Monarch players suffer from organized crime extortion

Things do not go well in Monarcas Morelia in this Clausura 2019 with three defeats, one draw and one victory after five days played results that place the Michoacan team in the fifteenth position to add four units.

Álvaro Dávila, president of Morelia revealed that the lack of reinforcements has to do with the crime that is there
Álvaro Dávila, president of Morelia revealed that the lack of reinforcements has to do with the crime that is there

Before the bad start of the tournament, the fans have recriminated the lack of reinforcements, which would help the team to improve the matches, reason why Álvaro Dávila, president of the club explained that the recruitment to bring other players are complicated by crime what's in Morelia, a fact that the players do not like. He even mentioned that his current players have suffered for it.

"Our players, more than half have received extortion, extortion calls and because of some other type of circumstances and if you know and that puts us more obstacles than other places," he said at a press conference.

Dávila pointed out that for this Clausura 2019 he had very advanced negotiations with a striker who plays in Paraguay and a defender of European football; however, these fell, after the players were notified of the degree of crime that crosses Morelia, coupled with the famous huachicoleo and the constant blocks they face.

Faced with this situation, the plan will be to bet on its basic strengths and consolidate the first team, so he asked the fans for patience, hoping that this is just a blip that they are going through.

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