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Ibarra spoke after his departure from Boca: "I know the rules of the game and decisions must be followed for the good of the club"


The 'Black' said goodbye to the squad in Ezeiza and stressed that in six months of work he won two titles, when no one trusted a team that was in 14th place in the Professional League.

His first-person release was missing.

Hugo Benjamín Ibarra

, fired as DT of Boca, considered this Wednesday that his departure from the club a week after his debut in the Copa Libertadores covers the

"rules of the game"

in one of the most important institutions of Argentine soccer and avoided confronting the decision of the Football Council headed by Vice President

Juan Román Riquelme


"I thank everyone in Boca, I know the rules of the game, I was never clinging to a place. I always worked every day. Decisions must be followed for the good of the club and it is the best," he began his defense before the media

. Press the 'Black'.

How do you rate your first experience as a head coach?


Extremely positive

, there are things that could not be achieved, but if I have to emphasize the eight months that I was DT -with two less due to vacations and the World Cup-, every three we came out champion. Many colleagues will say that Boca did not deserve it, but

the champion is always the one he deserves

, we took 14th place when nobody expected anything, only we trusted the group", he explained.

"I always aimed for the good of the team. I'll see the boys, a very nice group has been put together, but whether I'll continue flirting or not, for now I'm not thinking about that," he completed.

And, in closing, he just clarified that with Riquelme

"we always talk about football"

​ and that during the meeting "he told him what everyone knows".

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Source: clarin

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