Finally, and after 25 years of native soccer profession, Santiago Villarruel “put on the gloves”, and stated goodbye to the activity with a “goodbye”. The emotionality of the motion got here after the final sport Deportivo los Pinos performed this yr in the official LBF match, which places the Centennial Cup on the road, each for First, Women and Reserve. Applause and a few recognition from the Cluband of a political group, the place the historic goalkeeper champion of the Railway Club, Jorge Ambatese handed him a trophyunderlined the footballer’s activity, who was additionally a referee.
“The football campaign ‘Tati’ is an example and serves as an example for the young people of our city”Said the previous goalkeeper and chief of the Railway Club. It can also be noteworthy that on the age of 48 the goalkeeper retired from the activity, one of the native soccer gamers with the longest endurance in the league, an uncommon truth in our soccer. “Tati” debuted in the Primera de FerroviariosHe went by way of San Lorenzo, El Riojano and Deportivo Los Pinos, he was additionally a neighborhood soccer referee in the late 90s and early 2000s. He is presently the coach of the ladies’s staff. of the group “chacarero”, a membership that has valued and revered their work for a very long time.
CERTAINLY. “Tati” Villarruel has acted as goalkeeper for Deportivo Los Pinos in current years.