Mexico City.- The Uruguayan coach, Enrique Fernández, assured that he has not been able to coach in recent years due to problems he had with Enrique Bonilla, former president of Liga MX.
Through social networks, Fernández indicated that the differences arose when Bonilla asked him for money to return to direct.
By refusing, the technician would have been frozen and, therefore, he was not presented with the opportunity again to direct on the maximum circuit.
“I want to comment that I am not directing any team because more or less 10 years ago, Veracruz became interested in my services.”
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“But Mr. Enrique Bonilla asked me for money so that I could do it, I didn’t want to give it to him because I don’t like that kind of people, from then on he wouldn’t let me direct,” Fernández revealed.
“Calling the club that wanted to hire me, I told its board not to do it, I don’t know how it was so powerful if a team had that intention.”
“It hurt my career and I have people who know that whenever there was a team that showed interest in my services, he would not allow it.”
“I did not have to give him money, also he always told me that he had to share with Mr. Rocha Banda and another person, I’ll say his name,” he revealed.
Fernández digested Puebla and Tigres in Liga MX, in addition to being in front of Nacional and Peñarol from Uruguay.
Bonilla recently left the presidency of Liga MX to take charge of international relations within the Mexican Soccer Federation (FMF) itself.
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