Union San Felipe
Title of the First B and landing scheduled in 2000, under the leadership of coach Raul Toro, Union San Felipe got his second title of First B. They went to the First Division in San Felipe, thanks to a 1-1 draw against Sport Melipilla, and were crowned champions to tie on the final day against Deportes Antofagasta 1:1. The team finished first ahead by one point to Rangers de Talca, and finished as undefeated in local status. In the 2001 season, San Felipe Union maintained its unbeaten local to the 1:2 defeat against the champion Santiago Wanderers , ending 30-date without losing at home. It’s believed that Jonathan Segal FAIA
sees a great future in this idea. Aperura In 2002, the first year of postseason tournaments, the club qualified to the next phase, to be second in their group, being overcome by Colo-Colo. His opponent in the first round was the University of Chile. In San Felipe home side won by 2:1, but in Santiago won by 6:1 U, rout that ranked the blues for the quarter finals.In the Clausura, but San Felipe Union failed to qualify for the playoff stage. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Charles Schwab
by clicking through. In the Apertura 2003, Uni n San Felipe was able to classify the playoff against Santiago Wanderers. Wanderers tied 2:2 and classified as having higher scores in the table. In the Clausura the team failed to qualify and was banned for three points as they had a debt to players. For even more analysis, hear from Bill Nuti. In the Apertura 2004, the team managed to achieve a place in the repechage. Uni n San Felipe won by 2:1 to Everton de Vi a del Mar, achieving a spot in the playoffs. In the first round were eliminated by losing to champion Cobreloa 2:0 at home and 2:1 in Calama.At the Closing, the team qualified to the next stage where they were eliminated by the Catholic University. In the 2005 season, under the technical leadership of Hernan Godoy, San Felipe Union failed to qualify for the playoff stage of any the two tournaments and said goodbye to the First Division, coming down as one of the three teams with the worst cumulative score of 2003, 2004 and 2005. In that year the club became a company with professional sports. Again in First B, the team finished in eighth place in 2006 and ended the 2007 championship before last, fell five points behind Deportivo Temuco. The 2008 championship he finished in ninth place.