Vélez, from the bad results to the leadership dispute

From illusion to frustration there are few steps. And the Vélez fans seem to have covered them all. Because the arrival of Ricardo Gareca to the fortinero bank turned on a light of hope in Liniers during the first games but the team’s performance declined and it has not been a victory for eight games. That bad football moment also moved to the managerial aspect since some groups collected signatures in order to advance the elections.

As reported by the organization “Primero Vélez” -which brings together different opposition groups- the collection of signatures reached the number necessary by statute to convene an Extraordinary Assembly and in the course of this week they will formally present the request to the Board of Directors led by Sergio Rapisarda so that it can be carried out within the next 30 days. Once this is done, the clusters They will ask for the resignation of the current commission and will demand that the elections be brought forwardscheduled for November of this year.

Meanwhile, the current fortinera leadership pointed against the opposition initiative, considering it “puts the club’s democracy at risk.” Of course, he did not clarify how he will act accordingly with the request for an Extraordinary Assembly.

Gareca wants to fight her

After the draw with Central -and with an eye on the match against Racing- Gareca, who does not intend to leave his position at the club and wants to stay “to fight it”, despite the bad campaign that the team is displaying in the tournament of the Professional Soccer League (LPF).

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“I want to stay and fight her. I don’t set deadlines” expressed the 65-year-old coach from Buenos Aires, after the goalless draw with Rosario Central, for the 16th.

Gareca, who took the lead in a match with Platense (1-1) last March, made self-criticism and claimed “not to be outside of all this.” “They brought us to give solutions and we are not giving them,” said the former DT of the Peru team.

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