Ruben Capria He resigned today from his position as technical secretary of racinga few days after ending his contractual relationship with the institution of Avellaneda. The “Mago”, who had arrived at the “Academy” in the role of sports manager at the beginning of 2021communicated the decision to the board of directors, headed by the president Victor White.
According to sources close to the club, the former footballer Racing, Newell’s Old Boys and Students of La Plataamong other teams, would have decided to leave their position due to the health problem of a family member and not due to issues related to their activity.
Under his leadership racing hired Juan Antonio Pizzi and Fernando Gagoin addition to the interim work of Claudio Ubeda and the duo made up of Sebastian Grazzini and Ezequiel Videla.
The relationship of the “albicelestes” fans with Capria was worn out as a result of some negative sporting results and they made it felt in several games in which racing played at home.
The most notable events that aroused disapproval and discomfort on the part of the supporters were, among others, having lost the championship of the Professional League 2022 and not having qualified for the next edition of the Libertadores Cupin addition to the elimination in the current League Cup and the Liberatorsin view of Central Rosary and Mouthrespectively.
Some of the names that are heard to take the place of Capria are Andrew D’Alessandro, Lisandro Lopez and the Chilean Marcelo Diaz.
During the afternoon there will be a board of directors meeting to reach an agreement on the steps to follow at the institutional level.
The possible replacement of Capriain addition to the next first team coach, will be some of the topics to be discussed among the club’s most important leaders.
Among the names that are being handled as possible replacements for the outgoing technical duo made up of Videla and Grazzinithose of Gustavo Costaschampion as a player and with a past as a coach, and Diego Coccachampion as a technician in 2014.
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