Pablo “Cholo” Guiñazú presented his resignation as Atlético Tucumán coach on Thursday, after having directed only six games to that team in the first division of the Argentine Professional League.

The former footballer from Talleres de Córdoba and Independiente took office six dates ago after the departure of Omar De Felippe, but in these weeks he did not manage to win any games and carries a streak of four defeats.

To top it off, on Wednesday at the José Fierro stadium in San Miguel Atlético he was beaten 4-0 by the Buenos Aires team Defensa y Justicia. “There is no answer, there are no sensations. I set the limits alone, I understand moments, I understand situations, which can be reversed quickly or not. If I go so far as to say that I am taking a step to the side, it is by giving the players the right so that they can reverse the situation, ”Cholo commented at the press conference after the defeat.

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