The pair, who come from Villa San Carlos, come as the first two incorporations for the upcoming season.
Pablo Miranda, 30 years old, has played as striker for Villa San Carlos (two spells at the club, 2001-2010, and 2014), Godoy Cruz (Primera División), Olimpo (Bahía Blanca, Primera División), and Brown de Adrogué (Primera B Metropolitana, 2013-2014).
Leonardo Morales is 27 years old, has played for Estudiantes de La Plata (Primera División), Arsenal (Sarandí, Primera División), Universidad de Sucre (Bolivia), Atlético Rafaela (Primera División), Textil Mandiyú (Argentino B), Villa Mitre (Bahía Blanca, Argentino A), and Villa San Carlos. He was part of the Argentine U20 team in 2007.
Both players come as Roque Alfaro’s first two bids to win a promotion that Platense have been unable to achieve the last two years to the Nacional B. He has been joined by former Platense player Pedro Bocca, who had been working along with Salvador “Gato” Daniele.
Featured photo courtesy of Prensa Club Atlético Platense