necessary for these matches” and explained that it was for this reason that this had not been taken into account.
“In his case (Perlaza), We don’t see him with that mentality and enthusiasm. As a result, we decided not to have it this week. The rest is handled internally. Don’t ask me about Perlaza anymore, “replied the Ecuadorean soccer champion DT.
Liga de Quito took the lead in Jocay thanks to a well-executed penalty kick by Luis Amarilla, in the 38th minute of play. However, in the last play of the first half, Robert Burbano hit a left-footed shot from the corner that left Jabarini steady and equalized, a result that did not move until the end of the match.
Despite this, Ripito’s team “provided the opponent” in the match process, although they were mistaken for “lack of depth”.
“You see the progress of the match and we presented it to the opponent with the exception of about ten minutes in the second half. It seemed that the first half was taken, which was deserved, but we paid it with this goal. We make a mistake for lack of depth, this last pass. The Uruguay strategist analyzed” the field”.
According to LigaPro records, this season Perlaza has played eleven matches, in which he has competed twice and scored no goals. (Dr)