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Bianchi: "Fue un gol a lo Riquelme"

BUENOS AIRES -- El históricamente exitoso entrenador de Boca Juniors, Carlos Bianchi, evitó en forma cuidadosa dar de baja a su equipo en la lucha por el título en el Torneo Final, más allá de que, a cuatro fechas del epílogo, se ubican a siete puntos del líder River Plate.

"No, no sé, todo es cuestión de matemáticas, faltan 12 puntos en juego, vamos a tratar de sumar todo lo que podamos, después veremos qué hacen los demás", argumentó Bianchi en su contacto con los periodistas cuando le preguntaron si se sentía fuera de la pelea mayor en esta competencia doméstica.

En cuanto a la victoria sobre la hora en la noche de este domingo por 1-0 ante Tigre en el Estadio Don José Dellagiovanna, el Virrey admitió el valor que tuvo la conquista de Juan Román Riquelme, con un remate formidable desde 35 minutos.

"A pesar de haber sido un partido mediocre que no jugamos bien, manejamos más la pelota que Tigre, pudimos haber marcado en el primer tiempo y ellos tambíén en el final del primer tiempo. No sé si la victoria es justa, hoy en día los partidos se ganan por un gol, o por falla del rival que se equivoca o por virtud de uno", comentó el director técnico de los xeneizes.

De todos modos, en su segunda respuesta, el conductor de los auriazules fue más preciso: "Creo que lo hemos ganado por el tiro de Román, por cómo le pega a la pelota y por dónde la mete. También hay que rescatar que es el cuarto partido que no nos hacen un gol".

"El gol fue un golazo. Es un gol a lo Riquelme. Cuando uno tiene a Román siempre desea que la pelota pase por sus pies", opinó el Virrey.

A pesar de que esa conquista del enganche acabó con la monotonía y lo que parecía un cero a cero redondo, Bianchi sostuvo que "estaba esperanzado" en que su equipo convirtiera.

Por otra parte, el DT reconoció que el objetivo para este primer semestre del año no se limitaba a la probable clasificación para la Copa Sudamericana 2014: "No era ésa muestra meta", en alusión a que le apuntaron de lleno a la obtención del Torneo Final.

"Lo positivo es que hace cuatro partidos que no nos convierten y también tener posesión del balón", remarcó Bianchi al referirse a lo que más lo satisface de su equipo.

Claro que el exartillero también dejó entrever que el argentino es un campeonato mediocre y subrayó que los goles escasean: "Hoy en día en el fútbol argentino marcar tres goles en un partido es un milagro".
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Liga MX Week 16 roundup: Playoff spots up for grabs

The age of powerhouse clubs in Liga MX may have come and gone, for as the Clausura 2014 season winds down, it’s evident that there is plenty of parity, if not downright mediocrity, in the league.

What else can one conclude when the Copa MX champions, Tigres, will not make the liguilla playoffs? Or when the defending champions, Leon, still alive in the Copa Libertadores, will probably miss out on the postseason as well? Even Club America, so dominant only a season ago, hasn’t clinched a playoff spot yet.

At the same time, this new competitive era means that no team is safe and that games before the liguilla have real meaning. That’s exciting and unpredictable.

Even teams at the top of the table aren’t safe. Cruz Azul decided to save its top players for the upcoming final leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final. Morelia took advantage, walloping the second-rate roster 5-1 on Friday to climb into 7th place in the table. Cruz Azul remains on top, albeit with their pride somewhat dented.

It was probably a small consolation to Cementero fans that second-place Toluca did not make up any ground, losing 1-0 to Atlas. Toluca was also resting its best players in anticipation of the CONCACAF final. While the Red Devils squad wasn’t embarrassed as much as Cruz Azul in a tight loss to Atlas, the end result of points lost was the same. For Atlas, the victory put the club at the cusp of a liguilla position.

Club America played a tight, cagey match versus Queretaro, perhaps deciding that giving up one precious point was riskier than gunning for the full three. Or perhaps nerves grounded Las Aguilas and their offensive game. The 0-0 draw between the clubs leaves Club America in 5th place. That liguilla spot is less than secure, however, given the number of teams who can catch their point total. Yet Club America is still likely to be in the liguilla.

Santos is another club not approaching the playoff season with full momentum. The Laguneros fell at home to Chiapas FC 2-3 despite scoring the first and final goal of the match.

Pachuca also fell short against Puebla, which rallied from last place in the standings to one spot up. Although currently clinging to the final liguilla spot, Pachuca may not make the playoffs despite having the league’s top goalscorer this season, Enner Valencia.

Monterrey’s late charge for the playoffs has come at the expense of Veracruz. Well-aware that goal differential may decide the liguilla, Monterrey spanked Veracruz 4-1. Currently in 13th place, Los Rayados may only have a ghost of a chance of finally making it, but at least they’re trying. Veracruz, meanwhile, has slid into the final spot in the league.

Another case of too little, too late may be that of Leon, whose capable 3-0 victory over Tigres could leave fans shaking their heads over what might have been. Tied with Monterrey at 20 points, Leon might not make the liguilla at all, thus missing out on a chance to defend their title.

Tigres is another club that fell asleep in the early going of the season, and against Leon, the squad seem to have reverted to day-dreaming on the field of play. With only 18 points, team may have to retool and decide how much blame lies in coach Ricardo Ferretti.

It’s a bit strange, but for Chivas, either relegation next season or making the liguilla both seem like viable possibilities right now. Actually, either might be better than the malaise of nothingness that has too often afflicted this club. Season after season, they don’t contend for a title, but they’re usually not bad enough to have to worry about relegation, either. Mathematically, Chivas, now in 11th place, could make the liguilla, but the squad would have to show more strength of purpose and character than was revealed in a 1-0 loss to Pumas this weekend. The bloom may already be off the La Volpe coaching rose. Pumas, however, is now up to third in the standings and sure to move on.

Atlante succumbed to their relegation doom with a 1-2 loss to Club Tijuana. The Xolos proved, just before the liguilla, that it is possible for them to win away from Estadio Caliente, which should give the team the confidence boost needed to seal up a liguilla spot.

It’s a strange new world in Liga MX, where the top clubs are now longer as clear cut. Yet the final ax will fall soon on the decision of who will be the top eight, and then the liguilla will sort out the champion.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Soccer roundup: Rangers relegated, Huachipato surge continues

Universidad de Chile slumps to fourth straight defeat, title-winning Colo Colo shifts down a gear, Clausura playoff places wide open with one round to go.

The Clausura winners may have been decided but the penultimate round of fixtures has left plenty at stake as the league draws to a close, replacing confidence with doubt for some, uncertainty with certainty for others. For Rangers players, hope was replaced with devastation as they were physically confronted by fans following the club’s relegation.

Colo Colo, having been crowned Clausura league champion, has secured its spot in the illustrious 2015 Copa Libertadores. It will be joined by the 2014 Apertura champion scheduled for later this year and the winner of the subsequent Apertura playoffs, played between the teams that finish from second to fifth.

Four teams will compete in the 2014 Copa Sudamericana — Huachipato, Universidad Católica and Deportes Iquique have already gained a place, having qualified through the Copa Chile, the accumulated 2013-14 points tally and the 2013 Apertura playoff respectively.

The final Copa Sudamericana berth will be decided by the Clausura playoff, to be played between the four teams that finish highest in the league behind those already qualified or ineligible — having played in the Copa Libertadores, O’Higgins, Unión Española and Universidad de Chile will not be in contention for a Sudamericana spot. Palestino and Universidad Concepción have already secured a place in the Clausura playoff.

The relegation battle is decided on accumulated points in both the Apertura and the Clausura — Rangers are already relegated, but who joins them will be settled in the final round of matches. Everton, Unión La Calera, Audax Italiano and Santiago Wanderers are all in the running.

The team that finishes top of the Primera B will be automatically promoted, with the other spot decided by a playoff between teams placed between 2nd and 5th. San Marcos de Arica is currently top with 56 points, followed by Coquimbo Unido on 55 and Santiago Morning on 53.

Colo Colo 2-2 Universidad Católica

League champion Colo Colo took its foot off the pedal Sunday with a 2-2 draw against 10 man Universidad Católica.

Católica manager Rodrigo Astudillo was more disappointed with the result than his counterpart Héctor Tapia, having watched his men outplay Colo Colo on its own turf until a red card for striker Ramiro Costa left Católica one short in the second half.

“We controlled the game well and had the better chances in my opinion. After the red card we had to reorganize a bit and we lost some of our momentum,” he said after the match. “We were the better side today and it’s worth remembering that we were playing against the league champion.”

Having beaten Católica to the title, the hosts seemed ready to inflict more misery on their rivals when they found the opener after just four minutes. As has been the case so often this season, instrumental midfielder Emiliano Vecchio was the architect of his side’s flying start, catching Milovan Mirosevic in possession high up the pitch before charging between three players and steering his shot past Cristopher Toselli.

Católica had several opportunities to level, with José Luis Muñoz and Álvaro Ramos most wasteful in front of Justo Villar, but the Paraguayan keeper refused to be beaten until he was forced off through injury after half an hour.

His replacement, Álvaro Salazar, lasted just three minutes against the Católica onslaught but there was little he could do to prevent striker Ramiro Costa meeting Ramos’ “Chilena” cross with an unstoppable header.

The equalizer awoke the home side from its slumber, and within a minute it was back in front thanks to a stinging volley from Felipe Flores. However, the visitors weren’t to be swept aside so easily and were back on level terms three minutes later when Muñóz fired past Salazar at his near post.

As Astudillo had mentioned, Católica’s domination eased after Costa’s red card just before half time and the second half saw Toselli called into action by Jaime Valdés and Emiliano Vecchio, but both saw their efforts diverted wide by the Chile international.

After the match, Tapia was relatively indifferent about both his side’s performance and the result, perhaps still content with wrapping up his Colo Colo’s first league title since 2009 with two matches to spare.

“Unfortunately we couldn’t take all three points today. We wanted to do it for the fans but in the end didn’t manage it,” he said. “We aimed to take six points from our last two matches but that hasn’t happened and now we’ll prepare for the last match against Ñublense.”

However, his side’s failure to win meant it will miss out on a spot in the Supercopa that will be played between Católica and O’Higgins, the two teams that have the highest combined points total over the 2013-14 Apertura and Clausura — Católica’s impressive points tally also means it has secured qualification for the 2014 Copa Sudamericana.

Unión Española 1-3 O’Higgins

“Los Rojos” goalkeeper Diego Sánchez had a day to forget Saturday, gifting O’Higgins two goals on its way to a 3-1 win over the home side.

Both teams started brightly, playing open, attacking football and zipping the ball across the turf from end to end at Estadio Santa Laura. However, it was O’Higgins that found the net first through striker Diego Chaves, who met Luis Figueroa’s cross on the full with a smart finish after 10 minutes.

Perhaps an off-day was long-overdue for Sánchez, who had enjoyed an almost faultless campaign so far this season between the posts for Española until Saturday. Seven minutes into the second half, he was guilty of roaming too far in anticipating defender Yerson Opazo’s cross, and was left backpedalling when the ball arrived on his goal line — cruelly, he couldn’t prevent it rolling over the line and handing O’Higgins its second of the match.

The home side rallied, and had striker Carlos Salom’s strike wrongly chalked off for offside before striker Gustavo Canales pulled a goal back from the penalty spot with 20 minutes remaining.

Sánchez, usually so reliable, was at fault again as Braulio Leal secured victory for the visitors in the 78th minute. Misreading the midfielder’s long-range strike, he let the ball slide underneath him before slapping the ground with both hands in frustration.

Neither side is eligible for a 2014 Copa Sudamericana playoff spot, having already competed in the Copa Libertadores this season. Unión Española was the only Chilean side to progress from the group stages and face Argentine outfit Arsenal in the quarter final first leg this Thursday.

Unión La Calera 0-6 Huachipato

Huachipato bounced back from its midweek Copa Chile disappointment and continued its meteoric rise up the league table Saturday, putting six past Unión La Calera away from home.

Since the team from Talcahuano’s 7-1 humiliation at the hands of Universidad Católica in mid-February, Huachipato has lost just one of its last nine matches — a run that has seen it surge from the foot of the table to sixth place.

As runner-up in the Copa Chile to already-qualified Iquique, Huachipato has a spot in this year’s Copa Sudamericana regardless of its final position in the league. However, fine recent form was essential in banishing the possibility of relegation for Huachipato after its paltry points collection in the Apertura.

The league’s top scorer David Llanos opened the scoring after four minutes with a close-range header, poked in just before halftime and rounded off his side’s goals ten minutes from time to complete his hat-trick — the remaining goals came from Felipe Reynero, José Contreras and Francisco Arrué as the away side romped to a six-goal victory.

Unión La Calera has fared well against the league’s top teams in recent weeks — beating Universidad de Chile and Unión Española before drawing with O’Higgins — but a confident Huachipato side proved too much for the hosts battling against relegation.

La Calera currently sits outside the bottom two — consigned to automatic relegation — on goal difference but is level on points with Everton. Despite being embroiled in the relegation scrap, if La Calera beats Universidad Católica next week it could even qualify for the 2014 Copa Sudamericana — Néstor Craviotto’s men should need no extra motivation in such a season-defining game.

Rangers 0-2 Audax Italiano

A must-win game for both sides Saturday ended in victory for Audax Italiano, meaning Rangers will play next season in Primera B.

Second half goals from Bryan Carrasco and Felipe Mora condemned Rangers to relegation and propelled their side to the brink of safety, although Audax will want to beat Palestino next week to be sure of retaining its Primera División status.

Rangers fans suffered mixed emotions after the match — some were visibly devastated in the stands, while others attempted to take their anger out on the players, invading the pitch and trying to attack them.

Manager Jorge Garcés was deeply disappointed with the result and his side’s relegation, and expressed his sorrow for the fans.

“It’s a difficult moment for everyone,” he said. “I feel a deep pain for the fans, especially for the seven or eight thousand that were here with us today.”

Palestino 0-1 Deportes Iquique

A fine César Pinares strike was enough to secure a narrow victory for Iquique Saturday over Palestino.

Iquique showed the strength of character associated with its community in the north in recent weeks, hanging onto its lead despite playing forty minutes with 10 men after Manuel Villalobos was harshly shown a second yellow card.

Palestino has already qualified for the Clausura playoffs, in which it will compete for a spot in the 2014 Copa Sudamericana. Iquique has already qualified for the continental competition, having come runner-up in last season’s playoff.

Universidad Concepción 1-0 Universidad de Chile
“La U’s” dismal season reached a new low Saturday as the team conceded defeat and three red cards on the road to Universidad Concepción, who in turn confirmed a playoff spot for Copa Sudamericana qualification.

The result is Universidad de Chile’s fourth straight loss in the league and similar poor form saw the side fail to advance from the group stages of the Copa Libertadores earlier this month. Interim manager Cristián Romero has little chance of making the shortlist for the club’s head coach next season, as the board attempts to reverse the fortunes of a rapidly fading footballing powerhouse.

Midfielder Sebastián Martínez and defender Igor Lichnovsky were expelled for second yellows in the 41st and 71st minutes respectively, while midfielder Juan Rojas took an early shower midway through the second half after a straight red for a studs up challenge.

Concepción was the more threatening of the sides throughout the match, striking the woodwork in both halves before striker Pedro Muñoz’s 60th minute header allowed fans to dream of international club soccer coming to Estadio Alcaldesa Ester Roa.

Cobreloa 0-1 Antofagasta

Cobreloa was narrowly overcome at home against Antofagasta on Sunday, despite the visitors finishing the match with 10 men on the pitch. Both teams remain in contention for play-off soccer, though Cobreloa needs other results to go its way.

The Desert Foxes were limited to long range efforts in the opening exchanges, before going behind courtesy of a header from Javier Elizondo in the 33rd minute. Poor marking and sluggish goalkeeping should take nothing away from the Argentine striker’s precise finish into the bottom left.

The woodwork and a show-stopping save from Jorge Broun maintained Antofagasta’s slim advantage, and resolute defending in the final 15 minutes confirmed the win for the traveling side after forward Richard Olivares was shown a second yellow for a rash challenge on Cobreloa midfielder Cristian Gaitán.

Everton 1-1 Ñublense

Everton came from behind to draw 1-1 with Ñublense at Estadio Santa Laura on Sunday, clinching a precious point as the team from Viña del Mar battles to avoid the drop to the second division.

Striker Sebastián Varas’ beautifully taken semi-volley put the visitors in front early on the in the second half, before forward Camilo Ponce snatched the draw from an acute angle on the hour mark.

Everton faces the daunting prospect of a Huachipato team in astonishing free scoring form in its crucial final match of the season.

Clausura Upcoming Fixtures:

** Week 16 still in action at time of press — a review of Monday’s fixture will feature on April 28’s soccer roundup **

April 21, 7 p.m.: Santiago Wanderers vs. Cobresal
April 26, 2:30 p.m.: Huachipato vs. Everton
April 26, 2:30 p.m.: Antofagasta vs. Santiago Wanderers
April 26, 2:30 p.m.: Universidad Católica vs. Unión La Calera
April 26, 2:30 p.m.: Audax Italiano vs. Palestino
April 26, 4:30 p.m.: Deportes Iquique vs. Universidad Concepción
April 26, 7 p.m.: O’Higgins vs. Rangers
April 27, 2 p.m.: Cobresal vs. Unión Española
April 27, 2:30 p.m.: Ñublense vs. Colo Colo
April 27, 5 p.m.: Universidad de Chile vs. Cobreloa
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Chile Primera Division Wrap: Relegation battle continues

Huachipato continued their fine form in the Chile Primera Division while dealing Union La Calera´s survival chances a huge blow.

Mario Salas´ Huachipato extended their unbeaten league run to six matches with a resounding 6-0 win over Union La Calera at the Estadio Municipal Nicolas Chahuan Nazar.

The run has lifted Huachipato, who had a dreadful Apertura campaign, clear of the relegation zone and into sixth in the Clausura.

Union La Calera are only outside the bottom two in the aggregate table on goal difference, despite the six-goal hammering, ahead of the final matchday of the season.

David Llanos headed in a fifth-minute opener for visiting Huachipato before their lead was doubled soon after.

Felipe Reynero netted a scrappy second before Jose Contreras´ smart header looped over goalkeeper Juan Ojeda to make it 3-0.

Llanos tapped in a cutback moments before the break to make it 4-0 at half-time.

The fifth goal, on 71 minutes, came via Francisco Arrue from the penalty spot before Llanos completed his hat-trick.

Rangers´ relegation was confirmed after a 2-0 loss to fellow strugglers Audax Italiano.

Audax Italiano are a point clear of second bottom Everton, who came from behind to take a point in a 1-1 draw at home to Nublense.

Sebastian Varas opened the scoring early in the second half before Carlos Ponce levelled on the hour-mark.

Santiago Wanderers are safe after overcoming Cobresal 2-0 thanks to two late goals.

Clausura champions Colo Colo gave up two leads as they were held to a 2-2 draw by second-placed Universidad Catolica and O´Higgins were 3-1 winners at Union Espanola.

Elsewhere, Deportes Iquique claimed a 1-0 win at Palestino, Universidad Concepcion overcame a Universidad Chile side that finished with eight men 1-0 and Antofagasta edged Cobreloa 1-0.


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


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Paraguay Division Profesional Wrap: Libertad stay top with big win

League leaders Libertad were big winners in a round of crushing results in Paraguay´s Division Profesional over the weekend.

Libertad blitzed ninth-placed General Diaz 5-0 rout at the Estadio Dr Nicolas Leoz on Sunday, while Cerro Porteno humiliated Deportivo Capiata 7-0 and Guarani routed Sol de America 4-0.

Pedro Sarabia´s Libertad (+20 goal difference) move to 26 points after 10 games, six clear of nearest rivals Guarani (+10).

Libertad were unbeaten in 10 games prior to kick-off and set off to extending that run in the 43rd minute, when Rodrigo Lopez converted a penalty.

The home side lifted a gear after the half-time interval, scoring two goals in five minutes to seemingly put the result beyond.

Jorge Moreira and Nelson Romero were on target during that period before Claudio Vargas made it 4-0 with 19 minutes remaining.

The demolition was complete during injury-time thanks to Gustavo Gomez´s late goal - the defender´s second in as many games.

Second-placed Guarani also enjoyed a resounding victory thanks to a three-goal second-half blitz at the Estadio Luis Alfonso Giagni on Sunday

Guarani opened the scoring on 18 minutes courtesy of Sergio Mendoza before Jorge Benitez, Ivan Gonzalez and Fernando Fernandez struck after the break in a masterclass from the visiting team.

At the Estadio General Pablo Rojas on Monday, striker Guillermo Beltran scored four goals as Cerro Porteno ran riot at home to 10th-placed Deportivo Capiata.

Angel Romero also bagged a brace in the one-sided affair, while Oscar Romero scored a goal of his own.

In other results, Olimpia leapfrogged Nacional Asuncion into third position in the standings after running out 2-0 winners.

Jorge Ortega scored twice as Rubio Nu accounted for second-bottom 12 de Octubre 3-0, while cellar dwellers 3 de Febrero lost 2-0 at home to Sportivo Luqueno.


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


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Uruguay Primera Division Wrap: Penarol stay top

Defending champions Penarol retained top spot in Uruguay´s Primera Division with a narrow win over rivals Fenix on Monday.

Penarol saw off Fenix thanks to Luis Aguiar´s first-half strike at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo.

Jorge Orosman da Silva´s men (23 points) remain one point clear in the standings after 11 games, while Fenix (18 points) drop to fourth after back-to-back defeats.

Only two points separated the teams before kick-off but the visitors extended that buffer after taking the lead on the stroke of half time.

Aguiar found the back of the net in the second minute of added time for his second goal in as many games, which was enough for victory.

Wanderers, however, are still hot on Penarol´s tail after claiming a routine 3-1 win at eighth-placed Rentistas on Sunday.

The visiting side went ahead in the sixth minute courtesy of Mauricio Gomez´s thunderous free-kick on the edge of the box at the Complejo Deportivo.

Wanderers doubled their lead just seconds later after Sergio Blanco headed the ball over Rentistas´ goalkeeper from close range.

The veteran attacker put the result beyond doubt on 77 minutes via the penalty spot, though Erick Cabaco netted a consolation goal for the home side with one minute of regulation time remaining.

Alfredo Arias´ Wanderers have collected 22 points from 11 rounds, one more than third-placed Danubio, who overcame Racing 2-1 in a thrilling match.

As for Rentistas, they drop one position in the table after Defensor Sporting came from two goals down to earn a 3-3 draw at third-bottom El Tanque Sisley.

In other results, former Uruguay international Alvaro Recoba was on the scoresheet as in-form Nacional eased past lowly Cerro Largo 3-0.

Two goals in the final nine minutes from Nestor Silva and Rodrigo Viega lifted Juventud to a 2-0 triumph at home to Liverpool.

Sud America returned to winning ways against River Plate, winning 2-1 at the Estadio Municipal Casto Martinez Laguarda.

Meanwhile, basement club Miramar Misiones slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Cerro.


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


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Gremio with one or two Copa Libertadores injury concerns

Gremio have a couple of injury doubts ahead of their Copa Libertadores second round fixtures with Argentine champions San Lorenzo, the first leg of which is on Wednesday in their opponent´s home fixture.

The Brazilian sde are set to be without the services of Rhodolfo and Wendell, the former´s thigh injury not expected to keep him out for an extended period of time. Indeed, defender Rhodolfo has become a vital player for the team from Porto Alegre after they finished as runnners up to Cruzeiro in last season´s Brasileirao.

Goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe is expected to be fit after passing a medical test on his left thigh, as Gremio look for a first Libertadores title since 1995, and a third in their history.

In between the San Lorenzo games, they must try to bounce back from an opening day league defeat to Atletico Paranaense whwn hosting Atletico Mineiro on Sunday evening.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


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Olimpo venderá entradas para hinchas "neutrales" ante River

BUENOS AIRES -- El presidente de Olimpo, Alfredo Dagna, afirmó el martes que en el partido del domingo ante River habrá unos cuatro mil hinchas "neutrales" porque tienen la necesidad de "recaudar unos manguitos más".

Consciente de que en el fútbol argentino está vedado el ingreso de los hinchas visitantes, relativizó el hecho de que infringirán esa norma al comentar que "los no socios de Olimpo" que irán a la cancha son "gente común que quiere ver un espectáculo".

Según dijo Dagna, el sábado se pondrán a la venta "entre 3.500 y 4.000 populares y 300 plateas" para los "neutrales".

El titular del club bahiense remarcó que para los clubes argentinos "es un perjuicio económico" que no puedan ir los hinchas visitantes y dijo que "cada vez" que abre la cancha para un partido, Olimpo pierde "ochenta mil pesos".

"Tenemos la posibilidad de poder recaudar unos manguitos más para paliar la delicada situación financiera de los clubes, es una cosa absolutamente lógica", añadió Dagna al hablar por televisión.

A su vez, dio por descontado que "no va a haber ningún tipo de problema" en cuanto a la seguridad.
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Pedro Troglio, DT de Gimnasia líder: "La ilusión está y lo intentaremos"

LA PLATA -- De repente Gimnasia y Esgrima quedó a las puertas del título de liga que se le negó en todo el profesionalismo y ante ello el técnico Pedro Troglio avisó que irá por el logro que les quita el sueño a los hinchas del Lobo.

"La ilusión está y lo intentaremos. Como siempre lo hicimos, vamos por todo en un torneo difícil donde no hay un rival sino ocho equipos en pocos puntos", sostuvo Troglio tras el entrenamiento matutino en Estancia Chica, el bunker de Gimnasia.

El Lobo fue campeón en 1929, en el amateurismo, y en el 94 ganó la Copa Centenario, pero los hinchas tienen la espina clavada por la derrota en el último partido del Clausura 95 ante Independiente, perdiendo el título a manos de San Lorenzo.

"Cuando Gimnasia sea campeón ojalá el técnico sea yo", jugó Troglio en un reportaje por en un canal deportivo.

El entrenador les dio todo el crédito a los futbolistas, a quienes les pidió tranquilidad para afrontar las difíciles cuatro fechas que se le vienen encima.

"Este equipo se formó en la necesidad cuando Gimnasia se estaba por ir a la B Metropolitana", recordó el técnico, quien lo devolvió a Primera División un año atrás.

De cara a lo que viene, Troglio dijo que ante Argentinos Juniors, que está al borde del descenso, "será un partido dificilísimo" por lo que se juega.

"Tiene un equipo muy rápido y un gran entrenador", sostuvo sobre el adversario y lamentó que Argentinos atraviese tan difícil momento.
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Lanús: Goltz jugará ante Santos Laguna

BUENOS AIRES -- Refuerzo de lujo para el Lanús de Guillermo Barros Schelotto. Para el partido de vuelta de los octavos de final de la Copa Libertadores, estará a disposición Paolo Goltz, ya recuperado de un desgarro.

El zaguero central volverá al equipo titular, luego de dos semanas de inactividad y ocupará la zaga central junto a Carlos Izquierdoz, ausente también en el partido de ida por estar suspendido.

El plantel partió hacia México en la noche del lunes, luego de una serie de entrenamientos que ultimaron detalles de cara al partido a disputarse en la madrugada argentina del día jueves.

Cabe recordar que aún está suspendido Santiago Silva, expulsado en el partido ante O´Higgins. Además, no formaron parte de la delegación Lucas Melano y Jorge Ortiz (lesionados) y Jorge Pereyra Díaz (con posibilidades de ser transferido).

El probable equipo para enfrentar a Santos Laguna es: Agustín Marchesín; Carlos Araujo, Paolo Goltz, Carlos Izquierdoz, Maxi Velázquez; Diego González, Leandro Somoza, Víctor Ayala; Marcos Astina, Ismael Blanco y Lautaro Acosta.

Además, completaron la delegación: Esteban Andrada; Matías Martínez, Lucas Monteseirín, Alejandro Sila, Fernando Barrientos, Jorge Valdez Chamorro, Oscar Benítez e Ignacio Baillone.

Lanús visitará a Santos Laguna desde las 00:10 hs. del jueves, con el arbitraje del uruguayo Darío Ubrianco. Cabe recordar que el "Granate" sólo ganó uno de sus cuatro partidos jugados como visitante en la actual Copa Libertadores (ante Caracas por el repechaje).
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