Felipe Anderson spoke about his previous club and the coach he worked there with - Muricy Ramalho.
Last Sunday there was a derby in the Brazilian league between Sao Paulo and Corinthians where the youngster from Sao Paulo Gabriel Boschilia (18) didn't have the best of games and was publicly criticized by his coach. That didn't surprise Felipe Anderson because during his time at Santos where Ramalho was his coach he was one of Ramalho's favorite victims.
As reported by Globo the Brazilian playmaker was furious and condemned the attitude of his former coach.
"Having gone through similar situations I can understand the mood of Boschilia, especially to what has been said publicly."
"I don't think that this is normal and I've been labeled by Ramalho as lazy and other things. It would be much better to keep this in the team and have more peace so that you can work hard."
Between 2011 and 2013 Anderson has grown a lot under Ramalho's guidance but the relationship between them has never been that good.
"I have learned a lot from him but all those issues made me reduce my time at Santos."
He finally spoke about his season at Lazio:
"I am very happy at the Lazio. It was a tough year for me where I had to learn a lot and to adapt to Italian football. I have great expectations for next season. I want to stay here as much as possible and give my contribution to the club."