Pain on the way up: Gustavo Raggio, the coach of Estudiantes de Río Cuarto, died

Pain on the way up: Gustavo Raggio, the coach of Estudiantes de Río Cuarto, died

The coach of Estudiantes de Río Cuarto, Gustavo Raggio, died at the age of 52 affected by bilateral pneumonia for which he had been admitted to intensive care. fifteen days ago with the assistance of an artificial respirator.

The Córdoba club issued a statement to remind Raggio and confirm the news: “Students communicate with deep pain and sadness that at 7:06 p.m. we were notified of the death of our technical director, Mr. Gustavo Raggio”he indicated.

“With a great career in football, Gustavo had been working at our institution since the beginning of January, when took on the challenge of carrying out the club’s football destinies, developing with total professionalism and delivering his task to the limit of his strength.. We join in the pain of their families, relatives and friends in this difficult moment and we send them our most sincere condolences,” the Córdoba entity expressed in the text.

Quilmes He also fired the coach: “May you rest in peace, Carozo. Quilmes will not forget you” since Raggio knew how to play for the “Cervecero” and achieved promotion to the First Division in 2003.

During his time as a footballer, the unfortunate coach played as a central marker and his first team was Newell’s Old Boys until he finished his career in Argentino, also from Rosario.

Raggio He began his career as a coach in the youth ranks of Newell’s Old Boys and this year he had arrived at Estudiantes de Río Cuarto, to coach them in the Primera Nacional, after having coached Douglas Haig from Pergamino, in the Federal A.

The coach was admitted to intensive care at the Río Cuarto Medical Institute and his condition worsened on Monday afternoon, when the club announced that “he presented instability of vital signs.”

The coach had been hospitalized last Monday the 5th, when he developed dehydration and pneumonia, after having directed the match on the first day of the tournament against Deportivo Madryn (1-0).

The farewell to the club where he was born

Newell’s Old Boys, the entity where he trained as a player, mourned the death of Gustavo Raggiocoach of Estudiantes de Río Cuarto, who died from bilateral pneumonia at the age of 52.

Carozo, who as a red and black player played 127 games and became champion in 1992, physically left us today at the age of 52. We send strength and our most sincere condolences to his family and loved ones. May you rest in peace, leper,” wrote the institution of Rosario’s Independence Park.

The unfortunate coach developed the lower divisions in the ‘red and black’ club, after being born in Villa Constitución, 60 kilometers from Rosario.

Raggio He debuted as a central marker in the First Division in the 1991 season and became champion the following year, with Marcelo Bielsa as a coach. He also played for Estudiantes de La Plata, Banfield, Unión de Santa Fe, San Martín de San Juan, Quilmes, San Martín and Independiente Rivadavia, both from Mendoza, plus Argentino de Rosario, where he finished his career in 2007.

That’s how they fired him

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