Gustavo Munua has coronavirus and will not be able to

Next Friday, Unión will visit Boca at La Bombonera, for the fifth date of the Professional League. However, he will do it without his coach, Gustavo Munúa, who was diagnosed with coronavirus (COVID-19) and must stay in Santa Fe.

The Tatengue technician was tested after presenting symptoms compatible with the pandemic disease. After obtaining a positive result, must remain isolated for the next five days.

“Last week we had three positive players for Covid-19, we are half mixed with this issue,” Munúa said in dialogue with Sport 890 radio, referring to the cases of Diego Polenta, Juan Ignacio Nardoni and Sebastián Jaurena.

Despite not being able to be at La Bombonera, where the team will be led by Christian Berman, his field assistant, Munúa aims to be able to say present in the duel that Unión will play against Nacional for the first leg of the round of 16 of the Copa Sudamericana, on Tuesday, June 28, in Montevideo. “It will be a special game for me,” acknowledged the former goalkeeper, who began playing for the Bag at the age of 8 and went on to win five Uruguayan championships.

By Geeke