Independiente: Stillitano promotes the son of Pascualito Rambert, scorer of the Reserve, to the First Division

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Under normal circumstances, due to the severe ligament injury of Thomas Pozzowhich will be between six and eight months away from activity, Independiente could incorporate a reinforcement. But since it is inhibited by FIFA Because of America’s debt, Mexico is not an option. And for this Leandro Stillitano has decided to promote Tomás Rambert to the First Divisionson of Pasqualito and current marker of the Reserve, to replace him.

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The Rambert surname is no longer one on the red side of Avellaneda. Sebastián Pascual left his mark in the 90s. small planethen player of Boca and River, he scored 25 goals in 64 games dressed in red and won the South American Super Cup against Boca 1994 (he scored the goals in the final: 1-1 at Bombonera and 1-0 in Double Visor to seal the title), won the Clausura ’94 and the Recopa Sudamericana in 1995.

The legacy seems to continue and now it’s the turn of his son, Tomás, who has distinguished himself in the Reserve. In the current tournament he has four goals. He is a left-footed winger, with good maneuverability even with his right foot, header and characteristics similar to those of his father. He can play behind the centre-forward.

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Sebastián Rambert was multiple champion with Rojo de Avellaneda.  Photo: Clarin Archive

Sebastián Rambert was multiple champion with Rojo de Avellaneda. Photo: Clarin Archive

Tomás joined the Inferior Reds in 2014 after taking his first steps at club Viejo Bueno Césped. He went through all the categories and worked his way up. From this Wednesday he trains in the First Division under the orders of a Stillitano whose continuity seems to depend on the result next Saturday, against Colón in the Libertadores de América-Ricardo Enrique Bochini.

Will he have a chance to play? It’s the idea. Of course they will take this 19-year-old youngster little by little, but they feel that he is ready to take the leap and have his first minutes in the top category so that he can have a professional touch. No contract yetalthough the president Fabián Doman has confirmed in the last hours that they will soon sign him to be officially linked to the institution in which his father has been able to shine.

Tomás knows the memory his father left, who works in the coaching staff of Daniel Garnero in Paraguayan football. Pascualito is in constant contact with his son and follows his career closely. The boy tries to make his way to Independiente, beyond his family past at the club.

Undoubtedly, little by little he will have the opportunity to start showing himself. El Rojo has a squad with many young players and, partly out of necessity and partly to promote its raw material, it gives way to the guys from the first team which today has names like Marquez, Hidalgo, Salle, Vallejo, among others .

Source: Clarin

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