Favio Orsi, coach of San Martín de Tucumán, confirmed that he tested positive for Covid-19 and showed his anger at the lack of awareness of the pandemic.
The province of Tucumán is not alien to what is experienced in the rest of the country by the coronavirus pandemic. While Mario Leito, president of Atlético Tucumán, assured that in his province “you could play a soccer game today,” the Dean reported that four members of the campus tested positive for Covid-19. And at the same time, in the opposite sidewalk too, in San Martín, there are also positive cases. And a lot of concern, of course.
Favio Orsi is the coach of San Martín de Tucumán and this Saturday he reported that he has coronavirus. But, in addition to confirming the news, he left a strong message on his Twitter account. “I am positive for Covid-19, they just confirmed it to me. Let’s be aware, and do not burn chinstraps; try to use them”, assured the coach.
A few days ago, the coach himself had also shown his anger at the burning of chinstraps. “My brother, my old woman and I are isolated, and in immense pain to have my old man on a ventilator in intensive care with the worst prognosis. There is no qualifying adjective that can describe so much evil !!!! They are disgusting!!!!”, public.
Meanwhile, in the mediation that San Martín had presented to declare the AFA Assembly of May 19 null, no agreement was reached and the possibility of judicial proceedings is opened to continue the battle for promotion to the First Division in the legal field. Thus, for this Wednesday, September 16, the hearing between the parties (the entity that presides Chiqui Tapia y los tucumanos) at the TAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport), in Lausanne (Switzerland).
Will the Santo tucumano in search of one of the promotion to the Professional League? Or will the AFA take the laurels? The second round is coming …