University of Chile he drew 1-1 with Huachipato at the start of the National Championship and criticism rained down on Rafael Dudamel for not showing an advance compared to what he showed last year with the same Venezuelan strategist on the bench.
In the TNT program Todos Somos Técnicos, they exhibited the third camera, a space where they showed the blue coach giving instructions to his team, something that caught the attention of the panel, especially that of Juvenal Olmos.
We called the former coach of the Chilean team and he had no problems in ensuring that “That excess of shouting at the edge of the court is not normal. It is not normal that there are so many instructions for all the players, it is as if they had not trained, as if they had just arrived.
Olmos believes that “Dudamel is halfway with the proposal that he wants to make and the proposal that he has not been able to develop, because it seems that since he removed Walter Montillo to put Jimmy Martínez, because he wanted to take a classic starting midfielder for an indoor or mixed one. But now Montillo is leaving and they bring Marcelo Cañete to him. “
Adding that “then I don’t know if he likes to play like that or not, because in the Venezuelan national teams he played differently, without that classic 10, then the offer that the U has, is not the one he wants to make, so he risks now that shares are sold that tell him to leave without being able to offer what he wants to do. “
Juvenal tells Redgol that “the worst thing that can happen to a coach is to leave a place and not do what he wants. If I’m ultra defensive, well let them kick me out for that, if I’m ultra offensive, too.
For the end, Juvenal Olmos makes a harsh diagnosis of what is happening at the University of Chile, ensuring that no one knows what the blue box plays.
“In the U you don’t see what the technical hand or the tactical hand is, you don’t know what he plays, if it is from the sides, in the middle, he plays with two center-forwards, plays to shrink to defend himself, it is not possible to determine how he plays “, Hill.
Rafael Dudamel and Walter Montillo, a relationship that marks the passage of the Venezuelan by the U (Agency One)
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