The Saint let the train pass

A change of course for Suárez

Tristan Suarez He is going through a rough patch and relegation is getting closer. After the last defeat against a direct rival, such as San Telmo, Juan Manuel LlopHe resigned from his position as coach. El Chocho was in charge of 21 games: five wins, four draws and twelve losses.

As a result of that, the Board of Directors did not take long to move and called an experienced Ascent as it is Fabian Nardozza. The former manager of Admiral Brown, Los Andes, Chicago, Platense and All Boys among others, he grabbed the reins of the Tambero with the aim of achieving permanence in the First National.

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There are 10 dates left for the tournament to end and very tough rivals appear in the Tambero fixture. Many of them from the hierarchy, other rivals who also seek to stay in the second category. In the final stretch, Nardozza will have little time to right the ship that is sinking today.

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