The changes that coach Juan Real would make in to face Delfín

The changes that coach Juan Real would make in to face Delfín
The changes that coach Juan Real would make in Belgrano to face Delfín

Juan Cruz Real knows the importance for of the match on Thursday the 9th at 7pm at the Kempes against Delfín of Ecuador for the fourth round of the Copa de Sudamericana in Group C. Because this game could leave the Cordobans in the prelude to the move on to the next phase of the tournament.

For this reason, and even though on Sunday the 12th they will be facing for the start of the League Tournament at the Gigante de Alberdi, the coach’s idea is to put the best he has to play against the Ecuadorians.

This Friday the team rested and on Saturday it returns to activity knowing that it will be more than difficult to find free days until next month, due to the agenda full of commitments that lie ahead (three for the Sudamericana and three for the tournament).

Regarding the team that beat Real Tomayapo 2 to 0 on the last date of the international tournament, the coach would have a couple of variants in the starting 11, according to what he tested in Thursday’s soccer rehearsal. The coach knows that he cannot count on Nicolás Meriano, suspended after his expulsion in Bolivia, but that he already has Matías Moreno at his disposal, physically recovered.

In this way, the variants that the DT analyzes are two, the obligatory one and a tactical one: Moreno for Meriano and Matías Marín for Matías García in the liaison function.

The better performance of the Chilean over that of “Caco” would tip the balance in favor of the trans-Andean, who in the complement in Bolivia played a good game and crowned it with Celeste’s second goal.

The formation that Real would place would be with: Nahuel Losdada; Mariano Troilo, Matías Moreno and Agustín Baldi; Juan Barinaga, Gerónimo Heredia, Esteban Rolón, Facundo Lencioni and Bryan Reyna; Matías Marín; Franco Jara.

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