Newells: inferior to AFA, sunrises ganaron a more classic than canals

Central and Newell discuss the infamous AFA classics in the 10ª mark of the turnkey. The major categories hiking in Ciudad Deportiva are the most popular in Jorge Griffa Entertainment Center. Newell’s favoritism that gains the classics, against a triumph of Central and other empaths. One of the elos, the 6ª, with the help of hazaña for the channels that play the igualdad with three young footballers.

In the parties available in Ciudad Deportiva, Newell’s win the first two. In the 4th minute for 2 to 0 with goals by David Sotelo and Julián Contrera, points that in 5ª are scored 1 to 0 by the team of Juan Ignacio Tomadoni. Seconds that 6 igualaron 1 to 1. Joaquín Gómez Mattar marcó el tanto rojinegro in the first time, while Central sufrió the expulsion of three footballers, times that Franco Pelozo empathizes in the second time.

In the Center Griffin le fue mejor a Central. Igualaron 1 to 1 en 7ª division (Mateo Silvetti, olympic, anotó el tanto rojinegro mientras que Ignacio Moreno empató para los aurizules), en 8ª ganaron los canal 1s 1 a 0 con festival de Alvaro Correa mientras que el igltimo 0 to 0 and 9ª division

4th division – 9 hs in Ciudad Deportiva

Final: Central 0. Newell’s 2

The rojinegros goals were converted by David Sotelo and Julián Contrera

Rosario Central (1 to 11): Matías Nicolás Molina (2001), César Fabián Amarilla (2003), Lautaro Naim Figueroa (2002), Leonel Gastón Vergara (2001), Carlos Alberto Campos (2003), Guido Birse (2003), Octavio Agustín Rubarth (2003), Máximo Fabián Alcaraz (2003), Facundo Alarcón (2002), Tomás Ariel Ramírez (2003) and Ignacio Agustín Zappulla (2003).

Suplents: Damián Leandro Fernández (2003), Gonzalo Sánchez (2002), Thiago Alejandro Mast (2004), Pedro García (2003), Santiago Manuel Vergara (2003), Gaspar de Jesús Duarte (2003) and Agustín Módica (2003).

DT: Mario Paglialunga

Newell’s (1 al 11): Juan Ignacio Peralta (2003), Felipe Coronel (2001), Lautaro Camilo Izquierdo (2002), Eugenio Raggio (2001), Marcelo Oscar Esponda (2003), Tomás Alejandro Torres (2002), Julián Contrera ( 2003). David José Sotelo (2003), Jonatan Gabriel Palacio (2001), Joaquín Silvio Messi (2002) and Lisandro Sebastián Montenegro (2003).

Suplents: Bautista Burke (2002), Nahuel Alejandro Fonsfría (2002), Iván Martín Prefacio (2002), Fabricio Sartori Prieto (2002), Lisandro Pola (2003), Rom Albertn Alberto Bravo (2001) and Luciano Martín Centurión (2003).

DT: Rubén Rodríguez

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7th division – 9 hs at Jorge Griffa Training Center

Final: Newell’s 1 – Central 1

Diego Mateo’s team’s goal was scored by Mateo Silvetti, an Olympic medalist who scored for Ignacio Moreno against Alejandro Fernández Foca.

Newell’s (1 to 11): Francisco Fulgenzi Muñoz, Valentino Macaya Ferragutt, Felipe Calderone, Blas Benedetto, Lorenzo Viozzi, Alejo Comini, Gino Altomonte, Yosemir Iahn, Francisco Scarpeccio, Valentino Acuña and Mateo Silvetti.

Suplents: Valentín Fuhr, Jonatan López, Néstor Boretto, Alejo Torres, Gabriel Retamar, Uriel Eroza, Yamir Satam

DT: Diego Mateo

Rosario Central (1 to 11): Galo Vijande Cavacini, Luca Valentino Raffin, Tom Rains Raineri, Joaquín Yapura, Joaquín Espina, Leonardo Ríos, Juan Pablo Frías, Facundo Piozzi, Ignacio Moreno, Kevin Tomás Gutiérrez and Bautista Lan.

Suplents: Ezequiel Zapata, Lucio Klaric, Franco Gabriel Castorani, Santiago Lago, Mael Ignacio Maciá, Bruno Pasinato and Franco Gerlero.

DT: Alejandro Fernández Foca

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5th division – 11 hs in Ciudad Deportiva

Final: Central 0 – Newell’s 1

The goal was scored by Juan Ignacio Tomadoni

Rosario Central (1 to 11): Fausto Moresco Berardo, Valentino Mozzi, Leonardo Ezequiel Ruiz, Mateo González, Mateo Serra, Santiago Contreras, Cristian Ezequiel Bonesso, Gonzalo David Aguirre, Agustín Iván Milesi, Gustaváo Samuel.

Suplents: Axel Thiago Pace, Néstor Julián Rivero, Micael Tomás Cuesta Aquino, Lautaro Flores, Lautaro Gabriel Zárate, Kevin Yoel Barrera and Gonzalo Javier González.

DT: Fernando Lanzidei

Newell’s (1 to 11): Juan Francisco Piris; Juan Cruz Sabransky, Lucio Carranza Belcastro, Lucas Mihovilcevich, Thiago Ferraro, Ulises Echevarría, Matías Cuevas, Mateo Ramos, Francisco Plaza Molina, Fabricio Salas and Juan Ignacio Tomadoni.

Suplents: Juan Ignacio Margaria, Diego Mendoza, Ignacio Canteros, Gabriel Bonifazio, Fabricio Tirado, Julián Aquino and Misael Jaime.

DT: Sergio Barbieri

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8th Division – 11 hs at Jorge Griffa Training Center

Final: Newell’s 0 – Central 1

The goal was scored by Alvaro Correa

Newell’s (1 to 11) Jeremias Robledo Acosta, Thiago Ruiz, Ramiro Gómez Araya, Ignacio Lesati, Braico Peralta, Nicolás Arroyo, Daniel Tutolomondo, Julián Ruiz Pérez, Martín Palma, Facundo Guch and Andrew Keiner Pereira Quiroz.

Suplents: Ramiro Farr, Máximo Chaparro, Bruno Rodríguez, Tiziano Zunini, Leonel Becerra, Rom Agn Agustín Díaz and Alvaro Araujo.

DT: Rolando Barrera

Rosario Central (1 to 11): Joaquín Mochetti, Marco Antonio Vicente, Alvaro Correa, Elías Verón, Nahuel Arce, Ignacio Ovando, Giovanni Cantizano, Esteban Maidana Amarilla, Tomás Parodi, Luis Santiago Segovia and Bruno De Deugd.

Suplents: Leonardo Sosa Ruiz, Felipe Bruno Juárez, Santiago Enrique, Leonel Antúnez, Valentín Becerra, Thiago Monzón and Santiago Calvo.

DT: Matías Lequi

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6th division – 13 hs in Ciudad Deportiva

Central 1 – Newell’s 1

For the first time Joaquín Gómez Mattar anotó para Newell’s. In the first half of the channels, the expulsion of three footballers (Nahuel Marnini, Tiago Muller and Lucas Ramos López suffers.

Rosario Central (Titles 1 to 11): Ramiro Giannone, Máximo Gutiérrez, Facundo Cardozo Lacoste, Lorenzo Fernández, Lucas Ramos López, Diego Rodríguez, Tomás Salteño, Tiago Muller, Franco Fagundez, Nahuel Marnini and Franco Peloz.

Suplents: Rodrigo Astore, Alexis Arraigada, Ignacio Perussia, Mateo Escamez, Tomás Lavezzi, Santiago Arduino and Thiago Ponce.

DT: Javier García

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Newell’s (Titles 1 to 11): Francisco Sciarini, Mateo Giordanengo, Rubén Gauto, Matías Palacio, Facundo Basualdo, Lucas Baños, Franco Enrique Fernández, Felipe Frazzi, Joaquín Gómez Mattar, Pablo Altamirano and Jerónimo Russo.

Supplements: Ciro Thompson; Máximo Bustos, Alan Mereles Vivas, Valentino Torrente, Santino Duarte, Lucio Casareto and Thiago Gigena Ruiz.

DT: Rodolfo Aquino

9th division -12.50 hs at Jorge Griffa Training Center

Newell’s 0 – Central 0

Newell’s (1 to 11)

Brian Ybarrola Medina, Santiago Díaz, Franco Sosa, Salvador Fernández Perri, Jerónimo Gómez Mattar, Bruno Cortese, Brandon Mendoza, Agustín Díaz, Ignacio Liberato, 10- Morales y Mateo Ozuna.

Suplents: Juan Ignacio Yacob, Santino Pérez Ortiz, Valentín Marinelli, Santino Burgio, Valentín Isla, Miqueas Salinas, Matías Barreto

DT: Lucas Saraceni

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Rosario Central (1 to 11): Jeremias Ríos, Axel Ludueña, Andy Builles, Antonio Ortega Rinaldi, Facundo Velasco Zavalla, Vicente Pendino, Bautista Cantero, Franco García, Valentino Felici, Tomás Stagnari and Ramiro Barrientos.

Suplents: Antonio Cena, Santiago Marinelli, Joaquín Ramírez Murúa, Juan Guzmán, Lionel Scocco, Pedro Racciati and Gino Pavoni.

DT: Jorge Díaz.

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Newell’s transmits’s matches from 7ª and 8ª. Central only has to plan by streaming the full day through the wand that affects the area.

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