Diego Maradona Cup: the referees are in for the decisive date that may outline the finalists and there was a cease for Pitana

The AFA confirmed these designated for the fifth and final date of every zone. Discover out who runs Argentinos-Boca and River-Independiente.

The Skilled Soccer League confirmed this Wednesday morning the appointments of the judges for the ultimate date of the Diego Maradona Cup. So lThe matches of the fifth -and last- day of every zone of the Diego Maradona Cup through which the winners of the Champion Zones A and B, and the Complementation Zones A and B.

For the thrilling basic between River Plate, which comes from a weak efficiency by Copa Libertadores, and Independiente de Avellaneda, which has but to resolve the state of affairs with its coach Lucas Pusineri, the designated referee was Diego Abal. The match will likely be on the Banfield stadium on Saturday at 9.30pm.

For its half, Fernando Espinoza placeholder picture will likely be in control of the opposite last match: Argentinos Juniors – Boca Juniors. The match, additionally decisive in figuring out who would be the winner of Group A, will likely be on the similar time, however on the La Paternal stadium.

Within the appointment introduced by the Skilled Soccer League, it was additionally recognized that Nestor Pitana was stopped for this date because of his poor efficiency within the final match he needed to coach (Independiente – Arsenal).

The identical didn’t occur with Fernando Rapallini, referee of the final Superclásico, who will likely be directing the match between Banfield and San Lorenzo. El Taladro (chief in Group B) relies on himself to get into the grand last.

The complete designation for the decisive date:

17.10 Union – Board of Trustees, Andrés Merlos.

17.10 Lanús – Rosario Central, Pablo Echavarría.

19.20 Velez – Godoy Cruz, Facundo Tello.

19.20 Racing – Newell’s, Fernando Echenique.

21.30 River – Impartial, Diego Abal.

21.30 Argentines – Boca, Fernando Espinoza.

17.10 Protection and Justice – Aldosivi, Mauro Vigliano.

19.20 Arsenal – Hurricane, Nazareno Arasa.

21.30 Colon – Workshops, Darío Herrera.

21.30 Banfield – San Lorenzo, Fernando Rapallini.



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