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The ordeal of Chivas de Guadalajara towards the infirmary

Macías will be 6 more months off.

Photo: Fabian Meza / Imago7

The Chivas de Guadalajara seek to regain their leading role in the Liga MX. But the path of the Sacred Flock has become very complicated from a sporting point of view, but also from the health of the players. Injuries are part of the day to day of the club and This worries your board.

The Sacred Flock has not started so badly the Clausura 2023, but their results could have been much better with all their players in top condition. Physical health has been one of the club’s great nightmares and it would have been dealt with internally.

For a long time, Chivas has invested a lot in the recovery of injured people and it has already been the subject of internal discussion.”, pointed out the journalist David Medrano in his Opinion column in the newspaper Récord.

Chivas de Guadalajara’s injuries

Lately it has been cause for concern the physical problems of great pieces in the scheme of the coach Veljko Paunovic. The last of them has been Jose Juan Maciasa player who had been recovering from a serious injury, but who had a relapse with a torn cruciate ligament that will keep him off the pitch for 6 to 8 months.

The case of “JJ” Macías joins those of Antonio Briseno (thigh injury), Isaac Brizuela (discomfort in the peroneal nerve), and the well-known drop in Alexis Vegaa player who has been off the pitch for several months due to a knee meniscus injury.

Currently Chivas de Guadalajara march in the fifth position of the Liga MX. The Sacred Flock accumulates four wins, three draws and only one loss. Without a doubt, the performance of Veljko Paunovic’s team has been correct despite the great absences.

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