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César Luis Menotti died: messages from the world of football

César Luis Menotti died: messages from the world of football

The former technical director of the Argentine National Team died at the age of 85.

The director of the National Teams and former World Champion coach in Argentina in 1978, César Luis Menotti, died this afternoon, at the age of 85, as confirmed by the Argentine Football Association (AFA).

“The Argentine Football Association regrets to report with great sadness the death of César Luis Menotti, current Director of National Teams and former World Champion coach of @Argentina. Goodbye, Flaco dear!” wrote the AFA on its social networks.

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Menotti was in a delicate state of health and had been hospitalized for 12 days, a little over a month ago, due to “severe anemia”, for which he had undergone surgery, which he successfully passed, and then received the medical discharge to return home.

The situation of the emblematic DT had been complicated due to thrombophlebitis, while his physical weakness prolonged his stay in the hospital until April 12.

“Flaco” had already had a health mishap in August of last year, when he suffered internal bleeding as a result of a fall at home, which also required a period of hospitalization before his recovery.

The AFA confirmed this afternoon his death in the middle of the League Cup final between Estudiantes de La Plata and Vélez, and ordered a minute of silence to be held at halftime of the match played at the Madre de Ciudades stadium in Santiago del Estero.

The death of César Luis Menotti: the message from Conmebol

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The death of César Luis Menotti: minute of silence at halftime between Estudiantes and Vélez

The death of César Luis Menotti: the message of Javier Milei

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The message of sports clubs

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