This past Monday the Bravos de FC Juarez started their second week of preseason workouts in their practice facilities outside Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. The workouts resumed after the Bravos were on break for 15 days. Here is some notes regarding the most notable developments that have occurred since May 29. -The open market draft is taking place today in Cancun, Quintana Roo.
Bravos de FC Juarez lost the 2017 Clausura Finals in the Ascenso MX League to Lobos BUAP by an aggregate score of 4-2. The defeat ended the aspirations of everyone involved with Bravos, from the front office to their fan base, of obtaining the ultimate goal of playing in a promotion final and winning it to be promoted into Liga MX, Mexico's premiere soccer division. A little more than 48 hours removed from the disappointing defeat, now all involved with the team are asking, "what went wrong?".
Bravos de FC Juarez were defeated by Lobos BUAP by a score of 2-1 (4-2 aggregate) Saturday night at Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium in the second leg of the 2017 Clausura final. The win by the visiting team gave them the Ascenso MX League championship for the season and a chance at being promoted into Liga MX, Mexico's premier soccer division. Lobos will now move on to the promotion final against Dorados de Sinaloa to see what team will be promoted.
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