I laughed a lot while listening to Mollo, and also while reading the transcription, but it's rather absurd and exaggerated, not to mention in bad taste, that a supposedly professional guy should spend so many minutes complaining in this manner and using that language on the radio. We are talking about a soccer match. With all that's happening in the world, I think you need to have a little more perspective.
Luckily Buffarini was not called up for the National Team - he was very valuable today in his 150 match for CASLA. He put constant pressure on the Bosteros, and he even caused Betancourt's infamous pass that Matos took advantage of to score the winning goal. And Caruzzo, Barrientos (you were right, he had to play and he did it pretty well,) Mercier, Yepes, Kalinski, Villalba... all the players, even the ones whose game was not that great, provided something to the team's game at key moments. That was the difference today - San Lorenzo is a group of players who listen, look and help their teammates all the time. No matter how much the conservative tactics of our head coach bother me, you have to admit that he has a lot to do with that collective mentality. And Romagnoli, Mercier and Buffarini have also helped to set an example for the kids. I hope that we play a little more forward against Huracán, with more aggressiveness on offence. We have to let the wing players move up. Mas will return. Let's see if they let Mussis play. In the end, there's a lot to improve, but no one can take away from me this addition to our fatherhood regarding Boca Juniors. I don't know what more to say to you, brother. Tell me your feelings about it.
Viggo - You simply can´t believe the match we won. As I told you, I had been nervous since Friday. Yesterday we went to watch it at my old man's house with my brother Juan. We soon realised that Bauza had placed the team very far back, as he usually does. If we had lost today we would be bitching about him non-stop. Pitu Barrientos, who had to be our playmaker and who gave me hope when he appeared as team leader, almost played as a three, right? My brother was telling me: "Bauza is weird. He didn't put in Pitu as team leader against Banfield on our pitch and now he does it in the Bombonera." Anyway, I like Bauza very much, but I don´t share his tactic theories. It's like those people who you love but whose political vision you don't share. What Ortigoza did was huge. It reminded me that once a friend from the neighborhood, called "Panza," arrived at eight in the evening at an indoor soccer match that had started an hour earlier. He had been working as a ticket clerk in a disco and, since he was great, despite the untimely arrival, we included him. And he crushed it. We won by a wide margin in a championship of churches from Boedo. Orti did that, came in and created moves, back and forth. And Matos has something of those war veterans, right? They are guys who seem to have seen the horror face to face and nothing discourages them. He's always there, like that night when he nailed it against the Paraguayan team and we began to be champions. Last night, with my brother and my old man, we shouted out his goal until we were hoarse. Arruabarrena , who already demonstrated his tactical and ethical value when trying to keep the match going after the River players had been through the poisonous tunnel [tr. note: a reference to an attack with pepper gas suffered by River players during a match with Boca], failed once more. He shouldn't have taken Palacios out; I don´t know why he did it. Today I sent Cat Stevens´ "Father and Son" to my Bostero friends, so they can relax thinking about their father, CASLA. It will take a long time; every match is a final and the team is wearing out. I don't know what will happen. We already lost Romagnoli and Barrientos. Now there's a certain Cambodian-ism floating in the air, right? [tr. note: a reference to the Camboyanos, the legendary SL team of the late 80s].