This time it was anything but a photograph with a firearm, an auto collision or a battle in a bowling alley. Since touching base in Mexico in the year, Ricardo Centurión’s extra-soccer life did not include some other outrage. Be that as it may, the previous Boca y Racing wheel was associated with an extraordinary discussion: the Mexican press says that the Argentine, who was not even in the bank in the last two games, was the fundamental trigger for the striking flight of mentor Alfonso Sosa of the San Luis de Potosí Athletic Club.
What befell Ricky? After a decent start where he began in four of the initial seven rounds of the period (in the other three he was substitute and consistently entered), at the eighth match Sosa chose to leave him in the bank for an hour and a half (1-0 win over the Morelia). At that point there were two additional games, before Pachuca and Potros, in which he neither legitimately showed up among the concentrates.
As indicated by the Mexican TUDN media, club president Alberto Marrero addressed Sosa that he has not utilized Centu. Furthermore, the press claims that the pioneer’s establishment was that it was one of the fortifications of the group and that he earned “$ 200,000 every month.” In this article it is said that the reaction of the DT was that the Argentine did not buckle down in preparing.
Given the refusal to utilize it, Marrero chose to toss Sosa, which is astounding because of the great season, with an ebb and flow undefeated five games.
San Luis de Potosí rose for the current year to Primera and is progressing in the Mexico Cup (tied a game and won two) and all around situated in the League (three successes, two draws and two misfortunes). Presently, before the takeoff of Sosa, his substitution will be the Uruguayan nationalized Argentine Gustavo Matosas, who shockingly left the specialized course of the Costa Rican national group with a surprising legitimization: “I didn’t feel that coordinating a choice would have been so exhausting.” The DT paid the leave statement and will sign with San Luis.