The accusation against Alberto Gamero for burning time: He trampled the history of Millonarios

The accusation against Alberto Gamero for burning time: He trampled the history of Millonarios
The accusation against Alberto Gamero for burning time: He trampled the history of Millonarios

Millonarios was eliminated in the home runs of the Colombian League I-2024, as very few fans expected. From one moment to the next, that team that was praised for its good play began to burn time deliberately, and Deportivo Pereira He ended up tying the game. For this reason, Alberto Gameror received a harsh accusation: He trampled on the history of ‘Millions’.

After being eliminated in the group stage of the Copa Libertadores, Millonarios knew that the only thing that could save the semester was to win the first star of the year. One day after the end of the home runs, this possibility was over and the criticism began to arrive from the amount of time they burned in the two-goal draw against Pereira.

Was it so? On to the facts! Millonarios took the lead again after a penalty goal from Juan Carlos Pereira at minute 17 of the second half and from that moment on one of the great controversies of the game began. First, Álvaro Montero decided to change his boots and almost four minutes of play were lost. Then, Daniel Ruiz He threw himself on the field before being substituted and, finally, Pereira faked a blow to the face to stop the match again.

Not even the expulsion of Daniel Giraldo At minute 33 of the second half it was enough to justify the time that Millonarios burned. The press conference began after the team’s elimination ‘Albiazul’ and a journalist pointed out that what was done by those led by Alberto Gamero and the coach exploded in 3, 2, 1…

Alberto Gamero and Carlos Darwin Quintero. (Photo: Vizzor Image)

While Gamero responded to the journalist who accused them of being a dirty team by justifying the burning of time by saying that “This is football, this happens everywhere in the world. So, you’re not going to talk to me about nonsense. No! Because this team is not a joker, this team goes on the field to play soccer. What things happen? Yes, things happen“; Carlos Darwin Quintero said in a press conference that “it was exaggerated” in the way Millonarios burned time. Was something else missing? Yes, the accusation that he made Carlos Antonio Velez to the coach ‘Ambassador’.

The accusation against Gamero: “Millonarios has a very big history and he trampled on it”

“By winning, I had the final within reach because then I won in Bogotá and the possibilities were very high. If you are in that condition, With the tie for marrullero he ended up eliminated. Those teams that defend the results by throwing themselves on the floor, stopping the game and sucking cock, defraud people. I don’t like them, they seem perverse to me, typical of small teams. Millonarios has a very great history and trampled it in Pereira. And since God does not punish either with a stick or with a fence, for the extension caused, by the nonsense of Montero, Ruiz and company, they tied the game.”was Vélez’s message in ‘Big words’ after Alberto Gamero justified the time burner against Deportivo Pereira.

The time lost in Deportivo Pereira vs. Millionaires

After the strong message from Carlos Antonio Vélez that he aimed at Gamero, the journalist from the channels RCN and Win Sports revealed that they were lost 62 minutes and 20 seconds in the match Deportivo Pereira vs. ‘Millions’ for, among other reasons, “the stoppages of Millionaires”. The team ‘Ambassador’ He ended up playing 16:08 minutes, while Pereira played 25:32 minutes. The data speaks for itself.

Survey What was the main reason for the elimination of Millonarios in the Colombian League I-2024?

What was the main reason for the elimination of Millonarios in the Colombian League I-2024?

Poor payroll management

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