Afterwards, a conversation was issued between the Peruvian international and the sports director about the rayista coach. “I know that I am not a player of your liking,” Advíncula started, to which Cobeño replied: “Nor was Oscar fifteen days ago and now it is essential for him. Maybe Well, which seems essential, tomorrow is no longer. He has been my coach for four years and I have been a captain with him. To me one day was come here to such and the other, I was not summoned. Act on impulses and in your interest. Hey, now this one is worth it, because it puts it. ”This situation has meant that, as the BE, the sports director rayista is considering leaving office. Regardless of what may happen, Cobeño personally apologized to Paco Jémez, in case he had felt offended with his words. David Cobeño, sports director of Rayo, is in the eye of the hurricane, after the Ad Advíncula Case ’was uncovered. It appears in all audios issued by the SER, first talking about the emoluments of his player, Luis Advíncula, and later, about his coach. “Maybe with Míchel I did go a little and gave him my advice, with Paco (Jémez) I prefer that he give himself the host himself, because if you are not going to tell me that I am the culprit, ”said Cobeño.
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