David Fettleson came back in charge against the decisions of the owners of Mexican football, which he accused of third degree sports program Liguilla prostitute.
Controversial commentator David Fatelson begins his speech in third grade sports Praising the existence of the liguilla, which he described as “the best invention that came to Mexican football, it’s amazing”.
While taking the stage in the program, the commentator ESPN He said, “You sit in front of the television, you sit with people who are not fans and they turn up to watch the excitement of the games.”
And David Fetelson went further in his positive analysis of Liguilla. “Some players step up and coaches take risks the league It’s the best thing that ever happened to Mexican football.”
According to David Fetalson, La Liguilla has been prostituted.
however, the smile of David Fettleson the way it was identified and deleted the owners ball in mexico is handled the league,
“The problem with Liguilla is that club owners have a prostitute Sorry for the word,” David Fetelson warned.
and commentators He argued his harsh epithet, “Because you have taken it down to 12 teams in a league of 18, they have achieved it on the pretext of the pandemic. I do not understand with what shame a team like Santos defends that it could be in the Liguilla.
and he is Saints Lagoon They entered the Liguilla from 13th place in the general table, taking advantage of the fact that the 12th place holders Gallos Blancos could not play the Liguilla.
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David Fettleson said, “You have to promote excellence, but not with 12 teams qualifying for the Liguilla.”
Why can 12 teams enter the Liguilla?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that started in 2020, the liga mx Re-introduced the repechage format as a way to get the last place in the Liguilla, which they criticized a lot David Fettleson.
Owners Endorsed repechage And in the classification of 12 teams, the first four classified go directly to the quarterfinals, while the remaining eight play a single round of direct elimination.