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This is how Jonathan Rodríguezs goal was experienced at the court level, the one that earned the title for @CruzAzul, the second for La Maquina in the series and the one that the Azteca Stadium sang pic.twitter.com/JIG2iRX2gv – Liga BBVA MX (@LigaBBVAMX) May 31, 2021
The Cruz Azul success has some lessons that entrepreneurs can embrace for every day life.
1. Group work
Cement coach Juan Reynoso became part of the Cruz Azul team that won the last versus León in 1997 when he played for the group as captain and center-back.
Peruvian by birth, but Mexican by conviction, yesterday Reynoso ended up being the very first coach to win both as a gamer and as a coach. Hes typically subtle, but throughout the competition I make strategic choices that werent always popular.
After an extremely soulless first half, Reynoso put his team on the waist so that they offered their all on the court in the second half. “Reynoso screwed up all of us (at halftime), however happy with the result, the team got up on time,” Pablo Aguilar informed Marca.
For his part, Reynoso stated for the Claro site that “in some cases we are not in the right location and time, one returns in time and makes memory, gamers and classification professionals passed by who might not have this accomplishment and has us in the clouds with what we achieve Life puts you where you should have, I speak for Cata (Domínguez), Chuy (Corona) and (Adrián) Aldrete, who I have actually seen them weep in difficult times and today I saw them sob with pleasure. Individuals from this club who are guaranteed of their future, this championship took away their dream and today it became a reality. ”
Entrepreneurial lesson: Get begun in something you truly know and trust your experience and the knowledge you have gotten in your market. You have been given a special viewpoint that, while not always apparent to others, will be based upon empirical knowledge.
The official sale of tickets for the meeting in Cruz Azul and Santos Laguna started on Wednesday with costs from 450 to 1,200 pesos. That is why we Mexicans (and many Latin Americans) stated, half jokingly and half seriously, that the cement team had a curse. Its not that Cruz Azul is a bad team. Many of Cruz Azuls fans were not even born in 1997 when the cement team raised its eighth cup. In these 23 years numerous of them never left their team.
Numerous of Cruz Azuls fans were not even born in 1997 when the cement group lifted its eighth cup. In these 23 years many of them never ever left their team.
Entrepreneurial Lesson: Never undervalue the power of words of motivation. Whether they are your moms and dads, pals, partner, coworkers or children, having someone on your court will offer you your house for that 90-minute video game plus overtime and charges that is entrepreneurship. Try to find mentors to guide you and of course, offer you a word of encouragement.
The other day Cruz Azul broke a curse of 23 years and reveals us that we can all overcome bad spells, no matter for how long they might be.
AN INCREDIBLE STORY! @CruzAzul waited to duplicate this postcard for 23 years and tonight, he ended the trophy drought for his cause; Jesús Corona and Julio Domínguez, the captains. pic.twitter.com/vsfetKSCuP – Liga BBVA MX (@LigaBBVAMX) May 31, 2021
3. Have hugely devoted fans
It seems like a very apparent lesson when we speak about a sports team, but the truth is that Cruz Azul showed to have a more conformed group. Jesús Corona, Julio César Domínguez, Pablo Aguilar, Juan Escobar, Ignacio Rivero, Rafael Baca, Luis Romo, Pol Fernández, Orbelín Pineda, Roberto Alvarado and Jonathan Cabecita Rodríguez were the 11 owners of the Machine who fought to give whatever in the basketball court.
Special case is Jesús Corona, the groups goalkeeper. For him, the success is even sweeter when he is 40 years old and has actually thrived versus the Lagunero goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo, 25.
” It is attained thanks to the work, the dedication of this group and it provides me excellent enjoyment for the team, training personnel and fans that currently deserved it,” Corona told the Marca portal.
Entrepreneurial Lesson: Fill your group with excellent gamers and trust them. And let the most skilled do their task.
2. A leader who knows the operation
It appears that these are unreal times for world football. Just in this year did the reign of Juventus in Italy end; the dupolio of champs of the Spanish league of Real Madrid-Barcelona was destroyed with the success of Atlético de Madrid; in France, the hegemony of Paris Saint Germain ended with the victory of Lille and in Portugal Sporting Lisbon won for the first time in nearly 20 years.
And the other day, Cruz Azul was champ in Mexico.
This Sunday, May 30, 2021, the cement team broke with a curse of 23 years and increased as first division champion in Liga MX.
The main sale of tickets for the conference in Cruz Azul and Santos Laguna started on Wednesday with rates from 450 to 1,200 pesos. In resale the tickets varied from 3,000 to 8,000 pesos outside the Azteca Stadium. This was due to the reality that fans could only inhabit 25% of the locations in the Colossus of Santa Úrsula, allowing “only” 20,267 individuals.
The history of this soccer club, -which emerged in Hidalgo, but which was made in Mexico City with victories in the 70s-, had actually won for the last time in the 1997 winter competition. For decades, the” Azul “approached the cup sometimes, only to stop working in the last minutes of the specifying matches. A lot so that the word” crosszulear” ended up being a word of use (and which is under evaluation by the Royal Academy of the Spanish Language) to discuss the minute when you slip up simply before reaching what you want.
That is why we Mexicans (and numerous Latin Americans) said, half jokingly and half seriously, that the cement team had a curse. Its not that Cruz Azul is a bad group. He has actually won numerous continental titles and regularly finishes among the very best on the table. He had not raised a glass for 23 years.
This Sunday, regardless of all the memes and jokes, Cruz Azul won 2-1 on aggregate against Santos Laguna de Torreón.
With goals from Luis Romo in the first leg and Cabecita Rodríguez in the second leg, the cement manufacturers immediately made a place in the Concachampions League.
This article was equated from our
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