Boca’s training week continued with the usual open-door tonic, after a hectic Monday much more outside the walls owned by Ezeiza than in the private sector, where concern was clear about the consecutive defeats against Banfield and Istituto and also to see who notices the football involution compared to the last championship that the team won in 2022. However, the DT Hugh Ibarra and clubs are aiming for the weekend match against Olimpo, for the Argentina Cup.
For that game, DT will not have available Bruno Valdez (interested in the selection of Paraguay), Luis Advincula (summoned in Peru) nor a Norberto Briasco (he traveled to reach Armenia) and the defeat against Cordoba, added to the bad performance of the last few dates, made him recalculate a match that in the previous one was designed for many of the young players and those surnames who didn’t have minutes of competition. Now how will it be?
With Javier Garcia Occupying goal as in any domestic competition outside the league, there will be two forced substitutions in defense but their substitutions may not be the usual. The bad game of Marcellus Weigandt he can lead Ibarra to try in that right sector with a central marker (Roncaglia or Aranda) and that’s it valentine or Roncaglia himself who takes the place of Valdez with whom to form the duo Nicholas Figal. On the left? Stupidity AND Valentine boat They could have minutes, despite Fabra alternating starts and substitutions in early 2023.
The midfield is about to be armed. Between Varela and Ezekiel Fernandez will be the central midfielder position. And on his side, Payero. The rest can be a place for Ramírez, Medina, Rolón, Óscar Romero and also become a source of evidence with Pol Fernández (whistling at the Bombonera) back in the starting eleven for the Chaco game.
The offensive game will emerge from what is put together in the middle of the field, where Langoni, Villa, Benedetto and Merentiel will compete for two places. Further back, Vázquez and Gonzalo Morales will be waiting for their chance. The Colombian striker, another of those targeted by Brandsen 805’s crowd, knows he has the coach’s conviction on his level but it’s time to prove it. And even for Pipa, who scored three goals in a final two weeks ago, he is under scrutiny much more for physical discomfort than for football.
After, the puzzle to be assembled will be another in this cycle of Ibarra. With the tension placed not only on the production of the team but on how different it showed itself from the slow-motion meeting that took place in front of the Institute. Although perhaps the evaluation has already been done and is just another attempt to get off the ground.
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