San Lorenzo goalkeeper Pablo Migliore's season has gone from bad to worse, after it was announced that he would be out for two months due to contracting Hepatitis.
Migliore started the season injured and saw his place taken for the first three games by Damian Albil. 'El Loco' finally made his season bow on Saturday in a home win over All Boys.
He missed training yesterday though complaining of stomach pains, and after receiving word back from the club doctor earlier today his coach Ramon Diaz confirmed in a press conference that he is suffering from Hepatitis B and will have to spend 30 days in complete rest from physical activity.
"It was confirmed that he has Hepatitis B and he is going to be out of the team for a time, with controls, with a special diet and a break from sport," club doctor Juan Carlos Rodolfe added.
Diaz also referred to the Ciclon's next match, a clasico against Migliore's former employers Boca Juniors at the Bombonera.
"It is a great game to play, we know how important it is and also how to play it," 'El Pelado' affirmed in today's chat, while closing by insisting that his team "have the intention of going there to win".