Fernando Madureira: "Today there is no Joao Félix. We have to disconnect the chip from the clubs"

Fernando Madureira: "Today there is no Joao Félix. We have to disconnect the chip from the clubs"


Fernando Madureira, leader of the Super Dragons cheerlead, devalued the insults that João Félix was targeting on Espinho's arrival for the concentration of Seleção A. According to Record newspaper, the Benfica player arrived at the hotel in a car where they also followed his father and his mother and some supporters appeared against the Benfica player, knocking even on the car's roof, although applause was also heard.

"Lampião, return to Lisbon, return to your club", shouted some supporters at the time.

"This is soccer, it's normal. Once in Guimaraes Messi shouted at Cristiano Ronaldo. Tomorrow [hoje] there is no John Félix. The chip is Portugal. We have to disconnect the chip from the clubs to create the Euro2016 environment, "Fernando Madureira told Record.
The leader of the Super Dragons said he will follow the team during the final four of the League of Nations.

"I'll be there along with some elements of the Super Dragons and members of other cheerleaders. Sporting, Leixões and V. Guimarães are some of those represented. I ask the supporters to support the team from the first to the last minute to take the team to the final, "he said.



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