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“Primitive” Maradiaga did not travel to Choluteca; he was admitted to a clinic

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“Primitive” Maradiaga did not travel to Choluteca;  he was admitted to a clinic

The UPNFM Wolves team is facing a sudden setback as head coach Ramón Enrique “Primitivo” Maradiaga has been unable to travel with the team to Choluteca for their upcoming match against Génesis. According to reports from Diario LA PRENSA, Maradiaga experienced dizziness and fainted after a training session on Sunday. He was immediately attended to by the club’s medical staff and subsequently taken to a healthcare center for further evaluation.

Due to Maradiaga’s condition, former player Juan Flores will step in as the main coach for the upcoming match. The UPNFM team is also seeking permission for reserves coach Rudy Padilla to assist during the game. Padilla, who was recently recognized as the best coach of the special reserves in Honduras, will provide additional support to the team in Maradiaga’s absence.

The club is awaiting the results of medical tests to gain a better understanding of Maradiaga’s condition and determine when he will be able to return to coaching duties. In the meantime, the Wolves will be under the guidance of Flores and Padilla as they prepare to face Génesis in a crucial match in the Clausura 2024 season.

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