bolivia futbol transfers

  • Debuts = promoted from youth team so playing first game
  • Siguen = players from last season who stayed with the club
  • Llegaron = new transfers who arrived

Aurora 

Debut

Fernando De Souza

Siguen

Diego Marcelo Blanco

Vladimir Castellon

Ivan Enrique Huayhuata

Pablo Javier Lanz

Ronald Rodriguez

Llegaron

Carmelo Angulo Mendoza (Nacional 2012)

Mauricio Baldivieso (Real Potosi 2012)

Diego Didier Bengolea (Universitario 2010)

Charles Da Silva (Bolivar 2009)

Henry Max Machado (Universitario 2012)

Osvaldo Medina (San Jose 2012)

Edgar Rolando Olivares (Universitario 2012)

Rodrigo Vargas (Bolivar 2012)

Blooming

Debuts

Hugo Christophe Bargas

Carlos Andres Zabala

Llegaron

Francisco Antonio Argüello (Oriente 2012)

Raul Rene Gonzalez (Nacional 2012)

Andres Jimenez (Guabira 2012)

Limbert Mendez (Aurora 2012)

Ronald Segovia (Aurora 2012)

Siguen

Luis Hernan Boyero

Alexis Alfredo Carrasco

Felix Candia Saucedo

Jose Luis Chavez

Enrique David Diaz

Oscar Alberto Diaz

Sergio Daniel Galarza

Luis Enrique Hurtado

Victor Hugo Melgar

Jorge Antonio Ortiz

Ronald Taylor Rivero

Lisandro Oscar Sacripanti

Amilcar Alvaro Sanchez

Diego Fernando Valdes

Diego Vejarano

Ricardo Verduguez

Bolivar

Debuts

Leandro Marcelo Maygua

Luis Gabriel Renteria

Llegaron

Jose Carlos Barba (Aurora 2012)

Ariel Juarez (Real Potosi 2012)

Carlos Emilio Lampe (San Jose 2012)

Carlos Israel Vargas (San Jose 2012)

Siguen

Lorgio Alvarez

Jhasmani Campos

Ever Cantero

Rudy Alejandro Cardozo

Jorge Ignacio Cuellar

Ronald Eguino

Alvaro Edil Espindola

Leonel Justiniano

Damian Emanuel Lizio

Alejandro Mendez

Damir Miranda

Romel Javier Quiñonez

Diego Gabriel Rivero

Jason Siquita

Miguel Gerardo Suarez

La Paz

Llegaron

Juan Enrique Bustillos (Bolivar 2012)

Jhasmani George Duk (Oriente 2012)

Marcos Emanuel Ovejero (Universitario 2012)

Herman Soliz (Universitario 2012)

Siguen

Romulo Alaca

Carlos Alberto Arias

Jorge Luis Cortez

Carlos Miguel Hermosa

Daniel Mancilla

Carlos Alberto Marandipi

Jorge Alejandro Molina

David Joel Torrico

Nacional

Llegaron

Henry Alaca Maconde (La Paz 2011)

Claudio Ruben Centurion (Real Potosi 2012)

Dino Huallpa (Real Potosi 2012)

Eduardo Melgar (Oriente 2010)

John Adolfo Obregon (La Paz 2012)

Nelson Sossa (Real Potosi 2012)

Edson Marcelo Zenteno (Aurora 2012)

Siguen

Juan Pablo Aponte

Fernando Ariel Brandan

Matias Garavano

Miguel Angel Hurtado

Herlan Gaston Mealla

Jorge Gary Paz

Rafael Segovia

Oriente

Debuts

Juan Felipe Alves

Pedro Jesus Azogue

Sebastian Javier Britos

Danilo Ezequiel Carando

Diego Franz Quiñonez

Hernan Luis Zanni

Llegó

Adrian Cuellar (Guabira 2012)

Siguen

Marvin Orlando Bejarano

Mariano Sebastian Brau

Miguel Angel Hoyos

Gualberto Mojica

Ronny Fernando Montero

Rodrigo Mauricio Vargas

Wilder Zabala

Petrolero

Debuts

Jorge Gonzalo Benitez

Daniel Ramiro Correa

Aldo Vladimir Gallardo

Marcel Maximiliano Ortega

Jorge Hernan Orgaz

Juan Camilo Rios

Llegaron

Jorge Marcos Andia (Blooming 2012)

Rolando Campos (La Paz 2011)

Freddy Chispas (Universitario 2012)

Vladimir Compas (The Strongest 2012)

Faustino Abraham Garcia (Bolivar 2007)

Miguel Ortiz (Universitario 2012)

Martin Adrian Palavicini (Real Mamore 2010)

Pedro Gabriel Viera (Guabira 2012)

Real Potosi

Debut

Carlos Ariel Neumann

Siguen

Rony Jimenez

Eduardo Ortiz

Rosauro Rivero

Pastor Ventura Torrez

Luiis Alberto Vaca

Llegaron

Ariel Cirilo Alejandro Aragon (Guabira 2012)

Adan Alexis Felix Bravo (Guabira 2012)

Juan Carlos Galvis (La Paz 2012)

Eder Jordan (Nacional 2012)

Luis Fernando Marteli Dias (La Paz 2012)

Milton Erik Melgar (Universitario 2012)

Santos Rodrigo Navarro (Blooming 2012)

Juan Carlos Zampieri (Bolivar 2012)

San Jose

Llegaron

Victor Hugo Angola (Real Potosi 2012)

Sebastian Dario Carrizo (Real Potosi 2012)

Juan Pablo Fernandez (Real Mamore 2012)

Ignacio Awad Garcia (Blooming 2012)

Jose Marcelo Gomes (Universitario 2012)

Mario Alberto Ovando (Real Potosi 2012)

Jose Feliciano Peñarrieta (La Paz 2012)

Abdon Reyes (Bolivar 2012)

Christian Maciel Ruiz (The Strongest 2011)

Roly Desiderio Sejas (Real Potosi 2012)

Didi Torrico (Nacional 2012)

Luis Anibal Torrico (Real Potosi 2012)

Siguen

Douglas Rodolfo Ferrufino

Carlos Enrique Saucedo

The Strongest

Llegaron

Marcos Israel Barrera (Universitario 2012)

Mauricio Saucedo (Oriente 2011)

Walter Veizaga (Oriente 2012)

Siguen

Alejandro Saul Chumacero

Pablo Daniel Escobar

Andres Martin Gemio

Sacha Silvestre Lima

Luis Hernan Melgar

Luis Javier Mendez

Enrique Parada

Rodrigo Luis Ramallo

Nelvin Soliz

Diego Horacio Wayar

Universitario

Debuts

Eduardo Araujo Bastos

Ricardo Braz de Lima

Federico Martin Elduayen

Saul Torres

Llegaron

Alejandro Rene Bejarano (The Strongest 2012)

Vinicius de Figueiredo Delazeri (Nacional 2012)

Edgar Marcelo Escalante (Nacional 2012)

Jose Gabriel Rios (Nacional 2012)

Carlos Eduardo Vargas Menacho (Nacional 2012)

Siguen

Juan Eduardo Fierro

Jorge Enrique Flores

Jesus Ronald Gallegos

Luis Antonio Liendo

Edson Rigoberto Perez

Wilstermann

Debuts

Lucas Sebastian Defranceso

Edson Mauricio Hinojosa

Mauro Andres Zanotti

Christian Zarate

Llegaron

Santos Amador (Nacional 2012)

Augusto Andaveris (Aurora 2012)

Jaime Cardozo (Aurora 2012)

Maximiliano Gabriel Andrada (San Jose 2012)

Gerson Luis Garcia (The Strongest 2012)

Pablo Antonio Salinas (San Jose 2012)

Hugo Suarez (Oriente 2012)

Nicolas Suarez (San Jose 2012)

Edward Mauro Zenteno (Aurora 2012)

Sigue

Gianakis Suarez

La Paz only made ​​two changes compared to the East on July 29

The Strongest only made ​​two changes against University on July 29

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Bolivar – Petrolero de Yacuiba

Newcomers in league Petrolero will have manny problems in their first game (first round is postponed, players strike). Cannot tell much about their quality, time will show it but i can be sure in one – they will have big problems on lot away games. Of course, i mean on altitude problems. First game and they are going on biggiest altitude, in La Paz on 4014 meters. Bolivar already played one game, loose vs Bloomin 1-0

Also, tree Petrolero players strike (didnt want play) first round (lot players in all clubs was in strike), whole round iwas postponed and that tree players are relased from club http://www.juanpasten.net/noticias/2012/07/24/leer.php?c=18

fter the defeat last Thursday at Blooming in the city of Santa Cruz, Bolivar try to vindicate their fans today at the Hernando Siles stadium starting at 15:30 when he takes on Petroleum Yacuiba, newly promoted to the League Bolivian Professional Football (LFPB).

For the game against the yacuibeños, technical director Miguel Angel Portugal will not have players who are considered distinct holders in the team for different reasons.

From the outset the skipper blue, Walter Flores, will not play to meet the penalty was given after being sent off in the final of the Winter Cup at Wilstermann. Another player who will be the second match suspension is the defender Tobias Albarracin, who saw the red card in the last game he played for the club in San Jose last League tournament.

They are joined by Gabriel Valverde, expelled Cup Eguino Center and Ronald, who saw two yellow cards in the opening match of the Academy in Blooming.

On the defensive absences, the further strengthening of Bolivar, Jose Carlos Barba, could debut officially with the Academy.

They are not all bad news for Portugal, Jhasmani Campos and kept his one-match ban and will be part of the meeting this afternoon if the Spanish tactician so decides.

About the Panamanian striker Luis Renteria, it was already enabled and could debut today at the Benjamin of the League, it’s likely to start the comparison from the bench.

The cast visitor arrives at the seat of Government’s willingness to perform well with a heavy national football and for that purpose, led by Mario Rolando Ortega should be very cautious in the field of play for heavenly footballers are no spaces defense sector and do damage to your bow.

Minutes before the game, Ortega give a list of 11 names who will play, but most likely use the players who played the run that took place in Villamontes, which came out champions after defeating the final against The Strongest, so which provides a comparison between Benjamin attractive garter belt and most successful campus Bolivia.

The match referee will direct the Orlando San Luis Quintana and will be assisted by Jose Vidal and Ronald Vargas.

Bolívar formaría con: Carlos Lampe; Cristian Vargas, Alejandro Méndez, José Carlos Barba, Lorgio Álvarez; Damir Miranda, Diego Rivero, Rudy Cardozo, Damián Lizio; Jhasmani Campos y Ever Cantero.

Petrolero formaría con: Pedro Viera; Camilo Ríos, Daniel Correa, Miguel Ortiz, Bladimir Compas; Edil Carrión, José Ernesto Romero, Jorge Hernán Orgaz, Freddy Chispas; José Cababa y Martín Palavicini.

Wilstermann – Aurora

– both from Cochabamba

Los Rojos (The Reds) are intended to give another joy to his fans, after he devoted champions of the Winter Cup at odds, also helped them to be in good physical condition and mood and take on his classic foe.

Aurora comes to this encounter with the same predisposition that his rival, after beating Uruguay Cerro length by 2 to 1 for the first phase of the Copa Sudamericana. Charles da Silva would be new to the team of coach Julio Cesar Baldivieso.

Wilstermann con un esquema de 4-3-3 formaría con: Hugo Suárez; Maximiliano Andrada, Edward Zenteno, Mauro Zanotti, Gerson García, Jaime Cardozo, Nicolás Suárez, Cristian Zárate, Augusto Andaveris, Lucas De Francesco y Pablo Salinas.

Aurora entraría al campo de juego con: Pablo Lanz; Carmelo Angulo, Diego Blanco, Osvaldo Medina, Iván Huayhuata, Edgar Olivares, Carlos Guzmán, Ronald Rodríguez, Mauricio Baldivieso, Vladimir Castellón y Rodrigo Vargas. APG

San Jose – Nacional Potosí

After leak Clausura Championship title, San Jose wants to fit in the top of the table.The saint will be visited Potosi at 16:00 National Stadium in Jesus Bermudez.

Marcos Ferrufino, like its aimed reiterated that, in this championship, the purpose is concentrated in the first place with a different team away as determined to sign several other campuses, including the goalkeeper Carlos Lampe, who now holds in Bolivar .

Juan Carlos Paz Garcia, has some choices to assemble the eleven principal is also because the Colombian John Obregon, recently joined the preparation and is in good physical condition. In practice football coach the team tested would enter from the first minute of play with Gaston Nelsson Mealla and Sosa in the attack.

La V azulada formaría con: José Peñarrieta; Didi Torrico, Douglas Ferrufino, Aníbal Torrico, Juan Pablo Fernández, Ignacio García, Sebastián Carrizo, Marcelo Gomes, Abdón Reyes, Carlos Saucedo y Cristian Ruiz.

Mientras que Nacional Potosí lo haría con: Matías Garavano; Miguel Hurtado, Rafael Segovia, Claudio Centurión, Juan Pablo Aponte, Eduardo Melgar, Edson Zenteno, Fernando Brandán, Gary Paz, Gastón Mealla y Nelson Sossa. APG

Universitario – The Strongest

Universitario formaría esta tarde con: Federico Elduayen en el arco; Saúl Torres, Vinicius Delazare, Ricardo Braz y Enrique Flores en la defensa; Luis Liendo, Juan Eduardo Fierro, Edgar Escalante y Eduardo Bastos en el medio campo; Carlos Vargas y Gabriel Ríos en el ataque.

The Strongest lo haría con: Andrés Jemio en la portería; Enrique Parada, Luis Méndez, Marcos Barrera y Diego Wayar en la defensa; Nelvin Soliz, Wálter Veizaga, Alejandro Chumacero, Mauricio Saucedo y Pablo Escobar en el medio campo; Luis Melgar en el ataque.

Oriente Petrolero – La Paz

The 1-0 victory that earned East Oil Guarani against Paraguay in the Copa Sudamericana motivates the Santa Cruz campus to get another win against the La Paz Football Club today at 19:00 at the Estadio Ramon Tahuichi in his debut in the Apertura championship 2012-2013.

The coach Erwin Sanchez will make a change in the lineup that won the victory on Thursday. Midfielder Hernan Zanni will not be part of the eleventh, his place will be taken forward by Adrian Cuellar.

Así formaría Oriente Petrolero: Sebastián Britos; Miguel Hoyos, Ronny Montero, Mariano Brau, Marvin Bejarano, Pedro Azogue, Wilder Zabala, Gualberto Mojica, Juan Felipe Alves, Adrián Cuéllar y Danilo Carando.

Entre tanto La Paz FC lo haría con: David Torrico; Enrique Bustillos, Herman Soliz, Carlos Hermosa, Raúl Reque, Carlos Arias, Carlos Marandipi, Helmuth Gutiérrez, Daniel Mancilla, Jorge Cortez y Marco Ovejero. APG

Teofilo Stevenson, R.I.P.

“What is one million dollars compared to the love of eight million Cubans?”

Teofilo Stevenson

1952 – 2012

Former Cuban boxing legend Teofilo Stevenson died yesterday of a heart attack. He was 60.

Stevenson won three Olympic Gold medals (1972 in Munich, 1976 in Montreal and 1980 in Moscow). There was a good chance Stevenson could have won a fourth Gold at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles but Cuba was part of the Soviet boycott. Tyrell Biggs won the Gold for the U.S. Interestingly, Biggs lost twice to Stevenson in amateur competition. I remember seeing Stevenson knock out Biggs in the first of their two fights on ABC’s Wide World of Sportswith the late Don Chevrier on color commentary. At the time, Stevenson was in his early 30s and was considered by some to be over the hill. He certainly wasn’t over the hill in his fights with Biggs and his right hand could knock out the best of them.

However, Stevenson was a controversial figure. In the early 1970’s, Stevenson turned down a million dollars to fight Muhammad Ali. Stevenson said:

I don’t believe in professionalism, only in revolution. I tell these men from America, these promoters, that money means nothing to me. What is one million dollars compared to the love of eight million Cubans?

More like what is one million dollars compared to the love of Fidel? Stevenson was an ardent apologist for the Castro regime. Indeed, in November 1999, Stevenson got into altercation with a man at the Miami International Airport who criticized Fidel. Stevenson was subsequently arrested for headbutting a United Airlines employee who was apparently not involved in the argument. Stevenson said at the time, “I don’t let anyone insult my Revolution, nor my people, nor, above all, the ‘commandante’.” Stevenson went back to Cuba and did not attend the court proceedings against him.

Nevertheless, Stevenson was one of the greatest practitioners of his sport.