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Nico Sánchez apologizes on social networks to ‘Tata’ Martino after leaked audio | TUDN Concacaf Champions Cup

Nico Sánchez, former Monterrey player and now technical assistant to ‘Tano’ Ortiz, apologized to Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino in a video released through his personal Instagram profile.

“I am present with this video to talk about the audio that went viral, I could have chosen to hide behind a text or have the club act for me, but I preferred to record myself, use this medium to show my face and make it clear that the words I I’m going to say they come out of my mouth and to take charge.

“I made the audio, where I explain in detail what happened after the match in the mixed zone. It is an audio that I sent to my inner circle, my closest circle, but far from getting angry with them, it is my mistake, it had not happened to me never, and it will serve as a learning experience for me,” he commented on the voice note that circulated on networks in which he details how his disagreement with Lio Messi and ‘Tata’ Martino was, whom he explicitly offended by calling him “asshole.”

“I understand that when this audio is made public, many people may feel offended. I understand that the coach of Inter Miami, Gerardo Martino, is a person whom I do not know and to whom I was referring in a disrespectful way, so I offer my apologies. , but I hope you can understand me, I am as Argentine as all of them and I will always defend my club.

“Without anything else to add, everything is explained in the audio that went viral and here I am to show my face and take charge. I hug everyone,” he concludes in the video.

Almost at the same time as Nico Sánchez’s publication on Instagram, Rayados de Monterrey released a brief, but forceful statement about the situation that supposedly broke out in the mixed zone after the match against Inter Miami corresponding to the Concacaf Champions Cup.

“We inform that we have expressed to Concacaf our official position on the unfortunate events that occurred in the locker room area after the match on Wednesday, April 3 in Miami.

“We will wait for Concacaf to take the corresponding measures,” the newsletter concludes.

Monterrey defeated Inter Miami 1-2 in the first leg of the Concacaf Champions Cup Quarterfinals with a cartwheel included thanks to goals from Maxi Meza and Jorge Rodríguez.

The second leg will be played on Wednesday, April 10 at the Gigante de Acero in Monterrey, Nuevo León with the advantage for the Mexican club on the overall scoreboard and uncertainty about the possible reappearance of Lion Messi with Inter Miami.

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