This Friday, Emiliano Vecchio turned everything on after declaring that he played with the handbrake in the Colo Colo match against Unión Española in 2013, which defined the champion of that year. Fight that Catholic University also fought.
The former boss of the Cacique told ESPN that “I played for Unión Española, a club where I lost a final on penalties and then they sold me to Colo Colo. The next semester on the last date we played against the Union and if they beat us they were champions, but if we won the champion they were a classic rival of ours. (at UC)”.
In addition, he argued that “Because of the affection that I had for Unión Española and the option that a classic rival of ours would come out as champion, I was not going to score any goals. The Spanish Union won in the end. The corners ended a little late that day “.
The revelation of the Rosario immediately generated reactions in the world of football and Fernando Lamb, who at that time played in the crossover box, spoke exclusively with Redgol and he fell with everything to his colleague.
In the first instance, the Chiky pointed out that “I think it’s bad. I also remember that in that game Chapa Fuenzalida had at the last minute to score the goal and it came to the hands of Mono Sánchez. I remember the corners he also took … away, in the middle of the field. that was pulling back no more man “.
Subsequently, he argued that “Bad for him, because in the end as a player he is in disrepute for wanting to fix a game while on the pitch. It’s like it happened at some point to the teams that fixed games in Italy, like Juventus.”
“He (Vecchio) just looks bad. In the end obviously a fight, because he says it as a size and behind it there was a big job. But bitch, maybe what would have gone through his head at that moment”added the current Ñublense player.
Finally, he commented that “In the end, when he confesses that, the one who looks bad is him. The institution, Colo Colo, I don’t think they wanted to lose the game. I don’t think all the players wanted to lose the game “.