Amadeo Salvo, president of UD Ibiza, exploded before a program in Catalonia that, when talking about the confrontation between the two teams, put the two cherries of Pacha as shield of Ibiza:
There are more fools than windows @esportcluband you are among the first. TV waste @ tv3catfinanced with public money. to associate with @ibizaudWith a disco at least you have to be funny. See you in Can Misses and I will tell you phenomena, “he said on Twitter.
In the Cup, he later explained his tweet: “I have warmed up a bit with the Pacha shield instead of ours. If there is humor, put the cherries on one side and a sausage or Puigdemont’s face on the other, “he said
Ibiza will measure FC Barcelona in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey in the most important game in its history, which began in 2015 when the Valencian businessman Amadeo Salvo refloated a ruined club with the aim of transforming it into a few years in a “big” of Spanish football.
The Ibizan team, led from the bench by Pablo Alfaro, former player of Barcelona, Sevilla and Racing de Santander, among others, occupies the third position in Group 1 of the Second B with 37 points. Of 19 games played, the Ibicencos have won 11, lost 4 and tied another 4.
Before facing the Catalans in the Copa del Rey, Ibiza, which eliminated Pontevedra (0-2) and Albacete in the penalty shootout, will travel to Madrid to play against Rayo Majadahonda.
Except, former president of Valencia, he opted for Ibiza when no one believed in the entity and his project has achieved unanimous recognition of fans.
He paid the debts, signed players, renewed the municipal field of Can Misses, home of the matches of the celestial set with capacity for 4,500 spectators, and bought the place in Second B that the Lorca vacated in 2018.
“The UD Ibiza is a professional club; we have invested to create an institution,” Salvo said in an interview with Diario de Ibiza.
“We have a quarry of nobody speaks, a schoolgirl, a youth in national category, a first professional team. We come to build a project and a future,” he added.
The pitiusa entity has a team of long-distance players in national football, such as Javi Lara, Fran Grima, Ángel Rodado or Kiko López.
In the list of foreign players stand out the Argentines Mariano Gómez, Diego Mendoza and Brazilians Lucas Anaker and Rai Nascimento.
In 2018 he signed the Italian Marco Borriello, former European champion with AC Milan and now the director of the Ibizan club, and last August he gave another blow of effect hiring Gianluca Simeone, 21, son of the coach of Atlético de Madrid, to fuse it in the San Rafael, a subsidiary of the UD Ibiza.
The artificial grass field of Can Misses prepares to live a magical night with the visit of Barça, current runner-up of the Copa del Rey and in which his current coach Quique Setién will debut in this competition. EFE