• Analysis.The keys to the blowing up of Valencia at the hands of Peter Lim

The Valencia fans are upset against

Peter Lim

and the managers he has placed at the helm of Valencia, who have led the club to a blast of the pillars (coach, squad, fans and institutions).

But, while there are groups that try to group actions to gather enough social capital to allow them to audit the accounts, there are those who speak out and even those who take it with humor.

This morning, a group of fans has hired some mariachis to come and entertain the club's Asian executives, who religiously have lunch every morning on one of the terraces of the premises near the club's headquarters, next to the Mestalla stadium.

There was no president Anil Murthy, but executives

Kim Koh


Joey Lim


The first came to the club with the purchase in 2014 and since then has become the eyes of the magnate in the entity.

Joey Lim, with no family ties to the owner, arrived a month ago and his figure is growing as a possible successor to Murthy in the presidency.

In fact, he makes executive decisions, such as the dismissal today of

Alex Navarro

, Communications Director who had been at the club for 16 years.

The mariachis have accompanied the managers during their lunch and later to the clubhouse interpreting, as has been made public by the account of the Libertad VCF platform interpreting the ranchera

Rata with two legs


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