01/06/2023 21:50hs. Updated 06/01/2023 11:33 p.m.
The match between Arsenal and Boca had a respectful minute of silence to honor Javier Yacuzzi, who died last Monday in Mexico at the age of 43. The former left back, twice champion with Arse (Sudamericana 2007 and Suruga Bank 2088), contracted a lethal virus that ended his life prematurely. He was on Aztec soil working as a field assistant for Mauro Gerk in Querétaro.
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The minute of silence for Yacuzzi
For this reason, the beginning of the meeting in Sarandí was special. Commemorative minute, posters of the fans with a “thank you 24 Yacuzzi” and also a flag in the popular to send condolences to his family at this hard time.
at 24 minutesin allusion to the jersey number he wore in the Viaducto team, the fans raised the thank you signs again. And for those things in life and football, Pombo’s goal from the cue just came after a corner kick.
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Pombo scored the 1 to 0 of Arse
The news was confirmed by the Sarandí club, where the former soccer player played between 2005 and 2010. “#ArsenalFútbolClub deeply regrets the death of Javier Yacuzzi, champion of the 2007 South American Cup and 2008 Suruga Bank. We send our condolences to his family and loved ones. Rest in peace, Yacu,” they wrote on Twitter.
Born in San Nicolás on August 15, 1979, Yacuzzi began his career at Platense. He made his professional debut in 2001. when Saavedra’s team was still in the B Nacional and stayed there for a season, until signed with tiger (He played in the First B).
Between 2003 and 2005 continued dabbling in the Ascent, one year with the Gimnasia de Entre Ríos shirt and another in Tiro Federal. Finished his adventure, in 2005 he signed with Arsenalthe club in which he stayed the longest: five years defending those colors allowed him to add to his showcases two international cups.
In 2010 he traveled to Mexico to play in Tijuana and in 2012 he decided to return to Argentina, where he had a brief stint with Huracán. Rosario Central, Defensa y Justicia, General Rojo Unión Deportiva and Matienzo (Villa Ramallo) were the clubs in which he followed his career until 2018, when he decided to retire at Club Somisa in his hometown.
The farewell of the clubs
Several institutions echoed the news through social networks. Defense and JusticeFor example, he published: “We regret the death of Javier Yacuzzi, a member of the historic squad that was promoted to First Division in 2014 and, above all, a great person. Our deepest condolences to his family and friends.”
so did Platense. “From Club Atlético #Platense we deeply regret the departure of Javier Yacuzzi, who came to our institution in 2001, leaving a pleasant memory in his passing. We accompany his family and loved ones in this difficult moment. RIP”, they wrote.
Until Central Rosarywhere he did not play for long, spread a few words: “Club Atlético Rosario Central regrets the death of Javier Yacuzzi, who played for our Club during the 2012/13 season. We accompany his family and loved ones in this difficult moment.”
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