Kleber evaluates Gladiador Palmeiras’ stage and cites players’ possible habitat

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This Sunday, Kleber Gladiator gave an interview for the program round table, gives TV Gazette. former player of palm trees Analyzed the phase experienced by Verdo. According to him, there could be a certain accommodation on the part of some players, which would explain the poor results in recent matches.

“I think Palmeiras is going through some improvement. It needs to change a bit. It has come from good years winning titles. I believe that sometimes some groups continue to win championships. requires some modifications. I think it seems that some players have been adjusted, to some extent, by previous titles, by their history in Palmeiras,” he said.

Kleber, who currently lives in the United States, also rated Alviverde’s recent performance: “What I’ve been following in sports for a long time is that Palmeiras hasn’t played the football we see last year. Were. Artists. It’s pretty much the same. So it’s hard to give an explanation for this sudden change in player’s performance. [acomodação], but who really knows who is who on a daily basis.”

“Sometimes, players start to have a good history at the club, start winning titles and gaining fame. Sometimes the guy is a little too comfortable, thinking that the club has morals, that nothing will happen: He is in a calm state “, completed the 38-year-old athlete.

formed on the basis of Sao Paulo, Kleber Gladiador defended Palmeiras in two spells: in 2008 and between 2010 and 2011. In total, he played 116 games and scored 38 goals. He also defended clubs like cruise, Society, Busk I coritiba, Plus Dynamo Kiev-UCR and Austin Bold-USA.

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coming from defeat red bull bragantino By 4 a 2Palmeiras has not won by six matches. The team coached by Abel Ferreira return to the field on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. (GMT) when they face Bahia, away from home, for the 26th round of Serie A.

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