Commotion on the climb: they found a UAI player dead Urquiza


Hard news has invaded and saddened the rise of Argentine football. César Borda, defender of UAI Urquiza, team that plays in the First Metropolitan B, He was found dead in his house by his father during the dawn wednesday.

The right side of 25 years, who made the lower divisions in Lanús and played in workshops of climbing medicine, he was in the institution of Villa Lynch from the middle of 2018. The news was confirmed by UAI Urquiza in its social networks, although the causes are unknown until the moment.

Borda debuted in the first division at the "Garnet" in 2013 with 19 years old, in a duel for the Copa Argentina, that finished with a victory by 1 to 0 on the UAI Urquiza, that years later I would hire him. However, most of his career was done in Remedios de Escalada.

There Chavo was part of the First C to Metropolitan B in 2015 after the team was seven years in that category and even collaborated with a goal in a 3-0 over Cañuelas. For two seasons, he was a key player in this team in the third category of Argentine football, until he made the jump to "Furgonero".

Former coach Christian Aldirico and current Christian Bassedas have made him the regular starter on the team. In total, he played 19 out of 25 matches in this team's tournament. In addition, the lateral was part of the initial training the previous day, during the 2-0 defeat against the Workshops (RE) in the 25th round of Metro B.

O Clube Atlético Lanús and Scaled Medicine Workshops, their previous teams, also gave their condolences to the athlete's family in social networks. Other entities of different categories joined in the farewell of the young man.

The UAI Urquiza statement:

With immense sadness, UAI Urquiza Sports Club regret to inform the death of César Borda, member of the men's soccer team of our institution.

In this moment of deep pain, we accompany your family and your affections in the face of such an irreparable loss.

The memory of César Borda will be engraved forever in the memory of the team, leaders, fans and family of UAI Urquiza Sports Club.


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