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Celta Vigo plan to reassign Boss Eduardo Berizzo

Sat 07 November 2020 | 15:59

Celta Vigo have already intended to part ways with current coach Oscar Garcia Junyent and will reassign their former boss Eduardo Berizzo

The Galician club have already decided to dismiss

Garcia

after Friday night’s La Liga match against Elche and make the change over the international break.

Berizzo

is currently boss of the Paraguayan national side and a substantial amount of money would have to be paid to the Paraguayan FA to secure his appointment.

Marcelino García Toral and Chacho Coudet are other options at Balaidos, although the latter have already rejected the offer.

Berizzo

began his managerial career at Argentinian club Estudiantes before moving to Chilean side O’Higgins in 2011, before replacing Luis Enrique at Celta Vigo in 2014.

The Argentine managed 148 games for Celta over the course of three seasons, of which he won 61 – a win percentage of 41.22.

Berizzo

went on to coach both Sevilla – he was recovering from prostate cancer at the time of his sacking in December 2017 – and Athletic Club Bilbao in La Liga, while he is currently boss of the Paraguayan national side.

Juan Carlos Unzué, Antonio Mohamed, Miguel Cardoso, Fran Escribá and now

Óscar García

have all struggled at Celta since

Berizzo’

s exit, with the club continually battling against relegation.


source: SportMob