Eleven players have been separated from Platense’s first team due to poor performances.
The results of the season for Platense have been meagre so far, thus the board has decided to make a decision on the future of eleven players in the Calamar’s first team for the next tournament as Platense’s chances for promotion slip away.
The players separated have been Agustín Pérez, Agustín Cattaneo, Lucas Chieffo, Javier Carrasco, Leandro Kuszko, Diego Molina Fariña, Martín Peyrán, Facundo Quiroz, Sebastián Obregón, Damián Monsalvo y Darío Leguiza. Carrasco, Kuszko, Cattaneo and Peyran have been amongst the players hired for this season who have been singled out for poor performances after the departure of manager Sebastián Méndez and also of the chairman Pedro Vilariño from the Vicente Lopez team.
Platense are currently fourth from the bottom of the table, and with rumors looming through the week, and with Platense free this weekend, the plan according to Eduardo Greco, advisor to the Platense board, should be to reduce the roster for the next tournament (editorial note: to cut losses down, so to say).
Featured image: Javier Carrasco, upon his mid-year signing to Platense