There are “additional football problems” of interest to Gustavo Alfaro as well. Football | Sports
The Ecuadorean coach was not only disturbed by the “decentralization” against Peru on Tuesday, when the tricolor fell in Quito.
As a result of Ecuador’s defeat in Quito against Peru on Tuesday (1-2), there are two “concerns” for Gustavo Alfaro, coach of Tricolor. First, the “decentralization” that the national team possessed that allowed Blanqueroga to score two goals, which gave the Ecuadorean team their first home defeat in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.. And secondly, an issue that the strategist did not engage in: “issues outside of football.”
When asked in the post-match press conference what upset him about La Tre’s fall at Rodrigo Paz Delgado’s stadium, the 58-year-old declared: “Decentralization. I don’t say ‘annoying’, because that means one is angry at the other. They annoyed me.” They worry me because they are the decentralization we have to take (in mind)More than anything, because we knew Peru was going to block the roads ahead, Lapadula (Gianluca, striker) slipped into empty spaces and took advantage of a defensive bypass with long throws. We had to have that focus. We failed many times to coordinate and this allowed Peru to get an output that Ecuador wouldn’t normally have (in favor of the competitor), at least since I’ve been here. These are things that worry and annoy me.”
In the same speech, he added:And then, well, there are other things that are more related to other football related issues that interest me as well.“.
The coach of Ecuador did not go further than his brief statement and there was no opportunity to consult him in this regard, as the press questions were previously directed by the manager, Due to restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Against the duo, on the eighth day of the South American World Cup (5 and 6 postponed), the trio suffered their third defeat in the competition. Despite the slip, Ecuador remained third in the standings with nine points, three units less than Argentina (2) and nine units less than Brazil (1).
Alvaro, a former Boca Juniors player, took charge of Tricolor within weeks of the start of the Qatar 2022 qualifiers, in September 2020. Under his leadership, The national team achieved three victories and three official defeats.
The 58-year-old’s direct challenge with the national team is the Copa America, which will take place on June 13 in Brazil. (Dr)