Alejandro Pizarro | UNO Agency Archive
A new conflict added University of Chile this Friday.
The ANFP confirmed that the board of directors filed a complaint against the ‘blue’ cast, due to the so-called ‘Dudamel case ‘.
“There is a possible breach of the health protocols approved by the Council of Presidents in the framework of the pandemic,” says a statement from the governing body of national football.
“The decision is made due to the ‘work meeting’ carried out by the Technical Director from the University of Chile, Rafael Dudamel, along with his coaching staff and some players at his home ”, the letter added.
Along the same lines, the brief states that “the ANFP Board of Directors regrets this situation that not in line with established protocols for Chilean soccer to face the pandemic ”.
The statement also emphasizes the call to “its players, technical bodies and officials, to respect internal and national regulations, and take all self-care measures to protect our families and avoid unfortunate situations.”
What’s next for the ‘U’ now? It only remains to wait for the Court’s resolution. Of course, if found guilty, the ‘blue’ cast risks from points subtraction to economic sanctions.
“This is a wake-up call to the clubs, as the Medical Commission will continue to closely monitor compliance with health protocols by professional football teams,” concludes the ANFP.
We find that the Seremi de Salud de la Región Metroplitana initiated a health summary for the same meetings between the coach and his managers.