The Corrientes team is debuting its new stadium as we speak against Ferro Carril Oeste.
The Corrientes team had been set to debut the new field against Argentinos Juniors on October 7th, yet had to delay the presentation of it due to a massive food intoxication within the Argentinos roster at that time. The game was suspended before starting, and is yet to be rescheduled.
Boca Unidos in the meanwhile had been meandering between stadiums to play its home games, mostly at the Huracán Corrientes field, once a Primera División stadium. But tense relationships between the Boca Unidos board and the trust fund in charge of Huracan Corrientes precipitated the move.
Nowadays, the Boca Unidos stadium is in the first stage of building, yet can allocate 9000 fans in, and will continue to be developed in the future. The original plans for the stadium are shown as follows:
Regarding the game
Boca’s manager, Carlos Trullet has decided on several tests for the upcoming game: bringing back the youth player Marcelo Ortiz after the injury suffered in Mataderos, replacing Emanuel Olivera. In the middle, after Santiago Raymonda’s and Gonzalo Rios’s injuries, Diego Armando Barrado and Lucas Oviedo will be brought in. Initial reports were that Emanuel Dening would be playing that position in the middle, but Trullet decided otherwise.
With five games to go, Boca Unidos has 19 points, fourth in its group and set for direct promotion if they should manage to keep their place in the table.
On a whole different plain, Ferro, on a shabby campaign after Marini- Medero’s departure and into the Pepe Romero campaign, shows a somehow improved performance but lies away from the top positions gaining only 9 points, and with only one victory 11 games into the season.
Featured photo courtesy of CorrientesHoy.com
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