Valencia CFTOCompare the agglomeration in Tuesday’s game with the Fallas
DaniEqualhas used one of his social media profiles tocriticize the measure of closing Mestallafor the match againstAtalanta this Tuesday March 10. After more than a week in which,for safety measures by the coronavirus, there have been no statements from the first staff to the media, the captain of Valencia has described the measure of “lack of coherence” and has done so with a blunt statement: “Every time we jump to the grass we leave the skin for the shield and now we’re not going to stay idly while others trample on it. “
Parejo has criticized the management of the coronavirus crisis depending on the country and the community or region in which the measures are taken: “I am the first to be outraged when he sees that the measures adopted are inconsistent.I do not understand how a world crisis can be managed in Spaindepending on the community in which you live. “
Afterwards, he has expressed one of the ideas used in discussions about restrictions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Valencia.The Fallas that are already beginning to be noticed in Valenciawith massive crowds formascletsevery day in the Town Hall square and that will already spread throughout the city from next weekend: “I am not an expert, but by common sense I do not understand how I can go through Valencia with thousands of people through the street celebratingsome failures that both my family and I loveHow can I go to pick up a family member at the airport where hundreds of flights from half the world arrive, how can I watch on TV dozens of sporting, solidarity or cultural events in which thousands of fans congregate … and yet, we Valencia CF will not be able to play the most important game of the season in front of our people. “
He has also criticized theresponsiblepoliticians, responsible for taking these measures that affect football and not other celebrations: “Has no sense. We cannot let political or economic interests take precedence over the health of the population.If the game against Atalanta is dangerous, much more so are the large agglomerations that are lived these days in the streets for various reasons. If it is dangerous for people to gather in Mestalla, it is also dangerous in the Parque de los Prncipes, inAnfield, in the Red Bull Arena, in theEtihad, in the Camp Nou, in theTurn Allianzand in that ofMunich“.