Friday, September 29, 2023

America was criticized by a journalist for beating “only easy teams”

América de Cali defeated Boyacá Chicó so overwhelmingly that they even scored five goals and partially took the lead in the league. But a renowned journalist left those who euphorically celebrated the victory devastated.

The criticism came from Jaime Dinas, who has already been involved in controversy in the past for “shaking hands” with Adrián Ramos for supporting the trial of Lucas González on the “Escarlata” bench. On this occasion the comment was made after the resounding overthrow of Chicó by the “red devils”.

It turns out that the three points that América took were “few” for the journalist as it was a game they absolutely had to win, but he made it clear that he believes that the Cali- Team has no hierarchy for losing to Junior and National.

Of course, it seems unusual for Dinas that the fans do not continue to regret losing points against their direct rivals and are happy that they have reached the top of the table.

“14 points in 6 games (M/lena, Envigado, Alianza, Jaguares, Chico) from América de Cali including Deportivo Cali and the fans do NOT remember that Atlético Nacional beat them by 2 and Junior de Barranquilla by 0-3 came back, we have to show that.” Against the big guys and those at the top, the COLEROS have it easy and they are forced to win,” wrote Dinas via his “X” account (formerly Twitter).

There was no shortage of criticism of Dinas:

Fans countered Jaime’s opinion and left him their response:

– “Forgive us, Mr. Dinas, for not playing in the English Premier League and being forced to beat the little ones in the country.”

– “Is Dinas a Cali fan? Nothing makes him happy.”

– “What a stupid lack of judgment, I’m still not upset about it!!”

– “This is normal, the hypocrisy of football.”

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