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After what Carlos Tevez said that the players had to go out to help people in need in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and that they could go six months without charge, there were several protagonists who answered the Boca forward.

Most of the players did not agree with Tevez’s statement regarding the possibility of living without payment and one of these cases is that of Nestor Ortigoza.

“The truth is that I do not share with Tevez what he did. He commits others, he cannot put himself in the pocket of others. Nor does he need to make it public”, affirmed the current student of Fourth quarter.

“If you want to help, you can really do it, but do not commit me because you take 30 percent of the contract from me, or another boy, and I have that money destined, I have commitments to fulfill,” said Ortigoza, adding: “He had a spectacular race, he did well and I congratulate him, but it cannot be put in the pocket of the other players.”

Finally, in statements to the soccer program that is spoken in DirecTV Sports, Ortigoza said: “Those who make the difference are few, most live daily. I do not know if Tevez sold smoke. This is how he exposes the rest of the players because you say so and you know how the leaders take a trip.”

OTHER VOICES AGAINST

“Here he was wrong, he was wrong because he does not know what promotion is, going to work to gather a mango, we gather twine so that everyone can have breakfast because there are boys who recently got up from inferiors and do not have any. He is used to having breakfast and lunch. The promotion has many shortcomings, some clubs do not pay, “he assured Luciano Goux, player of Defenders of Belgrano.

“The statements did not bother me, but I know that some did, I feel that they were unfortunate, especially for those who really have financial problems. They are footballers too, not only those who play in River or Boca, we are all footballers, those of Ascenso too. We all have to be on the same path and unite. It would be nice if he said something but that will depend on him, I can’t get into his life or anyone else’s either, and I don’t judge how each one lives, each one has what they earned. But it is always good to have your feet on the ground, knowing what happens to the next door. That humanizes you a little more ”, he expressed Federico Crivelli, Temperley goalkeeper.

“I do not think that all the players in Argentina have the possibility of living comfortably as many think, Without the player, the ball does not rotate. In all this circus, the one who takes the least is the footballer,” he said. Gastón Fernández, Student player.

While, Luis Salmerón, forward of The Andes, he assured: “That they warn Tevez that there are players in Ascent who live day by day with salaries”

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