The captain of Jaen, fired after an alleged fight with the president

The captain of Jaen, fired after an alleged fight with the President

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Globe Live Media, Monday, January 25, 2021

Real Jaen lives a critical situation. It is a historic club, but the crisis has taken its toll and it is far from its best times. Currently, it is bottom of Subgroup A of Group IX of Third Division and is approaching a historical debacle. In times of storm, they have to give up on the pitch and row all in the same direction. However, not only is this not the case, but in the last hours they have lived a sad episode that has aroused thousands of comments among fans.

Local media report that the president Andrés Rodríguez went down enraged to the locker room after the defeat against Torredonjimeno by three goals to one. According to staff sources, the president kicked a fruit box and punched the walls. In addition, he communicated to Juanma Espinosa, whoever was captain of the team, who I was fired. The story has a background and that is it was rumored that the footballer had offered himself to his rival as a signing, something that he himself has denied in the Diario de Jaén.

The versions could not be more contrary. Andrés Rodríguez remains firm in that he came down to talk to the players, to encourage them and ask them to sing the Jaén anthem together. A testimony diametrically opposed to the internal war that those present claim to have lived through. Whatever happened, Today the club has issued an official statement in which it reports on the departure of Juanma Espinosa, without clarifying the reasons behind it.

The program La Gran Jugada, from Canal Sur, adds that the president was already enraged with the former captain and that He addressed the Torredonjimeno managers in the following terms: “Take Juanma Espinosa, I don’t like people who have so many tattoos”. In addition to yesterday’s incident, in recent weeks there was talk that some fans rebuked and even They came to physically attack Andrés Rodríguez himself. It was published by Ideal, which also attached the club’s version, which confirmed that a complaint had been filed.

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