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Cauteruccio apologized and shot: “Soccer is joy”

This Tuesday, Aldosivi’s 2-0 victory over San Lorenzo left much more than a compilation of goals. It is that at 12 ‘of the complement, Néstor Ortigoza and Martín Cauteruccio (former colleagues in CASLA) held on ugly and they ended up, like Nicolás Fernández Mercau and Nahuel Barrios, expelled. There were insults, shoves and almost pineapples! in Mar del Plata.

Orti vs.  Cauteruccio.

Orti vs. Cauteruccio.

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However, hours later, Jaws’ own striker came out to apologize and he assured that it is not the example that footballers have to give.

“Regarding what happened last night, I apologize to my teammates, the club and all the fans who were enjoying the game. The situation got out of hand. As players we have to become aware of what our attitudes generate on the court and with violence nothing is solved. Soccer is joy and we have to enjoy it in peace! “, Said the former Cyclone man.

Cauteruccio's posting.

Cauteruccio’s posting.

Good for Caute, who, unlike another former San Lorenzo like Alan Ruíz, went out to put cold cloths with a mea culpa that is worth a lot. The captain of the Boedo, for his part, has not yet ruled on the matter …

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THE MESSAGE FROM ALAN RUIZ

As soon as the strong crossing between Orti and Caute finished, the one who wrote a forceful message was Alan Ruiz, another former San Lorenzo and who shared a campus with both (2012-2014 and 2015). Particularly what the forward wrote -currently in Arsenal-, attending CASLA 20 and banking the Uruguayan. “You’re crack friend, a lot of smoke the chubby on the other side. Let’s go up, friend Caute”, were the words of the man who plays in the Sarandí team, published in an Instagram story.

The crossing and the message of Alan Ruiz.

The crossing and the message of Alan Ruiz.

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THE FIGHT

It all originated from a crossing (lack) of Fabricio Coloccini -just a former Cyclone- with Uvita Fernández (who would also see the red card minutes later). Cauteruccio went to reproach the former Defense and Justice and Ortigoza, who was not close to the action, caught fire and he began to tell the Uruguayan everything. A clash between two former teammates, champions of the 2014 Libertadores.

In the middle of the insults, with some trying to separate (Orti also grabbed her with goalkeeper Devecchi), referee Fernando Rapallini decided to cut his losses and split 20 of CASLA and 77 of Tiburon, which followed it post card.

Ortigoza approached again and even threw a right that did not fully impact Caute. And while they left the playing field, things continued to be said and things took a higher temperature outside the lime line, with the technicians (Diego Monarriz and Martín Palermo) and substitutes from both sides forced to intervene so that it did not happen to greater between the two protagonists of this fight, beyond the exchange of verbal aggressions and some runs near the tunnel towards the locker room.

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SAN LORENZO, THE ONE WHO SEEN THE RED MOST TIMES

With the red ones from Ortigoza, Fernández and then Barrios, San Lorenzo has nine in the tournament and is the team with the most sent off. A very bad and totally negative present, with just 20 points in 22 dates. And it can be last at the end of this day 22.

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TAMMY SEWELL

Tammy Sewell is our Writer and Social at OICanadian.com. Tammy loves sports, she writes our celebrities news. She spends time browsing through several celebs news sources as well the Instagram. Email: Tammy@oicanadian.com Phone: +1 513-209-1700

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