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“They have shown confidence”: ‘Potro’ Gutiérrez denies any type of departure from Cruz Azul after his fourth defeat in the Clausura 2023

Raúl “Potro” Gutiérrez, coach of Cruz Azul.

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The situation in Cruz Azul is critical, as the set has four consecutive defeats and a draw in the current Clausura 2023. As a result, after the last match lost by the cement team, against Toluca, Rumors and requests for the dismissal of Raúl ‘Potro’ Gutiérrez are increasingly present in the environment of the sky-blue team.

However, at a press conference, The strategist declared that he remains firm as the celestial coach until the board notifies him otherwiseAt least that’s how he made it clear after his fourth loss in the current Liga MX tournament.

“The right person should be asked, about my continuity or not… Until they say thank you, this continues. In this sense, we have spoken with the board of directors and they have shown that confidence. We understand that this inertia that we carry today we thought to break it and it was not, but until an official message is given to me, I could not comment on it.” the coach pointed out.

This was not the only thing he said after the game, and although the results have not accompanied the blue team, ‘Potro’ Gutiérrez revealed that he is calm on the bench of the sky-blue team, despite the fact that he has nine goals against and only four in favor.

“We are comfortable in the sense that the game plan we made worked in many phases of the game but Obviously we are not crowning it with a goal, which is what makes the difference like today… But this theme has been repeated: It’s useless to play good games if you don’t win them”, added.

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