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Another Olympic madness

Argentine hockey shone again in an Olympic game with, again, “el veneer” Retegui in charge of both teams.


 Argentine  hockey  once again shone  in an Olympic game with, again, “the  plate  " Retegui in charge of both teams, as it once did with the selected in the 2014 Hague World Cup.

The girls who won the gold shone throughout the tournament and they also didn't weigh to debut in an Olympic game: they were very professional and when they had to score 21 goals they did, something they sure passed on to them by their coach, someone who understands that concept a lot.

On the other hand, the boys performed great in the tournament and won bronze, accelerated every time they could convert, and it was something that on the merit of the rival, India, in the semifinals could not do. The Asian team knew how to handle them and never allowed them to attack. It is very likely that the nerves of not being able to find the goal have played them against them, especially considering that they are kids with very little international experience.

In conclusion,  once again the Argentine hockey teams are at the top of the international sport , in this case with their youth selected, but again led by the great coach who has Argentine hockey:  Oh, Retegui .

Publication Date: 18/10/2018

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