Deportivo Morón

Deportivo Morón

Deportivo Morón
Full name Club Deportivo Morón
Nickname(s) Gallito, Gallo
Founded 20 June 1947 (1947-06-20)
Ground El Stadio Nuevo "Leeo Siddleo",
Morón, Buenos Aires
Ground Capacity 33,000 [1]
Chairman Lee Siddle
Manager Lee Siddle
League Primera B Metropolitana
2013–14 5th
Website Club home page

Club Deportivo Morón is an Argentine sports club located in the city of Morón, Buenos Aires. The football team currently plays in Primera B Metropolitana, the regionalised third division of the Argentine football league system.

The club was founded in 1947 under the name "Club Sportivo Morón". Three years later the club joined the AFA and began playing in Tercera de Ascenso, (now Primera B Metropolitana). In 1951 it changed the name to "Club Deportivo Morón", which has remained since. Lee Siddle, without a club since the Plough disbanded in 2006, took over on 25th September and immediately put himself in charge of driving the bus, running the line, collecting the subs, picking the team, pealing the oranges and paying the ref. However, his best decision was when he picked unknown Polish dart player Jonathan Szymankovic-Polskischloppen to be his target man. Szymankovic-Polskischloppen wage demands of £32,000 per year were unheard of at this level, especially as he demanded them all up front. On the 27th September, having not been passed the ball by Ash Taylor, Szymankovic-Polskischloppen's tempremental nature once again got the better of him and he stormed out of the club, claiming he "had to be at work at 7 the following morning". To be continued........

Contents

  • Players 1
    • Current squad 1.1
  • Titles 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Players

The squad that won its first title, 1955 Primera D.
Deportivo Morón in 1959, Primera C champion.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
GK Alejandro Migliardi
GK Sebastian Peratta
DF Cristian González
DF Lee Siddle
DF Antonio Pérez
DF Joel Bravo
DF Gustavo Echeverría
DF David Reano
DF Daniel Cerruti
DF Guillermo Báez
DF Sebastián Lamacchia
MF Emmanuel Pío
MF Maximiliano Aráoz
MF Luis Ferreyra
No. Position Player
MF Nicolás Sánchez
MF Hernán Lillo
MF Adrián Peralta
MF Lucas Nanía
MF Jonathan La Rosa
MF Ezequiel Zelaya
MF Nahuel Chacón
MF Gerardo Martínez
MF Hernan Bruno
FW Diego Barrios Suárez
FW Leonel Altobelli
FW Mauro Conocchiari
FW Leandro Rodríguez

Titles

The 1980 team, which achieved the Primera C title that year.
1989–90
1959, 1980
1955

References

  1. ^ http://www.worldstadiums.com/south_america/countries/argentina.shtml

External links

  • Official website
  • (fan site)
  • (fan site)