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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

After retirement, Tevez began DT career at Rosario Central

Buenos Aires ( Associated Press) — Boca Juniors overwhelmed by demands and taking a year off, Carlos Tevez formalized his retirement as a football player and a few days later joined Rosario Central, a popular club in the interior of Argentina. Got a new coach. , Which drags on bad campaigns in recent seasons.

“Apache has become the new Auriazul coach, after signing a contract with the club for 12 months,” Central said on his Twitter account on Tuesday, shortly after the former footballer arrived at the Arroyo Seco city training ground on the outskirts of Rosario. announced ahead of time. To meet your goals – about 280 kilometers north of Buenos Aires.

Tevez, 38, will conduct his first practice behind closed doors in the afternoon and will be presented at a stadium known as “Gigante de Arroito” at 1930 local time (2230 GMT).

A year earlier, the then-captain of Boca put his football career on hold because he did not feel strong enough to deal with the demands of the popular Argentine club. Despite the fact that he received several offers to continue playing for the United States and teams in his home country, the striker took a break until two weeks ago when he officially announced his retirement.

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Central, meanwhile, were looking for a coach following the resignation of Leandro Somoza in mid-June due to a lack of reinforcements.

Tevez, who has not yet completed a coaching course, will be escorted by Carlos Retegui, the former coach of the men’s and women’s field hockey teams in Argentina, who has the official title of directing football. The coaching staff will be complete with Tevez’s brothers.

Tevez’s arrival has not yet created great expectations among Central fans as he has never played for that team and is highly identified with Boca, a club of which he is a self-admitted fan. At the same time, a group of Canalla members filed appeals in the courts to investigate an investment group involving the new coach, who would bring many famous players to the club.

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In Argentina, the clubs are non-profit civil society and the plaintiffs suspect that the central board of directors may have delegated the management of professional football to businessman Christian Bragarnik, which is not permitted in its statutes.

“We are not a trading platform or an empty shell,” warned opposition leader Carlos del Frad in talks with state agency Telam. “Central is much more than a business. We will continue the process of meetings and resistance to these dark maneuvers that threaten the very existence of the club.”

Tevez, who also played for Corinthians in Brazil, Manchester City, Manchester United and West Ham in England, and Juventus in Italy, and played in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups with Argentina, next Friday, as coach for the fifth round against Gymnastics. Will debut in League Argentina. Central March in 18th place with four units, five less than leader Boca.

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