The University of Chile is not going through a great time. In the absence of five dates for the end of the local championship, it has been eight games that he has not won and is only three points away from the relegation places. Last Saturday, against Curicó Unido (1-2), he added his fifth consecutive defeat and cannot get out of the deep sporting crisis he is going through.
To top it off, about the end of the last match, About 100 fans invaded the playing field to rebuke the footballers, with one of them being more targeted than the rest: Pablo Aránguiz. The midfielder even exchanged a few blows with a group of fans, although it was not the worst that he would have to experience this week.
As reported by the newspaper La Tercera de Chile, the player with a past in the Spanish Union suffered death threats through telephone calls and through social networks, which led him to decide to delete all his Instagram posts due to the degree of violence received. In fact, along with Thomas Rodríguez, another of the most criticized, It would not be from the game as a precaution in the next match of the U, against Ñublense.
Aránguiz also plays in the Chilean national team.
PAINTINGS AND MORE VIOLENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHILE
And that was not all. On the morning of this Tuesday, a few days after the defeat against Curicó Unido, They appeared painted in the Centro Deportivo Azul, property of the institution of Santiago, in addition to a doll with the face of Aránguiz and the shield of his classic, Colo-Colo -Leader of the tournament-, of which he is accused of being a fan.
“No more bitches in the U, Aránguiz out”, was one of the sentences written by the violent at the gate of the complex. Previously, in recent weeks, the club’s facilities had already been vandalized and there is a very hostile climate, while the team tries to score as many points as possible to avoid a possible demotion.
Hostile climate and violence in the U. de Chile.