Rafael Cardozo He surprised more than one after his debut as a reporter for the L1 Max channel in the long-awaited Peruvian soccer classic Alianza Lima – Universitario that took place last Saturday, February 10 at the National Stadium.
The former reality guy admitted in front of the cameras that he was nervous about his new role. “Here I am shaking a little, excited to be with you. My first time”, he stated.
The Brazilian walked around the outside of the stadium and spoke with the public who came to the game to enjoy the long-awaited sporting event.
The Brazilian asked for predictions and even challenged his interviewees to do pull-ups with the ball, in a moment of relaxation, before the start of the match. However, Cardozo’s debut was not taken in the best way by the followers of the L1 Max channel, who took to social networks to criticize him.
“Rafael Cardozo driving, definitely, L1Max in decline”, “Who makes the plans for L1Max? They didn’t see that Brivio had to leave Fox Radio because football fans hate reality characters”, “I don’t understand you. Let him improve his Spanish”, “Aren’t there good journalists? Gentlemen, this guy doesn’t do anything.”are some of the reactions that are read on X (formerly Twitter).
“Nothing against L1 Max, but, Rafael Cardozo”, “What does Rafael Cardozo do as a reporter? Aren’t there guys with journalism degrees who can do that job? “How do you want more subscribers if you put Rafael Cardozo on the broadcast?” “Rafael Cardozo in the preview of a classic, I’ve already seen it all.” others said.
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