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LAFC loan midfielder Francisco Ginella to Nacional

LAFC have loaned midfielder Francisco Ginella to Uruguayan top-flight side Nacional on a 12-month contract that carries into the summer of 2023. Ginella arrived at LAFC in December 2019 as a U22 Initiative player, joining Uruguayan side Montevideo Wanderers. He departs after recording one goal and six assists across 54 regular-season appearances in the last two and a half seasons.
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LAFC Loans Midfielder Francisco Ginella To Uruguay’s Club Nacional

LAFC announced today that the Club has loaned midfielder Francisco Ginella to Club Nacional de Football of Uruguay’s First Division. The deal, which begins immediately, is a 12-month loan agreement. “Francisco is a young player with a bright career ahead of him, and we are grateful for his contributions...
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Francisco Ginella loaned to Club Nacional

Well, it’s official, erm...sort of. 23-year-old midfielder, Francisco Ginella, has been reportedly loaned out to Uruguayan Primera División side, Club Nacional de Football. The move has yet to actually be confirmed by LAFC, however them taking their time didn't seem to stop Nacional from announcing it on their end.
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LAFC confirm Francisco Ginella has Green Card, Diego Rossi transfer not done yet

MLS teams need to meet roster compliance deadlines for the upcoming 2022 season by Friday, and with LAFC co-president John Thorrington and new director of football operations Marco Antonio Garces speaking to reporters on Wednesday, we got some updates ahead of Saturday’s season opener. Thorrington confirmed that midfielder Francisco...
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LAFC 2021 Player Postmortem: Francisco Ginella

I’ll be honest, I’m not really sure what happened to Francisco Ginella in 2021. When he arrived at LAFC ahead of the 2020 season, he was thrust into action right away, starting the club’s first-ever Concacaf Champions League game, on the road, in Mexico. The Uruguayan was fantastic, taking the role of the passing metronome. While there wasn’t a result on the night for LAFC in that game, it seemed like a very auspicious start for the midfielder.