The atmosphere in Manizales is not good for Diego Corredor, the coach of Once Caldas. The coach reported that he has received threats against him and his family.
“I received some threats where they messed with my wife and my daughters. However, we are already with renewed energy to face Millionaires. It is the first time that I receive threats in soccer, this is new for me, but now I have to focus on what is coming”, Corredor told Los Owners del Balón, from RCN Manizales.
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“They tell me to leave the city and take care of my daughters”, added the boyacense coach.
Thus were the threats against Diego Corredor
According to Corredor, the threats reached his personal number and his Instagram account, the only social network he handles.
For now, the coach had only informed the directors of Once Caldas about the matter, but he has not filed a complaint with the Prosecutor's Office or with the Sijin.
“Recibí unas amenazas donde se metieron con mi esposa y mis hijas. Sin embargo, ya estamos con las energías renovadas para afrontar a Millonarios”, Diego Corredor, técnico Once Caldas.
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After four days without winning, Once Caldas fell from second to sixth place in the 2022-II League. He comes from drawing 1-1 as a visitor in the classic against Deportivo Pereira.
Corredor believes that the threats have to do with some statements he gave after the weekend game, when he came out to talk about the criticism the team has received in recent days.
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“One is measured by results, but we have had problems. Along the way we lost Ménder García, Robert Mejía and Nelson Quiñones, that is part of the project. This is how it begins but how it ends,” said the DT. guilty of the previous eliminations. Every game we leave as if it were a wake, “he added.