I begin with? Tuca ?, who has been greatly diminished by not enjoying the millions he had when he was in Tigres.
Millions that the company (CEMEX) obviously provides and that translates into large hires.
In Tigres he always had a great team. Well, in Ju? Rez that does not exist and, apart from that, Bravos does not have the slightest trace of what could be called a? Team ?. Let us be clear: the money s? matters in soccer.
Although? Santos is a clear example that this is not entirely true, thanks to their fantastic youth team that saves them millions.
Ju? Rez came as a bearer check and left TSM as such.
Although they have a small trace of shame: while they were with 11, they made things very difficult for Santos, which he did not find? offensive solutions until the rival stayed? with one less, precisely because of a very ugly entry on Aguirre, which we hope does not have anything serious.
Bravos does not have the capacity to produce football, they cannot connect from midfield forward and much less have the capacity to generate dangerous plays.
But they defend themselves well, half heroic, and they manage to do something so that the rival does not have it so “peladita”. Good Brian Lozano on his return as a starter at TSM: committed, tireless, participatory. You just need to take a rhythm and that’s it. We will surely see him as in his best times.
I still miss not seeing Cervantes from the beginning, as he was the masterful duo with Gorriar? N. That is not why I detract from Ronaldo Prieto, who always delivers.
Bad vibes with Vald? S, who threw a tantrum when Almada took him out? of the field.
I can understand it, but those attitudes are not typical of a professional.
And let’s be clear:
Neither Borgetti, nor Pony, nor Vuoso, nor Adomaitis, nor Benjam? N Galindo, had those tantrums when they played, to name a few heavyweights from the glorious history of Santos.
Good for Almada in calling her attention, that cannot be allowed. Good for Alessio Da Cruz, that in his debut he scored? goal.
Faced with a team attempt like Bravos there was no other choice: had to win yes? you? and the Santos did it.
Is there a FIFA date coming up to help? the team to rethink what? must improve.
After the date FIFA touch? visit Tijuana on Friday, September 10, then comes the Leagues Cup against Seattle during the week and, after that, an encouraging panorama opens up: three home games against Puebla, Monterrey and Mazatl? n.