Wilmar Valencia's advice to Carlos Bustos after complaints in Alianza Lima: “Calladito, more beautiful”

Wilmar Valencia's advice to Carlos Bustos after complaints in Alianza Lima: “Calladito, more beautiful”

The Binational coach valued the work of his coaches in the victory over the 'Intimos' in Juliaca and revealed that he personally advised the Alliance coach

Wilmar Valencia's advice to Carlos Bustos after complaints in Alianza Lima: “Calladito, m? It's nice”

Wilmar Valencia has been Binacional's coach since January 2022. (Photo: Deportivo Binacional)

Alianza Lima raised its voice in protest against the “lack of planning of the Professional Football League”days before the Binational game this Sunday, which finally ended with a defeat (1-0) for the blue and white cast. After the match, the coach of the 'Powerful of the South', Wilmar Valencia, referred to the complaints of the Victorian club, including those of Carlos Bustos.

“Alianza Lima returns with nothing, surely with the pain. They complained a lot, but I'm going to give them some advice… I personally gave it to Carlos Bustos, as my grandmother told me, 'quiet, more beautiful'”, Valencia said at a press conference, referring to to the statements from the Alliance store, where they expressed their disagreement with the trip of “almost twelve hours” that he had to do to get to Juliaca.

On the other hand, Valencia highlighted the work of their team to achieve victory, thanks to the goal of Víctor Cedrón, who made the team reach 28 points and move up to seventh place in the Opening Tournament of League 1.

“The team played a great game, the players made a great effort against a great team. I think the boys deserved this gift. There are multiple parents on campus. I believe that happiness is complete. We only have to recover some boys, see how we are in the accumulation of yellow cards and, later, starting tomorrow, work with a view to the match with Vallejo in Trujillo”, he indicated.

Likewise, the camanejo confessed the message he transmitted to his pupils at halftime, to motivate them for the second part of the match.

“Let them have peace of mind, because in the first half some of the boys entered with some pressure, with some anxiety that had to be controlled. It was controlled in the second half, the accuracy was improved, I think that I can only congratulate them and persuade them to continue on that path”, said the 60-year-old DT.