The discussion started as an ESPN expert’s criticism of an old social media comment
David Fettelson, ESPN journalist, and former soccer player Damian Russo Zamogelny, debated on social media after the controversy stemming from the alleged improper bias of America in the match against Atlas.
“I do not find in the world of sports communication a journalist with many contradictions like you, Embed a Tweet It is very clear that you are moving for personal interests and have lost your objectivity for a long time. For every position you have two or more jobs, “he began Russian Zamogelny, On social networks, after a comment from David Fettelson.
I do not find in the world of sports communication a journalist with many contradictions like you, Embed a Tweet. It is very clear that you are moving for personal interests and for a long time you lose your objectivity. For each situation you have two or more modes. https://t.co/jQ4neRscsL pic.twitter.com/hNiW3NaD1c
Damian Zamogilny (RusoZamogilny) February 22, 2021
The debate began because the ‘Russian? Tweet reminder Fettelson For 2013, he criticized that Toluca It claimed an “improper alignment” and now supports the removal of three points from USA For a mistake in the match against him atlas.
The journalist responded that he respected the opinion of the former Puebla player, and reminded him of some of his passages as an active footballer.
“Look Embed a Tweet I respect your opinion. He evaluated it for whom it came. If it’s Beckenbauer or Raphael Marquez, that worries me, but it comes from you … by the way, I would be contradictory, but they don’t know me as a traitor in football. Do we ask Embed a Tweet? The journalist replied David Fettelson.
When called up, Chelís, the former Puebla coach, asked to come out of the fray. Jose Luis Sanchez Sola was clearly the coach of Zamogilny in Puebla.
“Young people, don’t bash me,” José Luis Sanchez puts Sola, Chili’s, on their social networks.
Hey guys, don’t bribe me. https://t.co/XtBXgrFWXh
Jose Luis Sanchez (Elchelis) February 22, 2021
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