Does Carlos Tevez always have to be a starter? The analysis of Mariano Closs and the great team of FOOTBALL 12 after the classification of Boca Juniors


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Does Carlos Tevez always have to be a starter?  The analysis of Mariano Closs and the great team of FOOTBALL 12 after the classification of Boca Juniors

Boca Juniors had a great task in the Bombonera and clearly defeated The Strongest to ensure the classification to the knockout stages of CONMEBOL Libertadores. However, Carlos Tevez did not have the best game of the semester with the Xeneize jacket, which led to the debate in FOOTBALL 12, with Mariano Closs and a great team, on the ownership of the emblem of the set of Michelangelo Russo.

The host of the program gave his vision of the task of the captain of the Ribera team and pointed out that he saw it tactically well and given the possible arrival of players with a more center-forward profile, the question arose as to whether Boca’s 10 should be a starter with possible reinforcements or not.

With disparate visions on the panel, Leo Gabes affirmed that “Tevez should always be a starter”, while Leo Paradizo He opined that the experienced attacker “is not having his best moment.”

On the other hand, the chance that Darío Benedetto, one of the last 9 who was successful in the club, will return to Xeneize was mentioned, which was revealed may be something very feasible if a barter occurs with Olympique de Marseille that would include Cristian Pavón. However, the contract that must be offered to the current player of the French cast will have to be one of the highest in Argentine football.

In addition, with the classification to the round of 16 consummated by Boca Juniors and River Plate, a spicy debate arose with the comparison between the suffered passage of the Millionaire and the somewhat loose achieved by those of Russo.


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