Beyond being a match for the fifth date of the championship, the two played it as if it were a final. With the knife between their teeth and a dog’s face, Deportivo Morón and Chacarita sparks were removed in a very spicy match. And nothing was missing: there were hot duels, controversies, an expulsion and a lot of dedication. Yes, in this cockfight, the one who got a big win was the Undertaker.
Parra scored Chaca’s goal for the win. Photo: Chacarita press
Little football was seen in the first half in the Nuevo Francisco Urbano. What remained were fights, tumults, confrontations, blows and endless fights. Everything got out of control after the penalty that Sebastián Zunino sanctioned -badly- for Chaca, after a touch of Alan Schonfeld on Facundo Parra. The 1-0 of the prodigal son of San Martín, who returned to the club after 12 years, was the final straw: the temperature rose in the stands and he quickly moved onto the pitchwhere the players were more concerned with winning handsomely than playing.
Before, el Gallo had taken the reins of the match with the aim of achieving the first victory of the tournament. He had the initiative and had possession of the ball. However, he lacked the lucidity to convert the situations he was able to create: neither Gastón González nor Lucas Angelini they hit the goal in the clearest chances.
Morón could not beat Funebrero. Photo: Morón press
in the plugincalm was also absent in the West. Aware of the need to add three, the local came out determined to go for the comeback. But, beyond a few shocks, he never managed to get dangerously close to Germán Salort’s goal. For its part, the visit tried to close well behind to avoid suffering in the last meters, although defender Alejandro Manchot’s red (unnecessary and childish) added a little more drama to the victory. Thus, Morón left between insults and whistles.
The weather on the Morón court. Photo: Morón press
Who will lead Chaca?
After the early departure of Federico Arias from Chacarita, the leadership continues to search for the next coach. Although Marcelo Venturelli achieved good results since his arrival as interim coach (victories against Flandria and Morón, and draw against Temperley)in the club they have their mind set on the arrival of another coach.
Venturelli will continue to lead the Funebrero? Photo: Chacarita press
Names? There are plenty, but there was no economic agreement. One of those who rang was Juan Manuel Llop, although now it was relegated. In turn, Gustavo Coleoni and the Orsi-Gómez duo were also on the radar. Now the focus is on Marcelo Vázquez (with chances to turn around Estudiantes RC) and Diego Pozo. We will see…