It is no secret that the centenary is thought of. Sports University, looking at how the 2023 season ends, will need to renew the contract of its regular football players. There are preliminary polls on renewals and even other advanced ones, but where the need is there will be reinforcements for a more competitive squad. It should be crowned with a national championship. Additionally, the goal is to place as much as possible, depending on the international achievement they qualify for.
- Piero Quisbeil president of Tolares: “He is a great player, but we don’t have quotas”
In this context, Uruguay coach Jorge Fossati will decide which position to strengthen for the 2024 season. However, it is not unreasonable to think that the target could be one of those chosen to add competitiveness.
While the bow guards; Experienced Jose Carvalho, 37, shows validity and the competition helps the football development of Diego Romero, 21, opening up a healthy debate on whether to add more competition to a key position within the game’s program.
For now, “Flaco” announced that the rotation will remain in the position he defended during his time as a football player. Each date deals with one of the two. In Arequipa, Jose Carvalho was selected and the result: ‘U’ beat Melgar 1-0 in a preview of its 99th anniversary.
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This Saturday, at the Monumental Stadium, Diego Romero can settle under three sticks against Deportivo Pinacional. The Uruguayan coach has two last practices, whether to use it or not yet start the rotation of goalkeepers. “I’ve already talked to every one of them,” Flacco said when asked recently.
For now, the 21-year-old looks like a ‘1’, but we’ll have to wait for the final exercise to find out what defines ‘skinny’. Yes, when Diego Romero was requested, the goalkeeper did not clash in the game.
On the other hand, since Jorge Fossati took charge of the Creme team, he has chosen an unusual system of play: 3-5-2, which has given him results since his debut against Cienciano in the first round of the Copa Sudamericana.
Aldo Corzo, Williams Riveros and Matias Di Benedetto form the ‘U’s’ rearguard trio, with fireman Marco Saravia putting out the usual centre-backs before suspension or injury. Despite the ups and downs, the security meets expectations. It has been four dates (Unión Comercio, Alianza Lima, Carlos A. Mannucci and Melgar FBC) that ‘Flaco’s team has not conceded a goal in the finals.
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