The UC wants to add another consecutive victory against an O’Higgins who has a new coach

The UC wants to add another consecutive victory against an O’Higgins who has a new coach
The UC wants to add another consecutive victory against an O’Higgins who has a new coach

Within the framework of the twelfth day of the National Championship, Universidad Católica receives O’Higgins in a duel with opposing teams at the tournament.

The foothills are on the rise and have two wins in a row in his last commitments. In the previous days they beat Deportes Copiapó by the minimum and Spanish Union 2-1.

With 18 points, Tiago Nunes’ UC is installed in the fifth place, just three units from the podiumreceiving the encouragement of President Gabriel Boric, a declared “crusader” fan.

The Brazilian strategist in the preview highlighted the unity of the squad, whose confidence will ensure that the scoreboard does not move compared to the clash with the “Hispanics” the previous weekend.

In front is a “Capo de Provincia” who reached four duels in a row without winningwhich triggered the departure of coach Juan Manuel Azconzábal, especially after suffer a 5-0 home defeat at the hands of Audax Italiano.

After a few days as interim in charge of training, Víctor Fuentes, in charge of the Projection category, was ratified as the new DT for the rest of the year.

“Although we have only been there for a few days, the idea of ​​​​the game is becoming clear. We seek to propose, always be on top of the rival, not letting them play and being an uncomfortable team for the rivals. Basically those are the characteristics that we are looking for and that will be able to see the end of week,” he said in the presentation prior to his debut.

The commitment in Santa Laura will start at 5:30 p.m. this Saturday, May 11. You can follow it on the Cooperativa.cl Virtual Scoreboard and on the Cooperativa Deportes sign.

 
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