Gremio supervisor of football: “This protest makes implicit our support for the championship to be halted”
Last Updated: 15/03/20 8: 06 pm
Players from Brazilian club Gremio took to the area using masks on Sunday in protest at having to play a suit throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The gamers, led by supervisor Renato Portaluppi, left of the passage to play Sao Luiz and also aligned prior to the video game using white masks over their faces.
“This protest by the players to take the field wearing masks makes implicit our support for the championship to be halted,” Paulo Luz, Gremio’s supervisor of football, claimed. “Life must take precedence.”
Manager Portaluppi alerted authorities Gremio wanted to strike unless they call a stop to the footballing program.
“It is time for Gremio to take a stand and that was to wear masks to alert authorities that players are people too,” he claimed. “We are not immune to infections.
“There’s no factor in shutting the doors to followers. So the followers are shielded and also screw those that function in football.
“The whole world has stopped, shouldn’t Brazilian football stop as well? That’s our message and I hope they listen. We hope that good sense will prevail.”
No viewers were permitted right into the Gremio field for the Gaucho state champion suit.
The protest comes as gamers and also clubs throughout South America are beginning to whine at choices by footballing authorities to order video games to be played, yet behind shut doors.
Flamengo instructor Jorge Jesus appealed for football to be stopped, claiming gamers required to be shielded due to the fact that “they are not super human”.
In Argentina, River Plate declined to play their Superliga mug connection versus Atletico Tucuman onSaturday The Buenos Aires club shut their arena, leaving suit authorities and also Atletico outside the ground.