Cainxinha in isolation in Canada

Bad and bad! After being shamefully eliminated in the round of 16 of Conchachampon against Montreal, Santos Laguna coach Pedro Caixinha has been diagnosed as positive for Covid-19 ahead of Wednesday’s clash.

Given this, the Portuguese will be quarantined in Canada and are waiting for the second test. You will have to wait three to five days. Given this fact, Santos Laguna assistant will be in charge of the team until the 7th date of Closing 2022.

“Unfortunately, Peter Caixinha He tested positive for Covid-19. When we leave the country, we get tested, and those tests show negative, but when we enter Montreal, Canada, we get tested again and Pedro comes out positive. “Now, Pedro is isolated, we are following all health measures and waiting for his recovery,” Santos assistant Rafael Figueroa said before the CONCACAF Champions League match.

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The Santos Laguna coach will undergo a second test in the coming days to rule out false Covid and the ability to leave Canada and join the team in Torreón.

The strategist is expected to adhere to due isolation and await his second test to rule out infection and be able to leave the country after Deleted on Wednesday and continue work on Clausura 2022.

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Nothing has gone well for Pedro Caixinha so far during his time at Santos Laguna, because in Liga MX he is in the last places and now he lost and was eliminated against an MLS team that wasn’t even in season, and they hardly do pre-season. for the next campaign.

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Sports Editor of Los Mochis, responsible for the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as the major leagues, NBA, NFL, Mexican football, Champions League and other European and international football leagues. He graduated from the Universidad de Occidente in Communication Sciences, graduated in English from the University of Arizona Phoenix campus, and successfully completed the Digital Sports Journalism Workshop at the University of Guadalajara. A final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as playoffs at the Pacific Coast Basketball Arena. He was with EL DEBATE for 10 years, seven of which worked as Athletic Editor.


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