Broadcaster finds responsible for exposing audio of criticism and insults to the red-black coach in a game against São Paulo
Sao Paulo-SP) – Leaked audio from the Globo broadcast of the game between Flamengo and São Paulo, in the final of the Copa do Brasil last Sunday (17), shows reporter Eric Faria’s dissatisfaction with the work of Rubro-Negro coach, Jorge Sampaoli.
During an informal conversation that ended up being publicized on social media, Faria suggests that the coach has a “cognitive problem” for not repeating the team’s lineup and calls him an “imbecile”.
When contacted, Globo said it was investigating the case. There is no information about who recorded the audios that have gone viral. But in them it is possible to notice that everything starts after narrator Luís Roberto calls a commercial break. Afterwards, now off the air, the announcer states that Sampaoli should have already been fired. Commentators Ricardinho and Roger Flores talk about the game and Flamengo’s apathy against Tricolor.
And at a certain point, field reporter Eric Faria joins the conversation and begins to give his opinion about what he saw up close. At this point, the match was already 1-0 for São Paulo.
“He [Sampaoli] He has trouble seeing the game and what he has in his hand. This is a cognitive problem, it just might be. He could make the same lineup as Botafogo. It must be some OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) of his. You shouldn’t repeat socks, underwear, anything”,
shot the journalist.
Following the audio, which lasts around seven minutes, Ricardinho and Roger continue to talk about what measures the coach could take to improve the team, and Eric once again makes an intervention.
“If you want to remember the two best performances with this idiot [Sampaoli]”, he stated, while another person said: “Botafogo and who?” The reporter responds: “Grêmio”, and the audio ends with Luís Roberto resuming the live broadcast after the commercial break.
GLOBO IS ALREADY INVESTIGATING LEAK
F5 sources inform that Globo has already started an investigation to find out who recorded and released the audio from the broadcast break. The channel would already know that the culprit was an employee, as the break signal was fully encoded.
Furthermore, ten teams from different fronts working on the broadcast had access to the audio. F5 also found that Ricardinho, Luís Roberto, Roger and Eric Faria were very uncomfortable with the leak, but the channel has the interpretation that the audios should not harm anyone, as it was a private conversation about the field and the ball.
*With information from Folha de S.Paulo
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