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At Newell’s, Taffarel analyzes what formation he will put in to play a lot against Central Córdoba

Newell’s I was coming back but fell on his face before Arsenal, the worst team in the championship, and again doubts reappeared in Independence Park. It will have to be replaced soon, because this same Wednesday must go to the field before a very tough opponent like Central Córdoba.

Leprosy rHe will receive from 17 (Fernando Espinoza arbitration) to the Railroad, which comes from beating Independiente, and there is speculation with several changes in the formation. Especially after Adrián’s statements Taffarel, who said that a rotation is coming.

On the defensive line Cristian Lema will continue to be marginalized due to an overload in the adductor, and it will be necessary to see if Diego Calcaterra follows or places Manuel Capasso or Franco Escobar.

And in the bow? Ramiro Macagno made a serious mistake that caused the second goal of the rival and that changed the conditions of the game and the DT reproached him in the conference. Perhaps Aguerre may have a chance.

In the midfield Nicolás Castro will probably return, who due to a blow to the thigh suffered in the Reserve lawsuit, could not say present at the Viaduct.

And the incognito by the situation of Maxi Rodríguez, who did not have minutes of action despite the fact that the team was losing and with Taffarel he does not have the prominence he wants either. Will he still be in the bank or will they give him a clue?

It will be a crucial match for Taffarel’s chances, who once again left doubts about his actions (and also because of his subsequent statements): a defeat could accelerate the search times for a new coach, a management that today has a Javier Sanguinetti and Pablo Lavallén as candidates.

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