Cruz Azul is one of the great teams in Mexican soccer and current Liga MX champion, in which great soccer players have paraded throughout its 55 years.
Among their ranks there have also been Uruguayan players, many with a negative balance such as Daniel baldi, Richard Nunez, Martin Cauteruccio or Nicolas Vigneri, but there are those who are at least remembered by the fans.
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Jonathan Rodríguez scored goals against 15 of his 17 Liga MX rivals after converting against Monterrey.
Cabecita continues to break records. pic.twitter.com/MgbyH0fUSn
– Nahuel (@NahuelBeau) August 20, 2021
Cabecita, a member of the squad who won the championship in Guard1anes 2021, is the Uruguayan top scorer in the team’s history, after the goal he scored against Striped.
There are 47 so many that the striker has to his credit, who was hired in the Clausura 2019, leaving behind the record of Sebastian Abreu.
His legacy may still grow.
The two successes and three errors of Cruz Azul in their tie against Rayados de Monterrey on date 5 of the Liga MX
The successes and errors of Cruz Azul on date 5 against Rayados
Aug 19, 2021
STUFF FOOTBALL: Lozano, Vega, Martínez, Salcedo and more news and rumors of the transfer market in Liga MX
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STOVE FOOTBALL: Rolán, Damm, Renato, Ortiz, Osuna and more news and rumors of the transfer market in Liga MX
Day 5 of Grita México Apertura 2021 began, but the Stove Soccer in Liga MX continues. Here are the latest news, updates and rumors.
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The 5 concerns of Juan Reynoso with Cruz Azul ahead of Matchday 6
The Cruz Azul Machine team will be facing off against Atlético San Luis. Here we review Juan Reynoso’s concerns for the game.
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Robert Dante Siboldi was a figure in Cruz Azul as goalkeeper
It is now his turn to be like DT #SiboldiaCruzAzul #Official pic.twitter.com/VAqMplOdmJ
– Saint Cadilla (@SanCadilla) September 6, 2019
The current strategist of Xolos He defended the celestial institution as a goalkeeper in the 1993-94 season, remaining for a year, although leaving a fond memory for the fans.
Already retired in 2004, the Uruguayan returned to be a goalkeeping coach, then a technician in Basic Forces, of the Jasso subsidiary (leaving champion) and even interim and helmsman of the club.
Sebastián Abreu announced his retirement from professional soccer. ⚽️
Thanks for everything, “Loco”! ? pic.twitter.com/JOGOYljxY9
– BLUE CROSS (@CruzAzul) June 10, 2021
El Loco arrived at La Noria for Summer 2000, a championship in which he scored 19 goals to establish himself as the maximum breaker of the semester.
In total, he scored 37 goals in 43 duels, between Liga, Liguilla, Copa Libertadores and Pre Libertadores, before returning to the National of his country, although later he returned to Mexico with the America without having good numbers.
NACHO IS STAYING !!
CRUZ AZUL RENEWS NACHO RIVERO
With the phrase: “He did not release the ball, we did not release ‘Nacho’”, Cruz Azul announced the renewal of Ignacio Rivero.
The Uruguayan all-terrain remains the Champion of Mexico. pic.twitter.com/VQRbOmwv7y
– The Expelled (@losexpulsados) July 1, 2021
With just one year in the cement ranks, the midfielder, also a full-back, won the hearts of the fans for the desire he puts on the field of play, in addition to helping to obtain the denied League title.
Nacho arrived in Guard1anes 2020 on loan from Tijuana and in the end his file was bought, extending his contract for two more years.
Nostalgia: Santiago Ostolaza Sosa, In Cruz Azul from 1989-1992, medium of containment, 1.91 height, Champion of liberators, Intercontinental, Interamerican and South American, a pleasure to see him play with the Blue shirt !! ??? Come on Machine !!! @azul_vieja @Cruz_Azul_FC @FuerzaAzulFc @ pic.twitter.com/PFbRT7W8WI
– BLUE NOSTALGIA (@isaacdavisgbe) August 31, 2018
Although his time at Cruz Azul lasted three years, he is not remembered as pleasantly as others due to the lack of glory in that period from 1989 to 1992.
The midfielder went to the 1990 World Cup in Italy, was runner-up in the 1989 Copa América and multi-champion with his country’s Nacional.
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