Central Rosary welcomed him to Carlos Tevez this Tuesday and formalized his arrival as the new coach of Canalla with a video on social networks. It will be “El Apache’s” first experience as a coach, since he signed a 12-month contract with the club and will replace Leandro Somoza.
“The town is a fan of Central! Welcome Carlos Tavez to the most Passionate Club in the World”, posted the Rosario club in a video with images of the neighborhood, the court and Tevez, whom they defined as “the town player“, wearing the shirts of the Argentine national team and the different clubs he passed through in his career.
“The Apache became the new auriazul trainerafter signing a contract with the Club for 12 months. Carlos “El Chapa” Reteguiwill be a member of his coaching staff,” they added in another post, referring to the former coach of the Leonas, the Argentine women’s field hockey team.
You look was at the stadium last night Velez watching the team he will lead from this Tuesday, which fell 2-0 to the Liniers team. Today he will direct his first practice and will be presented at a press conference at the Rosario Central campus at 7:30 p.m.
Central is scheduled to face Gimnasia next Friday from 7:00 p.m. at the Gigante de Arroyito, but the Professional League will be asked to move the game to Sunday afternoon, anticipating that there will be a crowd in the stadium to witness the debut as coach of the former Boca player and the National Team.
Central fans present an amparo in Justice
Meanwhile, a group of 70 partners announced that they will present an injunction before the Justice against the arrival of “Carlitos” and the businessman Christian Bragnikas confirmed to Télam by the doctor from Rosario George Kohenafter an assembly held at the Central Foundation Headquarters.
“So that the heritage of the club is preserved,” and “so that the contract with Tevez and Bragarnik is known,” he explained.
And I add: “the partners convened in assembly because we do not want Central to become a public limited company. We are fighting against neoliberalism, which invades even the most intimate feelings of the people.” A part of the board of directors and some former trustees such as Germán Peralta and Carlos Del Frade also participated in the assembly.