Pumas derrotó 2-0 a Morelia y sigue con paso firme en la Liga MX Femenil

Mar 12, 2018

Pumas derrotó 2-0 a Morelia y sigue con paso firme

en la Liga MX Femenil

 

 

Las Pumas de la UNAM continúan con paso firme y derrotaron 2-0 a Morelia este sábado por la tarde en las instalaciones de la Cantera, en partido de la jornada 10 del torneo Clausura 2018 de la Liga MX Femenil.

Con este triunfo, las felinas llegaron a 18 unidades y se afianzan en el tercer lugar del Grupo 1, muy cerca de los primeros lugares.

“Estoy muy contenta porque estamos a tres puntos del América y esperar a ver qué pasa con Toluca. No estábamos pesando en eso, sino en ganar. Obviamente nuestro objetivo es colocarnos dentro de los dos primeros lugares; y estoy contenta porque con las bajas que hemos tenido de algunas titulares, las niñas que han estado en banca, miren lo que han hecho, ahí está el resultado. Nos vamos contentas con los tres puntos y defendiendo nuestra casa”, expresó Ileana Dávila, entrenadora del conjunto universitario, en conferencia de prensa al término del partido.

 

Los goles

Desde el inicio del encuentro y hasta el final, las auriazules dominaron la posesión del balón con gran profundidad. La primera recompensa llegó al minuto 17 con una gran jugada colectiva: Nancy Zaragoza filtró un pase exacto a Ricla Rajunov, quien sola, dentro del área, cedió a Karime Abud que solamente empujó el balón para abrir el marcador.

El agobio del ataque felino sobre las purépechas continuó hasta que, al 39’, producto de la presión en la salida de Monarcas, Abud recuperó el balón y mandó un centro preciso a la llegada de Ana Paola López, quien se tendió de palomita para marcar un golazo y poner cifras definitivas.

Cabe destacar que la guardameta titular de los Pumas en este encuentro, Mélany Villeda, de apenas 16 años de edad, debutó en la Liga MX Femenil.

 

 

Alineaciones:

Pumas: 25-Mélany Villeda, 2-Deneva Cagigas (6-Paola Chavero 69’), 3-Ricla Rajunov, 5-Lucía Rodríguez, 7-Ana Karen López, 10-Bibiana Quintos, 11-Diana Gómez, 14-Nancy Zaragoza (16-Elizabeth Garrido 79’), 15-Ana Paola López, 20-Karime Abud, 21-Nátaly Ávila (17-Daniela García 56’). D.T. Ileana Dávila.

Morelia: 2-María Ayala, 4-Isamar Toledo, 7-Eleisa Santos, 10-Nallely Magaña, 13-Andrea Torres, 15-Nadia Barriga (12-Ana Estrella 66’), 16-Karla Jiménez, 17-Madeleine Pasco (21-Dalia Molina 55’), 18-Kenia Menera, 23-Mariana Fuentes (34-Bertha Núñez 51’), 24-Mónica Villaseñor. D.T. Verónica Hernández.

 

 

Cuerpo arbitral:

Central: Guillermo Álvarez. Asistentes: Viridiana Flores y Brianda Hernández. Cuarto árbitro: Rafael Bonilla.

CORTESIA: CLUB PUMAS

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Francisco Gabriel de Anda Nuevo Director Deportivo

Mar 12, 2018
Francisco Gabriel de Anda Nuevo Director Deportivo
El Club Deportivo Guadalajara mediante un análisis profundo de los Dueños, Directiva y Director Técnico, decide la incorporación a la estructura de un Director Deportivo que sea el responsable de todas las áreas de futbol, detallando que tendrá a su cargo el equipo de la Primera División, el equipo femenil, Fuerzas Básicas, así como los departamentos de Nutrición, Médico, Prensa y Desarrollo Humano.

Mediante este conducto el Club Deportivo Guadalajara tiene el gusto de informar que Francisco Gabriel de Anda se integra a la institución para desempeñar el cargo de Director Deportivo.

Con la amplia y reconocida trayectoria que ha realizado en el futbol profesional, estamos convencidos de que la incorporación de Francisco Gabriel de Anda será de gran valor para nuestra institución.

El Club Deportivo Guadalajara le da la bienvenida a Francisco Gabriel de Anda y en esta búsqueda de mejora continua le desea éxito en esta nueva etapa como parte del equipo más grande, popular y ganador del futbol mexicano. ¡Bienvenido a Chivas, tu nueva casa!

Trayectoria de Francisco Gabriel:
Futbolista profesional durante 15 años.

Títulos jugador
Campeón de Liga en el Invierno 96 Club Santos Laguna
Campeón de Liga en el Apertura 2001 Club Pachuca
Campeón de Liga en el Apertura 2003 Club Pachuca
Campeón de Campeones Concacaf 2002 Club Pachuca
Seleccionado nacional en Copa América Bolivia 97 (tercer lugar)
Copa Rey Fahd 97 Arabia Saudita
Copa Mundial 2002 Corea – Japón

Trayectoria directivo
Director Deportivo Pachuca (2008-2010)
Vicepresidente Club León (2011)

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AZAT ‘CRAZY A’ HOVHANNISYAN DEFEATS RONNY RIOS IN SIXTH ROUND OF WAR TO DEFEND WBC CONTINENTAL AMERICAS SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE

Mar 12, 2018
AZAT ‘CRAZY A’ HOVHANNISYAN DEFEATS RONNY RIOS IN SIXTH ROUND OF WAR TO DEFEND WBC CONTINENTAL AMERICAS SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE IN MAIN EVENT OF MARCH 9 EDITION OF GOLDEN BOY BOXING ON ESPN AT THE OC FAIR & EVENT CENTER
 
WELTERWEIGHT PROSPECT ALEXIS ‘LEX’ ROCHA DELIVERS SURGICAL PERFORMANCE WITH FIRST-ROUND KNOCKOUT VICTORY AGAINST MIGUEL ‘LA AMENAZA’ DUMAS IN CO-MAIN EVENT
(ABOVE: Azat Hovhannisyan scored a TKO victory against Ronny Rios to defend the WBC Continental Americas Super Bantamweight Title in the main event of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN on March 9)
 
 
Photo Credit: Tom Hogan – Hoganphotos/Golden Boy Promotions
 
COSTA MESA, CALIF. (March 9, 2018): Explosive Armenian contender Azat “Crazy” Hovhannisyan (14-2, 11 KOs) defended his WBC Continental Americas Super Bantamweight Title in exciting fashion as he defeated hometown hero Ronny Rios (29-3, 13 KOs) via sixth-round technical knockout in the main event of the March 9 edition of Golden Boy Boxing on ESPN before a sold-out crowd at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif. Rios started strong in the first round, but a fusillade of punches from Hovhannisyan hurt and nearly stopped him in the third round. Rios struggled to recover, but a knockdown followed by another flurry of punches from Hovhannisyan forced referee Jack Reiss to stop the fight at 1:12 of the sixth round. At the time of the stoppage, two judges had the fight even at 47-47, while one judge had the fight 47-48 for Hovhannisyan.
 
“I knew I was going to stop him early, but then my right hand started to hurt,” said Azat Hovhannisyan. “When my hand started hurting more, I went for the stoppage. Freddie [Roach] kept me calmed between rounds. I’m ready for a world title shot. I want any champion at 122 pounds.”
 
In the co-main event, welterweight prospect Alexis “Lex” Rocha (11-0, 8 KOs) once again exceeded expectations as he destroyed Miguel Dumas (10-2, 7 KOs) in the first round of a scheduled eight-round affair to capture the WBC Continental Americas Welterweight Title. Rocha, of Santa Ana, Calif., wasted no time in measuring his opponent, pushing the native of Tijuana, Mexico back with hard shots to the body. Rocha also mixed up the speed with which he threw his punches, tapping Dumas with slower shots before landing a quick and hard right uppercut that dropped Dumas immediately. Upon getting up, Dumas was greeted with a fight-finishing combination that ended matters then and there.
 
“I get more nervous watching my brother’s fights than my own,” said Alexis Rocha. “I came in composed and relaxed, just ready for anything to happen. I never plan for a knockout. I’m so happy that I get to take the belt home in front of all my Santa Ana fans.”
 
Maricela “La Diva” Cornejo (10-3, 2 KOs) scored a fourth-round technical knockout victory against Lisa Garland (15-10, 8 KOs) in tonight’s televised swing bout that was originally scheduled for six rounds in the super middleweight division. Cornejo overwhelmed Garland in each round to eventually force the referee to end the fight at 1:09 of the fourth round.
“Winning the day after Women’s International Day is a huge accomplishment for me,” said Maricela Cornejo. “I hope that my win inspires more women to go into the gym. For this fight, I knew I was going to knock her out within the first round but had to get around her smothering me. Once I was able to break through, I was able to work it.”
 
Marvin Cabrera (7-0, 5 KOs), the rising middleweight prospect who is trained by former world champion Daniel Ponce De Leon, opened the night of action with an eight-round unanimous decision victory against Mexican pugilist Sergio Gonzalez (6-5, 2 KOs). During the fight, the men traded knockdowns: Cabrera was dropped in the second round and Gonzalez was dropped in the fourth. Nevertheless, Cabrera prevailed with scores of 79-72, 78-72, and 78-72.
 
“My opponent came in a little overweight, so we had to adjust a bit,” said Marvin Cabrera. “I definitely could have been a little faster, using that as an advantage since he was on the slower side. Overall, I’m happy with the win.”
 
Irish welterweight prospect Aaron “Silencer” McKenna (1-0) was originally scheduled to take part in tonight’s event. But due to falsification of documents on the part of his opponent, Adolfo Caro (0-1), the California State Athletic Commission decided that the fight would not take place.

 

Rios vs. Hovhannisyan was a 10-round fight for the WBC Continental Americas Super Bantamweight Title presented by Golden Boy Promotions. The event was sponsored by Tecate, “THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BOXING” and Hennessy, “Never Stop, Never Settle.” The the event took place on Friday, March 9, 2018 at The Hangar at The OC Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, Calif.
 
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