The last hiring of Colo Colo, the Venezuelan striker Christian Santos is performing the preventive quarantine and this Friday, will join the work next to the campus and is practically ruled out to dispute the Chilean soccer superclassic which will be played this Sunday at the El Teniente de Rancagua stadium.
That is what the former striker and Copa Libertadores champion, Ricardo Dabrowski, also hopes, who trusts that the coach Gustavo Quinteros placeholder image do not consider Santos among those named for the Superclásico.
The former Cacique coach spoke with Redgol and indicated that “for what Colo Colo means, it would be unwise for a player who is arriving to play, who has not had official matches since May. I think he needs at least three weeks to keep up with his teammates. I do not see it as something essential and that it plays in the classic “.
Just the last Santos game was four months ago when he defended Osnabrück and the “Polaco” does not want to see Santos, since he needs to adapt to his new teammates and take the rhythm of the competition.
“It would not be good for anyone, neither for the player nor for the team. Imagine for the campus, they are working well, they are leading. A player arrives who trains a couple of times and is going to play. I think it’s not healthy, it’s not good“, said the former striker.
“Santos has not played since May, but also due to his quarantine he has not had physical activity“, the white scorer ended in a resounding manner in the 1991 Copa Libertadores.
Yes, but there is a lot of tournament left