EX PLAYER OF THE FC BARCELONA
Alfonso: "I Go with the Betis, and like this does him a favour to the Madrid"
Published:23/04/2016 - 19:45h
Updated:30/04/2016 - 21:22h
The one who was canterano of the Real Madrid and militara also in the Real Betis and two seasons in the FC Barcelona, Alfonso Pérez, has conceded some controversial statements in which it has manifested his will that the Barça lose the League
In some statements conceded during the last hours to the daily "ACE", the one who went between 2000 and 2002 player of the FC Barcelona, Alfonso Pérez Muñoz, has ensured that wishes that the Real Betis win to the FC Barcelona this weekend for, of this form, in addition to adding the three points help to the Real Madrid in the fight by the achievement of the title of League BBVA.
It fits to mention that Alfonso was canterano of the Real Madrid and lived the greater part of his career in the Real Betis, with a go through the FC Barcelona that passed without penalty neither glory, before returning to Seville. "Obviously, I go with the Betis. Besides it would do him a favour to the Real Madrid", has commented.
This yes, thinks that is quite unlikely that a team like the FC Barcelona fail in this last stretch of the League BBVA 2015-16. "The Barça, in the last years, is accustomed to live situations of muchísma pressure and, in case it was missing something, has to Messi, that is a differential factor. These defeats have been as a tug of ears. Therefore I see difficult that fail".
On Luis Enrique, with the one who coincided in the Barcelona, affirms that it treated of a footballer "of tremendo temperament and character". "When it played, it was a heavy weight. The trainers went to speak with him. What is clear is that it knows that the success of a team depends on that a changing room row in the same direction".
Finally, it has thought that Zinedine Zidane is the best technician that could have in these moments the Real Madrid. "The hard hand no voucher with some type of players and this Zidane knows it and is handling it very well", thinks.