The Technical Director of Universidad Católica, Ariel Holan, again referred to the incidents recorded last weekend in San Carlos de Apoquindo, during the match against O’Higgins. At a press conference, Holan stated that «first of all, basically in democracy everyone has the right to protest. The point is that they break club facilities or violence.» In the same vein, the Argentine stated that «in the face of this, I believe that the most important weapon of the peoples is the vote, the mass vote.» I don’t want to confuse football with politics, but here we’re not just the players, the technicians or the referees, because there are a lot of people working around the activity and who need it not to stop, who need to keep working,» the strategist added. In this sense, the trasandino indicated that «there are many people who work in the club that comes by bus, who have two hours of travel… All claims are fair, but they must be channeled as appropriate.» On the football aspect, Holan reported that «Fuenzalida is being evaluated and in the next two trainings we will evaluate it for if it goes from the game. Just like Caesar, who has already trained and we will see how they respond to make a decision.» Regarding Sunday’s game, DT said that «we know that Antofagasta is a team that won its first two matches, that has dangerous, dynamic forwards, so we must be very attentive.» It should be remembered that Universidad Católica will visit Sports Antofagasta next Sunday at noon at the Calvo and Bascuñán Stadium.