Fernando Santos was in Chaves this Sunday to sponsor the Clericus Cup, an international competition with teams of priests, which will take place between the 4th and 6th of July.
By the way, the national coach participated in a lecture at the Auditorium of the Cultural Center of Chaves, in which, between conversations about faith, he also ended up addressing football.
And it has refuted some of the criticism it has faced. “I’ve never had a manager in my life, I don’t now, and I never will, because I’m not old enough for that anymore. Everyone says I play with Jorge Mendes’ players, but it’s not my fault that the best are his. He’s not my manager, so I’m comfortable”, he said, immediately shooting:
“They also said that I didn’t have the courage to take Ronaldo away and now that I didn’t take him to Switzerland and he didn’t enter Spain at first they say ‘look at this idiot’. In the church it is also like that. People go there, then something goes wrong, and they say it’s the church’s fault. It’s always someone else’s fault.”
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