Dani Alves BOOED by his own fans every time he touches ball just a month into UNAM Pumas career as he has horror game | The Sun

Dani Alves BOOED by his own fans every time he touches ball just a month into UNAM Pumas career as he has horror game | The Sun

LEGENDARY right-back Dani Alves was BOOED by his own fans every time he touched the ball just a month into his UNAM Pumas career.

Alves, 39, joined Mexican side Pumas this summer following his release from Barcelona.

However, the most decorated footballer of all time is enduring a horror start to life in North America.

Alves was booed every time he touched the ball against Santos Laguna.

The Brazil ace was also lucky not to receive a red card for a high challenge.

Alves was also at fault for one of Laguna's five goals in the 5-1 away win.


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The right-back committed to a challenge and got left in the dust.

Alves also took a knee to the face.

Pumas' latest defeat leaves them all the way down in 16th after nine games played.

They've conceded 17 and scored just ten.

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Alves has, however, chipped in with two assists for his new side.

Despite his love for Barca being unconditional, Alves' exit wasn't so smooth.

The full-back told The Guardian that Barca bosses "don’t care about the people who made history".

He said: "This club has sinned in recent years. Barcelona doesn’t care about the people who made history for the club.

"As a cule [Barcelona fan], I would like the club to do things differently. I’m not talking about myself because my situation was another scenario.

"I left happy to have returned to Barcelona. I dreamed for five years wanting to live this second moment. The only thing I didn’t like was how my departure was handled.

"Since I arrived, I made it very clear that I wasn’t any more a 20-year-old guy and that I wanted things to be done head-on, without hiding things.

"I am eternally grateful to Xavi and the president for bringing me back. I found a club full of young people with incredible ideas on the pitch.

"But it needs to improve the work outside the field. The mindset is totally opposite to what we built a few years ago.

"Everything that happens on the field is a reflection of what happens outside.

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"I’m supporting for Barcelona to come back to the top, but it’s super-complicated.

"Football is more balanced, it’s a collective game. And that has been left out at the club."

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