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Juan Reynoso after his departure from the Peruvian team: “The process was not respected”

Juan Reynoso after his departure from the Peruvian team: “The process was not respected”

Juan Reynoso after his departure from the Peruvian team: “The process was not respected”

Juan Reynoso reappeared. After the FPF (Peruvian Football Federation) dismissed him, the Peruvian coach appeared again in an interview for the Mexican channel TUDN. Juan Reynoso spoke about his departure, the clauses, why the process was not respected and more.

“It was a complicated exit, especially because of the things that had been raised. One visualized and thought that we all agreed, that this transition due to the famous generational change was not going to be easy. When we did the calculations of this generation from the last World Cup, how long they could accompany us, being optimistic we said that December 2025.”Juan mentioned at the beginning.

The reality was that no, even before the first qualifying match, two or three of the important players were not there due to injury or a drop in play. That part, in world football, not only in Peru, if there are no results, there is no continuity.”declared for TUDN.

“When the results did not appear, doubts grew and the media became exponentially negative, the manager did the simple thing. At that moment we tried to explain things. There are many things in the structure of Peruvian football that need to be reversed and improved, but no attention was paid to them. That meant that the biggest person responsible, as happens all over the world, is the coach.”he expressed.

“The process was not respected and it was not respected that we were consistent in several situations that had been anticipated. They told us that despite this, it will be fulfilled. We even had chances to return to the Mexican league in important teams. “We said no because we trusted the project.”he asserted.

“Reality shows that it did not turn out well in the sense of how poorly it was handled in the media that I wanted more money and it was never like that. It happened with Cruz Azul. But it was not like that, they were issues that were more than scheduled, signed, talked about and that were not fulfilled.”he added.

“I did trust that I could achieve results. There is talent, but it needs work, giving more opportunities and tools to the players. The best moment in Peru was when the players were abroad. Today we have few”he finished.

Source: Elcomercio

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