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Who will win the Torneo Inicial? Too close to call? A look at the contenders

With only two rounds of fixtures remaining and 8 teams still in with a shout of lifting the Torneo Inicial trophy, it’s anyone’s guess who will be champions. Golazo takes a look at the candidates and their remaining fixtures in an effort to clear things up….

5 points currently separate the top 8 making the final matches of this Torneo Inicial incredibly exciting as over the next 2 weekends many of those vying for the title will go head-to-head. Last season’s Torneo Final was fairly predictably claimed by Newell’s Old Boys and although the Rosario outfit were favourites to repeat their success they have tailed off badly allowing for a thrilling race. Here is the look at the sides in their positions in the league as it stands….

1. San Lorenzo – 31 points

Rather pleasingly I predicted San Lorenzo to win the title in my preview back in August so I am not too surprised to find them in this position. However, when leading scorer Martin Cauteruccio was injured just a few games in with a cruciate knee injury I was less confident and had lined up my excuses well in advance.

My worries were misplaced as El Ciclon have out-scored every other side helped by Juan Antonio Pizzi’s system not being too reliant on a centre-forward.

Ignacio Piatti has been superb and instrumental in San Lorenzo’s lofty position. The midfielder has been involved in more goals than any other player in the league with 8 goals and 5 assists.

Their remaining fixtures are a home game against Estudiantes and then a short trip to Liniers to face Velez Sarsfield. Both of these sides stand a chance of winning the title themselves so it will not be easy. Estudiantes’ chances are very slim and San Lorenzo should win this in El Nuevo Gasometro but the match with Velez on the final day will be difficult.

Vs Estudiantes (home)
Vs Velez Sarsfield (away)

2. Newell’s Old Boys – 30 points

The loss of Tata Martino and leading scorer, Ignacio Scocco was always going to be a blow but for a while it appeared as though it was business as usual in Rosario. New coach, Alfredo Berti stayed true to the system that made them so successful and Maxi Rodriguez was imperious.

However, since losing in the clasico to rivals, Rosario Central, Newell’s have been on the kind of run that is associated with sides dropping out of the league rather than winning it. Without a win in 6, the run has seen them fall from championship shoe-ins to chokers in a quick space of time.

Newell’s are only a point off the lead but need to address this slump fast if they are going to regain the lead. An away game at All Boys on Saturday will not be straight-forward following their confidence boosting win in La Bombonera and a home match against Lanus on the final day will be a real test. Realistically Newell’s probably need to win both and in current form that is not too likely.

Vs All Boys (away)
Vs Lanus (home)

3. Lanus – 29 points

Perhaps the form side in the title race and only 2 points behind San Lorenzo, Lanus could be on the verge of a historic league and Copa Sudamericana double. Having not lost since a 1-0 defeat to Godoy Cruz on October 14th, Lanus have been looking in very good shape.

Important wins over title rivals, Arsenal and San Lorenzo have put them right in the mix and with them also on the brink of the Copa Sudamericana Final, Lanus just might be on the verge of the best season in the club’s history.
Of course, involvement in the Copa Sudamericana could prove to be a huge distraction at this crucial stage but their solid back-line, marshalled by goalkeeper, Agustin Marchesin and attacking line-up led by Santiago Silva make them a match for anyone on their day.

Either way, Lanus will have a huge say on the title race based on their remaining fixtures. Hosting Boca Juniors at the weekend will end one of the sides title hopes and on the final day a daunting trip to Rosario to face Newell’s, 6 points from this and Lanus would probably deserve the trophy.

Vs Boca Juniors (away)
Vs Newell’s Old Boys (home)

4. Arsenal de Sarandi – 29 points

Arsenal have been in the mix all season and the small blip at the end of October where they didn’t win in 4 may end up costing them dearly. Still only 2 points off the pace but the 2 home draws against Gimnasia and All Boys dented their hopes of adding another trophy to their rapidly expanding cabinet.

Having already won the Copa Argentina this season with the 3-0 demolition of San Lorenzo in the Final, this season is already a success but a league-cup double would something very special indeed.

Next up is a home game against Belgrano, which you would expect Arsenal to win but their final day fixture is a little more complicated. Atletico Rafaela are the surprise package in this race and only Newell’s have travelled to Santa Fe and come away with 3 points. Winning there will not be easy especially if Rafaela are chasing their first ever league championship.

Vs Belgrano (home)
Vs Atletico Rafaela (away)

5. Velez Sarsfield – 27 points

Velez have been almost impossible to predict this season and had they been slightly more consistent we could have been looking at another title for Ricardo Gareca’s side.

At times, Velez have looked superb, for example their 3-0 win over Newell’s in September, but as is typical of their season, they followed this with a dreadful defeat by the same scoreline against Belgrano.

Big-name signing, Mauro Zarate has missed much of the season through injury which has no doubt hindered their attack. Lucas Pratto has performed admirably but in the games where he has an off day so too do Velez it appears.

The Copa Sudamericana appeared to be their most likely route to silverware this term but the surprise elimination at the hands of Ponte Preta ended that.

Velez travel to Colon this weekend, where a win would be expected given the state that Colon are in at present and host San Lorenzo on the final day, in what could be an epic title decider.

Vs Colon (away)
Vs San Lorenzo (home)

6. Boca Juniors – 27 points

Boca probably saw their chances go up in smoke last week with the damaging defeat in La Bombonera to All Boys. The narrow 3-2 defeat in Sarandi, the week before against Arsenal leave Carlos Bianchi’s side needing a miracle to lift the trophy.

Juan Roman Riquelme limped off against All Boys and will miss the run-in and in his absence, Boca often look devoid of creativity. The return of Fernando Gago is a boost but his injury problems have also hampered Boca’s title hopes.

Emanuel Gigliotti has proved a good signing and his goals, including one in the Super clasico victory over River, have provided Boca with a focal point to their attacks but a fragile defence and injury prone midfield look to have cost them.

Defeat away to Lanus on Sunday will end any hopes but should they win, a match against Gimnasia in the La Bombonera on the final day is ideal.

Vs Lanus (away)
Vs Gimnasia (home)

7. Estudiantes – 26 points

Mathematically, Estudiantes can still win the championship but realistically….no.

Boosted by the return of Juan Sebastian Veron, Estudiantes have built this season on their superb home form. No side has left La Plata this season with a victory and despite being one of the lowest scorers, they boast the best defence in the league, aided by the wonderful signing of Santiago Vergini from Newell’s in the close season.

Goals have been the problem for Estudiantes, only 3 times have they scored twice in a game this season and never anymore.

After their pre-season victory over Atletico Madrid, it is interesting to think how might this side have fared had they been able to keep hold of Colombian, Duvan Zapata? The young centre-forward has not had a great deal of playing time at Napoli and may just have provided the goals to change so many of those draws to wins.

This weekend, they visit San Lorenzo in what will have a huge impact on the title either way and finally Tigre visit La Plata. A side unbeaten at home against a side who haven’t won away all season, surely that is about as certain as Argentine football gets?

Vs San Lorenzo (away)
Vs Tigre (home)

8. Atletico Rafaela – 25 points (3 games to play)

Without question the smallest side in this list, possibly in the league, Atletico Rafaela are realistic contenders given that with the extra game, they would be just 3 points behind the leaders.

Only Newell’s have travelled to Rafaela and won and it is this impressive home form that sees Rafaela mixing it with the big boys.

In addition to this the strike force of Diego Vera and Lucas Albertengo has proved fruitful with the duo scoring over half the teams goals.

Their game in hand comes courtesy of the game that was postponed after Colon’s players went on strike. In theory, Rafaela should have been given the points but AFA being AFA changed their minds and decided that they should replay. Either way, Rafaela are expected win this putting them firmly in with a shot.

A trip to Victoria to face Tigre on Saturday will provide a stern test. As bad as Tigre have been away, they have been very good at home, losing only twice so 3 points from this will be a tough ask. On the final day, Rafaela will host Arsenal in another potential title decider and you wouldn’t bet against La Crema at home if they were playing for the championship.

Vs Tigre (away)
Vs Arsenal (home)
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Chivas puts Fabian up for sale

The club has decided to part ways with the gold medal winner after he failed to meet its lofty expectations.

Chivas forward and Olympic gold medal winner Marco Fabian was named on the club’s transfer list Wednesday.

The 24-year-old Mexico international has endured a difficult time since starring at London 2012, failing to recapture the kind of form that reportedly had European clubs inquiring about him.

Fabian has made more headlines recently for his off-the-field activities, with the player publically apologizing to fans in a press conference on Sept. 5, after he turned down a move to a Qatari club, and stating he would redouble his efforts to bring Chivas success.

Widespread reports in the Mexican press suggest Club Tijuana, Club Leon, Monterrey and Tigres could be potential destinations for the playmaker, who first made a name for himself outside Mexico with two stunning goals for Chivas against Barcelona in a friendly in August 2011.

US-born left back Miguel Ponce, goalkeeper Luis Michel and promising youngster Giovani Casillas were also made available for transfer, but it was Fabian’s name that stood out.

The players could be used in exchanges with other teams to rejuvenate a squad that finished 16th in the Apertura 2013 regular season and is close to being dragged into the relegation race.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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Tom Marshall: Time for change at Cruz Azul

While its issues aren´t as obvious as those faced by some of its rivals, Cruz Azul could do well to shake up its aging roster.
It would seem that the big Mexican clubs that need a rethink this offseason are Pumas and Chivas.

It is obvious that both do indeed need to work hard in buying players to improve on their dire campaigns last time out in the Apertura 2013. Pumas finished dead last in 18th, while Chivas were two places above them in 16th.

But there is also an argument that Cruz Azul – another one of Mexico’s “big four” - should make some major changes following last weekend’s 3-0 loss against Toluca and the strong likelihood that on Saturday evening after the return leg, La Maquina will have once again crashed out of title race.

On the face of it, Cruz Azul is a strong force.

The team finished the Apertura championship in fourth place in the regular season general table, is one of only three clubs – Morelia and Tigres are the others – to score 25 points or more in each of the last six seasons and was nine games undefeated coming into the disastrous match against Los Diablos Rojos.

But underneath the surface, there are problems within the squad, most noticeably the aging first team, lack of pace – Joao Rojas aside – and a culture of consistently failing in the playoffs.

The starting XI against Toluca included seven players over the age of 30 and only Rojas under the age of 26. Experience shouldn’t be undervalued, but it has to be balanced with fresher legs and Cruz Azul now has a core group of players that could do with being rejuvenated.

Jesus Corona, Gerardo Torrado, Julio Cesar Dominguez, Israel Castro, Alejandro Castro and Christian Gimenez have been the regular backbone of a desperately trying to win its first championship since 1997 for years, including as part of the heartbreaking loss in the Clausura 2013 final against America.

Interestingly, rumors of interest in Corona from Chivas have been widespread in Mexican publications, while Gimenez has also been linked with a move back to Pachuca. There would be plenty of teams interested in Dominguez, the Castros and Torrado, despite his advancing years.

Coach Guillermo “Memo” Vazquez’s time in charge could well be up if Cruz Azul can’t overturn the 3-0 gap on Saturday.

If that does prove to be the case, it would be a timely opportunity for Cruz Azul to dismantle a side that has been consistent, without being brilliant, instead of waiting for a group of players to slowly decline.

It’s time for new blood in the blue machine.

(Cruz Azul hosts Toluca in Estadio Azul at 6 p.m. ET on Saturday)

Other quarters:

Leon vs. Morelia (9 p.m. ET, Saturday)

Following Morelia’s comeback from 3-1 down to 3-3 in the first leg, the deciding game has been heating up, with Monarcas coach Carlos Bustos criticizing Leon for slamming the referee’s performance. Leon coach Gustavo Matosas responded by saying he didn’t want to get into the “mediocrity” of talking about other teams.

Crucially, Aldo Leao returns from injury for Leon.

America vs. Tigres (6 p.m. ET, Sunday)

Up to 10,000 Tigres fans are expected in Estadio Azteca on Sunday, looking to end America’s hopes of a historic 12th title. The first leg finished 2-2 in Monterrey. America coach Miguel Herrera said on Thursday he is very confident of victory, but Tigres midfielder Guido Pizarro has also stated that if his team plays as it did in the first half last Sunday, Tigres “will have a lot of chances to win.”

Santos vs. Queretaro (9 p.m. ET, Sunday)

Despite Los Guerreros letting a 3-0 lead turn into 3-2 in the first leg, Queretaro has a big task on its hands if it is to reverse the first leg deficit against a side that consistently makes the playoffs and is one of the favorites for the title.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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TV Azteca buys Liga MX outfit Atlas

The Guadalajara-based side is now owned by the same company which owns Monarcas Morelia.

The Mexican first division’s multi-ownership rules were once again put under the spotlight on Monday after TV Azteca – which already owns Monarcas Morelia – bought Guadalajara-based Atlas.

The club, which was laden with debt, was bought for around 38 million U.S. dollars plus taxes, according to local media reports, although there has been no official word on the fee.

“It is a historic night, our commitment is to the fans,” club president Eugenio Ruiz Orozco told reporters at the club’s training ground. “Guadalajara is more important with Atlas.”

The sale came somewhat as a surprise despite Atlas being on the market, with the club’s previous 124 owners seemingly split on whether they should sell or not, despite years of failure at an institution whose only league title came back in 1951.

Atlas may be in better hands in terms of fighting the relegation battle that awaits next season with the financially strong media organization behind them, but the sale apparently breaks Mexico’s recently-introduced multi-ownership rules.

In May this year, Liga MX president Decio de Maria announced that multi-ownership would be ended in Mexico’s first division within five years.

One of the points of the meeting indicated: “During the next five years no owner can increase the amounts of teams they have today.”

Atlas has one of the most feted youth academies in the Liga MX, with players like Rafa Marquez, Andres Guardado, Oswaldo Sanchez and Pavel Pardo coming out of it.

Los Rojinegros play in the 1970 and 1986 World Cup venue Estadio Jalisco and have a strong local fan base known as La Fiel – The Faithful – because of continuing loyal support despite the lack of trophies.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Detenidos por violencia en el Clásico uruguayo

Diez hinchas de Peñarol están detenidos por los incidentes del pasado domingo, y dos de Nacional ya fueron procesados.

Tan clásicos como el partido mismo son, desde hace mucho tiempo, los desmanes provocados por un grupo de personas que se autodenominan hinchas y que, lejos de hacerle bien al fútbol uruguayo, se encargan de denigrarlo y dejarlo mal parado a los ojos del mundo. Mientras tanto, las autoridades promueven este tipo de actos en lugar de defender a las familias que, cada día, están más ausentes de las canchas.

Este domingo volvió a suceder. Peñarol le ganaba bien a Nacional por 3-1 (acabó 3-2), cuando el árbitro Daniel Fedorczuk fue advertido de los incidentes que se desarrollaban en la tribuna popular donde estaban los hinchas aurinegros. El partido fue detenido durante once minutos mientras los jugadores, que deberían haber sido los únicos protagonistas del clásico, miraban desde el césped cómo un grupo de energúmenos, algunos de ellos cubriendo sus cabezas con camisetas para no ser identificados por las cámaras, arrancaba butacas a mansalva, rompía caños, piletas y cuanta cosa se le ponía enfrente. Y, en algunos casos, usaron estos elementos como proyectiles para lanzar, desde lo más alto, a los efectivos policiales que estaban parados afuera del Estadio Centenario, sin ingresar, a causa de un “acuerdo previo” con los referentes de ambas barras bravas.

La hinchada tricolor ocupaba la mayor parte del estadio, por ser el local, y la raíz del problema fue que ingresó en su popular con lo que se conoce como un “trofeo”. Una bandera de su tradicional adversario, que hace referencia a un chico fallecido en otro incidente tras peleas entre ambas parcialidades hace algún tiempo.

Que hubo una provocación de un sector de la hinchada de Nacional, no cabe duda. Que otro sector de la de Peñarol reaccionó de la peor manera, tampoco. Lo insólito es que las autoridades sigan pensando que el problema pasa por ingresar con botellas, bolsos, o papeles; todos elementos incluidos en la lista de prohibidos para este partido, y no se den cuenta que mientras continúen sin tomar medidas drásticas contra el grupo de gente que sólo va al estadio para crear problemas, y se las ingenia para conseguir un proyectil aunque tenga que arrancarlo de una pared con sus propias manos, lo único que logran es alejar a los niños, a las familias, a los verdaderos hinchas del fútbol, de los escenarios deportivos.

Desde que en el año 2006, un hincha de Peñarol asesinó a uno de Cerro frente a su mujer y su hijo a pocas cuadras del Centenario, existen regulaciones contra los violentos, y promesas de implementar sanciones, que al poco tiempo quedan en el olvido. Nuevamente estas personas ingresan sin ningún tipo de problema con el apoyo de los dirigentes de los equipos, en muchos casos por amenazas y en otros por ignorancia. Es por esto, que en vez de buscar una solución, clubes y Ministerio, se acusan mutuamente.

Fuentes policiales aclararon en las últimas horas que no era necesario el ingreso de los efectivos porque “no había personas agredidas ni lesionadas dentro de la tribuna”. Y es cierto. Además de la pésima imagen que Uruguay le estaba dando al mundo, el único lesionado fue ese viejo estadio de cemento, que ni siquiera por ser un Monumento Histórico del Fútbol Mundial, y orgullo de todo el pueblo oriental por lo que significó organizar allí el Mundial de 1930, es protegido de este tipo de inadaptados. Bajo ningún concepto merecen ser llamados “hinchas”, pues como dijo el capitán de Nacional, Andrés Scotti, “los hinchas no vienen a romper el estadio”.

A estas alturas, diez hinchas de Peñarol permanecen detenidos luego de haber sido identificados a través de videos, mientras arrojaban vallas de seguridad a los policías que estaban fuera del escenario, y se espera por la decisión que la jueza a cargo tome sobre cada uno de ellos. Por el momento, ya procesó a otros dos individuos, identificados con Nacional, pero por otro problema suscitado durante el partido de la reserva, cuando intentaron cambiarse de tribuna y para lograrlo, agredieron a dos efectivos policiales.

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Thank you, so much, for showing us that the “Mystique” is real

Amongst the world’s most iconic football nations, Uruguay has always had that “special” attraction for doing so much despite having such a miniscule population. Their football culture and mindset are very endearing to me (even as a person who was practically born in and grew up in Canada) and a lot of people from all corners of the globe. I first noticed it when I was 7 years old.

I had gone to watch a 1994 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers between Uruguay and Ecuador while living in Montreal. It was there that I first noticed people from different nationalities feverishly cheering for Uruguay; one from Scotland and two from Nigeria. For years, they never missed a game. When I went to the 2012 Olympic tournament in the UK, I met fans who came from very far away. Just in one game, I met feverish supporters from: China (1), Scotland (2), India (1), Japan (1), England (4). All of these people passionately spoke of the “mystique” they felt was associated with La Celeste.

The reason fans and pundits call it “mystique” is because it’s a very difficult and unique phenomenon to explain. But I think the recent “Pilsen” beer ad (celebrating the qualification to Brazil 2014) attempts to do it fairly well:
“We understand that the real flavour of victory is in trying to reproduce the impossible feats over and over again…over and over again. This is why our celebrations are so passionate, because we did it once and we know that we can do it again.”
Pilsen Ad

In a tremendous television segment, Argentinian journalist el “Tano” Fazzini tried to offer a more tangible/scientific explanation for this mystique after Uruguay eliminated Ghana in 2010.
“For Uruguay, their 12th player is the “mythological”. What is “mythology” in life? In Uruguay’s case, the “myth” is the memory of near impossible feats that are passed down every generation; from grandfathers to fathers, from fathers to sons, from sons to grandsons…And, what is “mythology”. It’s repeating what is nearly impossible so many times, that it ends up being real.”
“El Tano” Fazzini speaks after Uruguay v. Ghana

Is Uruguay’s incredible football history based on a delusion? Perhaps. But the important thing is that we, and the players have always believed in this delusion. At times, even my faith is tested. I saw Uruguay as being 95% eliminated from the FIFA World Cup last year. What Uruguay had to overcome to qualify to the 2014 FIFA World Cup is maybe the biggest obstacle I’ve ever seen Uruguay go up against; way beyond winning the last Copa America. In two words: almost impossible. What’s even more incredible is that they did it when they were at their absolute worst, vs. teams that were at their absolute best that anyone had seen in years.

I’ve been watching football for close to 22 out of my 27 years of life, and I have never seen a football team do what Uruguay did in the last half year, and to qualify to such a historically significant tournament for fans of the Sky Blue. At the moment, I’m having a hard time explaining it myself. All I know, is that this team made me believe without a doubt: the mystique is real.

And, for that, all I can say is thank you.

Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Chicago Fire decline option on Uruguayan international, Designated Player Arevalo Rios

Uruguayan international midfielder Arevalo Rios will likely be at the 2014 World Cup next summer. But he won´t be there as a Chicago Fire player.

The club on Monday announced that it will not be picking up the Designated Player´s contract option for the 2014 season, the first personnel moves made by new manager Frank Yallop since taking over for Frank Klopas on October 31.

Klopas brought in the 31-year-old Rios as a DP on August 14 from Italian side Palermo and the holding midfielder played a total of nine MLS matches.

The Fire also waived backup goalkeeper Paolo Tornaghi, who has been with the club since March 2012. The ex-Inter Milan netminder appeared in only nine matches for Chicago, notching a 3-4-2 record and one shutout.

Tornaghi is eligible to be selected in the MLS Waiver Draft which will take place later Monday.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Bianchi ensayó más cambios en el medio y el ataque de Boca

BUENOS AIRES -- El DT de Boca, Carlos Bianchi, realizó el viernes nuevas pruebas en el ensayo de fútbol, ya que modificó cuatro nombres, aunque igualmente el equipo titular para jugar ante Lanús, el domingo, será el que usó en la práctica del jueves con seis cambios respecto de la derrota con All Boys.

En un nuevo ensayo desarrollado en Casa Amarilla, Bianchi decidió rotar a los delanteros y los mediocampistas externos en relación a la práctica del jueves, pero lo hizo más que nada para darle minutos de fútbol a algunos jugadores que quería ver con miras a futuro.

Así, Claudio Riaño y Nicolás Blandi jugaron en el ataque por Juan Manuel Martínez y Emmanuel Gigliotti, mientras que en la línea de volantes Francesco Celeste se movió por derecha y Joel Acosta por la izquierda en reemplazo de Cristian Erbes y Juan Sánchez Miño.

De todas maneras, Gigliotti, Martínez, Sánchez Miño y Erbes, quienes igualmente serán titulares, no participaron para los suplentes sino que realizaron trabajos físicos y con pelota con Diego Rivero, Matías Caruzzo, Gonzalo Escalante y Nahuel Zárate.

En definitiva, el equipo principal que diagramó el viernes el DT formó con Agustín Orion; Leandro Marín, Ribair Rodríguez, Daniel Díaz y Emanuel Insúa; Francesco Celeste, Fernando Gago, Pablo Ledesma y Joel Acosta; Claudio Riaño y Nicolás Blandi.

Y el resultado fue muy positivo porque a diferencia del jueves que los titulares cayeron 3-1 a puertas cerradas, estos `11´ se impusieron por 4-0 ante los suplentes con goles de Acosta, Ribair, Ledesma y Blandi.

No obstante, en el equipo contrario se movieron Emanuel Trípodi; Alan Aguirre, Claudio Pérez, Guillermo Burdisso y Maximiliano Padilla; Jesús Méndez, Federico Bravo y Leandro Paredes; Iván Leszcuk, Yamil Romero y Franco Cángele.

Una vez culminado el ensayo y antes de la conferencia de prensa de Bianchi, un grupo practicó definición al arco, entre los que estaban Sánchez Miño, Erbes, Méndez, Pérez, Escalante y Rivero.

Si bien no está confirmada la alineación titular para visitar a Lanús, el domingo desde las 18.15, sería la que presentó ayer con Agustín Orion; Leandro Marín, Ribair Rodríguez, Daniel Díaz y Emanuel Insúa; Cristian Erbes, Fernando Gago, Pablo Ledesma y Juan Sánchez Miño; Juan Manuel Martínez y Emmanuel Gigliotti.

Esta formación cuenta con seis variantes en relación a la derrota por 2-0 ante All Boys, con los ingresos de Gago, Sánchez Miño, Martínez, Marín, Insúa y Díaz en reemplazo de Juan Román Riquelme, desgarrado, Nahuel Zárate, suspendido, Caruzzo, Claudio Pérez, Jesús Méndez y Claudio Riaño.

El equipo xeneize tiene 27 puntos, cuatro menos que el líder San Lorenzo, cuando apenas restan dos jornadas para el final de un campeonato en el que insinuó mucho más de lo que concretó, con derrotas inesperadas y alegrías efímeras como el triunfo en el superclásico ante River (1-0), en Núñez
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

MENGÃO BI DA AMÈRICA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RlVt8zJhXQ
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Olimpo win relegation battle with Godoy Cruz & Racing snatch draw with Central

The pressure is piling up on Martin Palermo as his Godoy Cruz side lost in Mendoza to fellow relegation candidates, Olimpo. Defender, Dylan Gissi’s first half header was enough to earn a 1-0 win, the third on the bounce. In spite of the victory, both sides remain in the relegation zone and Palermo’s future looks a little uncertain.

Later, Racing left it late to snatch a 1-1 draw in Rosario against Central. Gonzalo Castillejos’ smart header gave the home side the lead after only 5 minutes and continued to dominate proceedings from there on. Racing have undoubtedly improved since Mostaza Merlo’s appointment but it was another limp performance undeserving of any reward. However, after both sides had seen players sent off, Gabriel Hauche popped up at the back post to convert the equaliser.


GODOY CRUZ 0 – 1 OLIMPO

http://www.youtube.com/w…S-oQiKT-DAg

ROSARIO CENTRAL 1 – 1 RACING CLUB

http://www.youtube.com/w…yLCQfuIqynY
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo

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