Nery Castillo mocked Gustavo Matosas for corruption


Mexico City /

Former player Nery Castillo took advantage of his social networks to make fun of Gustavo Matosas, who was recently associated with an audio in which you hear, supposedly, demand a commission to make player transfers.

With phrases like "Gustavito you are (you are) a shame" or "Gustavito I went out to speak", the Mexican exdelantero of Uruguayan origin ironic with the problem of Matosas, which even It cost him his position at the head of Atlético de San Luis.

"It is a shame for Mexican football that Gustavito is again a football coach", was the first message he placed in an illustration that he placed on his Instagram account to immediately complement with others such as:" Gustavito phrases: 'Give it to my old woman, if the business does not come out I will return it'"." The business comes out, if not who runs the team? "And" You're a global shame. "

In addition, Castillo criticized that he still does not show his face after being involved in the scandal, thinking that it will reappear only when everything has cooled.

"Gustavito went out to talk. Now he will put it in the freezer so that the days go by and everyone forget about this, I went out to talk now that they grabbed you with your little things, "he added.

In the audio that the Televisa network presented, a conversation from 2012 is heard, while addressing the Lion, in which Matosas and agent Fernando Pavón participate and he is heard asking for his "moche" for the transfer of Matías Britos.

This is not the first time that Nery charges against Matosas, since in 2013 he questioned the way he directed and even he called it "ungrateful" for not having corresponded to the help his family gave him at some time.

Both agreed in Leon.

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