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“It hurts me as a human being”

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“It hurts me as a human being”

After a long time without directing, Argentine coach Ricardo Caruso Lombardi had his debut as coach of Miramar Misiones, a Uruguayan First Division team, on Tuesday night.

He had a difficult start, against one of the greats of that country: Nacional, at home.

After starting winning with a goal from Machado, “Bolso” turned it around with goals from Carneiro and Santander, five minutes from time.

The Argentine coach’s team had a goal disallowed, through the VAR, due to offside.

With this defeat, Miramar Misiones is in 14th place out of 16 teams, with four points in eight games.

They have not yet won and have accumulated four draws and the same number of defeats.

“It bothers me to see my players destroyed. We played a very good game, the first half was excellent, just as planned. We had two or three very clear plays. We were distracted during their goal play. They charged a foul and because we stayed arguing with the referee, which the referee did two or three times, arguing with my players, they forgot about the ball, they played us quickly and the tie came. In the second half they threw us against the goal and we lacked the rest. That’s why I made three changes together…” Caruso said after the match, visibly upset.

And he added: “When we score the goal, the referee gives it, the lineman gives it and it occurred to the VAR to annul it. Disallowing that goal seems to me to be a lack of respect for the club. It hurts me as a human being. It bothers me, it hurts me that the judge cut off two very clear scoring plays. He choked on his whistle because he saw that we tied it. He called a foul in 90 minutes for us. It’s great, we know it can happen. But don’t kill me in the key plays, we are a small team. “It hurts me because all the boys are dead.”

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On date 9 of the Uruguay Apertura Tournament, Miramar will visit Deportivo Maldonado, next Saturday, April 20, from 8:30 p.m.

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