The former player complained to Universitario about his alleged low concern for the former coach. “What are you waiting for? Is it too late?” he said.
Roberto Chale, historical former player of the Universitario de Deportes and the Peruvian team, is in very poor health. According to the latest report, the former coach has been re-admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and his status is reserved. Rainer Torres, former “U” soccer player and member of Embajadur Crema, announced that Chale had suffered the amputation of one of his legs, for which he asked for prayers for him. Likewise, the “motorcito” raised his voice in protest against the merengue club, as they still would not have come forward to support any of their legends.
“I’ve seen for weeks that the ‘teacher’ Chale is ill, that he even had to have a leg amputated. Today he’s very complicated, I haven’t said anything for weeks, but where is the club what are you waiting for what is too late And now I say it, the club was definitely very big for them,” the former midfielder commented on his Twitter account.
Although the student team published an encouraging message on their social networks two weeks ago, some fans are also demanding the same from the institution led by Jean Ferrari make a financial contribution to the recovery of the ex-champion with the ‘U’.
Rainer decided in the Roberto Chale case. Photo: Capture Twitter
Support for Chale
Organizations linked to the Universitario and Peru soccer teams have joined forces in recent days to support Roberto Chale. For example, Colectivo USA gave away a medical bed, Embajadur Crema developed a match against Once Machos and delivered the proceeds Alianza Lima asked her fans to come and donate blood.