Boca and River repatriate their stars of yesteryear
Boca and River repatriate their stars from more than a decade ago. Two of the biggest teams not only in Argentina but in all of South America, They have decided to turn the Argentine league upside down based on media hiring of former players who left the club many years ago to succeed. The real thing promises.
If last season River, recovered to “Clown” Aimar, this time, rehired Javier Saviola and Lucho González. He “Rabbit” Saviola, born in 1981, He left the discipline of River very young there by the 2001 when he was still months away from 20 years. Since then, a very prolific career in Europe in clubs like: A. S. Monaco (2004-2005), Sevilla (2005-2006), Barcelona (2001-2003 y 2006-2007), Real Madrid (2007-2009), Benfica (2009-2012), Málaga (2012-2013), Olympiacos (2013-2014) and Hellas Verona (2014-2015) to return 14 years later to what was his home and re-form a golden partnership with Pablito Aimar who also left River very young for Valencia.
In the case of Lucho González, born the same year as Saviola, took longer to abandon the discipline of millionaires when he marched in 2005 heading to Portugal to play for Porto. There he played between 2005-09 and between 2012-14. He also spent two years at Olympique de Marseille and the 2014-15 trying his luck in exotic leagues full of petrodollars with the Al Rayyan shirt to return home ten years later.
But Boca could not be left behind and also had a bomb in the bedroom., if River recovered its former stars, they were not going to be less and above, they were going to make it bigger. The xeneizes have ensured nothing more and nothing less than the return of a player who still retains the cache of a great world star and who played in the Champions League final 2015 wearing the Juve shirt. Nothing more and nothing less than Apache Tévez.
Boca, took the opportunity to break the news at the break of the Argentina-Colombia Copa América 2015 through his network on Twitter to the joy of his followers who will see Apache again with the blue and gold shirt on the pitch of the Bombonera. The truth is that the next Argentine soccer superclassic promises a lot.