While he is still not summoned to the Copa Libertadores matches, the Colombian who is accused of gender violence broke the public silence.
The situation of Sebastián Villa in Boca in the middle of the complaint for gender violence made by his ex-partner has no definition for now. By decision of the Soccer Council, meanwhile, the Colombian is not cited for the Copa Libertadores matches until Justice is issued. And in the midst of this context, the player broke his public silence.
“I have always prepared to be, I am a great professional. I am not on the list but I work in the best way. I want to send a greeting to all the fans, I have always been a warrior and I prepare in the best way,” he commented in a short dialogue with TyC Sports.
Asked promptly as to whether he was notified by the club of the decision not to be taken into account, Villa replied: “I was not notified or told of any sanction or anything. I am preparing to be at the disposal of the coaching staff. I want to be, I am happy with the people for their support, very grateful. The day I touch myself I will give my best as I always have. “
Initially, when the complaint of Daniela Cortés, there was a lot of criticism towards the Boca leadership for public demonstrations in which they did not give a concrete definition about the future of the player. With the judicial process already advanced, Villa was not summoned to any of the parties on the return of the Liberators.
In addition, it was added that Boca rejected a specific offer from Atlético Mineiro by the Colombian, which generated another source of conflict between the parties.
Now, in the preview of what could be the classification of Boca to the round of 16 of the Cup (it reaches him with a draw against Libertad to go to the round without depending on anyone), Miguel Angel Russo returned to give the list of summoned without Town. Which remains without public sanction but virtually frozen.