Manuel Pellegrini has denied the charges against him after a British portal revelation that indicated Chile’s DT had to pay an exorbitant fine to the UK Treasury.
the coach of Real BetisChilean Manuel Pellegrini which made headlines this week for allegedly receiving a fine from the UK tax authorities, said on Saturday: “I never have” there was a problem British Treasury.
“Other than the difference in image rights paid for by Manchester City a year ago, I have had no problems with my UK finances.” assured the Betis coach.
According to British media i am newsManuel Pellegrini, Suspected fine of over £343,000 ($365,000) What the British tax authorities imposed on him took him by surprise,” he noted. “The city paid the taxes.”
He also said that given the imminence of the World Cup in Qatar, the footballer “Various Reasons to Focus on Other Things” he emphasized that “Professional players have to concentrate every match” I am convinced that it is international. “They aren’t thinking about the World Cup.”
Betis visits this Sunday Celta Vigo match in La Liga “Two teams coming out to win” as he warned the Celts ‘He has a very clear game’ Although “He lost some games. He was always closer to a draw than a loss.”
At a press conference on Saturday, Pellegrini said: “taste” Galician set “He plays very well” and have ‘Great strikers’ like Iago Aspas who has “We have demonstrations every week with Vigo and other teams.” His level is on par with his pupil Borja Iglesias, who made his debut against Switzerland last Saturday against Spain. “He’s having a good time, too.”
Former Real Madrid coach “Return to citation list” French attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir and center Victor Lewis , recovered from his injuries.Not a Senegalese right-back Yusuf Savary he hopes to be “back to work on campus on Monday.”
Another big novelty among summoned things is the left-handed end of the quarry Juan Cruz Hispanic Argentinian young athlete “He’s doing very well at his subsidiary and deserves a chance. Let’s see how many minutes he has throughout the game.” national engineer said.