Sandy • Chivas USA coach Jose Luis Sanchez Sola, in his first season in Major League Soccer, the outspoken manager has shown a penchant for stirring the pot and rankling opposing fans.
On Saturday, the man known as "El Chelis" took his shot at Salt Lake City.
"When my grandchildren misbehave," the coach wrote on Twitter, "I will tell them I’m going to send them to Utah."
Sola Sanchez went on to explain: "It’s raining, gray, cold and there are no people on the streets."
Near the end of a 1-0 loss Saturday night, Sanchez Sola shared words with Real Salt Lake midfielder Javier Morales before the coach stormed off the field.
Perhaps he wanted to get out of Utah a little bit sooner.
- Aaron Falk
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