Daniel Angelici

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Daniel Angelici in 2011

Daniel Angelici nicknamed The Lightning was elected president of Boca Juniors in December 2011 on the same day Boca Juniors was becoming champion against Banfield.[1] The poll started at 14:00 and finish 1 hour before the match. On 2012 Juan Roman Riquelme abandoned Boca Juniors and the fans accused Daniel. On the last match against Godoy Cruz the whole stadium insulted him and the coach Julio Cesar Falcioni. The day after, Falcioni quit and Angelici went for the historical coach of Boca Juniors and brought Carlos Bianchi over after three days and one weekend deciding if he would come back to the club that made him win 9 titles. After this meeting they arranged for Carlos Bianchi's coming back to Boca Juniors.


  1. ^ "Il Boca è campione. Angelici presidente". Corriere dello Sport. 5 December 2011. Retrieved 17 January 2012. 

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