Mourning at San Lorenzo: the coach of the Fourth Division died at the age of 52

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It was a very sad Thursday morning Saint Lawrence. The harsh news shook the Boedo club and left everyone dismayed. Cristiano Gomezcoach of the Fourth Division, passed away due to a serious illness.

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Gómez was 52 years old and one of the closest and trusted men to him Fernando Beronethe coordinator of the Lower Cyclone, who made an exciting post.

“You left me Cristian, friend and companion of many battles. I want to remember you like this, as in this photo, always together. I love you so much. Until we see each other again”Berón wrote on his Instagram account along with a photo of him sitting next to his friend.

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The official San Lorenzo account posted: “It is a day in San Lorenzo of deep sorrow for the death of Cristian Gómez, coach of the Fourth Division. An excellent coach, he was 52 years old and was much loved by the Club. In this difficult moment, we embrace his family and friends.”

In turn, from Independiente they also made a heartfelt publication since Gómez worked there alongside Berón. “We are deeply saddened by the death of Cristian Gómez, who was a coach of our Juveniles and well remembered by the boys and colleagues at the Club. We send a big hug to his family and friends at this difficult time”reported by the Rojo de Avellaneda.

Cristian Gómez had also played in the Inferiors of Boca, Vélez, Argentinos Juniors and Acassuso. And he had accompanied Berón in his internships in Primera both at Independiente and at the Cyclone.

The sad day received a caress when the doctor reappeared in the Sports City Juan Carlos Rodofile. The campus medical historian has been absent for some time due to ill health. ‘Rodo’ was able to stop by to say hello, which was nice Ruben Dario Insua and all players. There was banter and a group photo to capture the good time in the middle of a difficult day.

Source: Clarin

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