The former Atlanta man signed for the Isidro Casanova team.
After a heinous season in the Villa Crespo where the Bohemio team ended second to last in its worst campaign ever, Sebastián “Cebolla” Sciorilli has signed for Almirante Brown after having been released six months after having been signed in hopes of setting the record straight.
Sciorilli, who has come out of the River Plate youth teams, has played for the River Plate professional team, Colón (Santa Fé), Chacarita (while in Primera División, in the 2009-2010 seasons), Independiente Rivadavia (Mendoza), America Futbol Clube (Brazil), CSKA Sofia (Bulgaria) and Chile’s Rangers, where he had been playing since 2013.
The news of Sciorilli’s signing comes as the first foray of movement in Isidro Casanova, after some names in the roster having been released such as Marcelo Tinari, Lucas Ferreiro, Enzo Herrera and Julio Ledesma. The Almirante Brown pre-season will take place in the Club’s training center between January 5-17th, and from the 19-28th in Gabriel Calderon’s training ground in Moreno.