Omar De Felippe stopped being the coach of Atlético Tucumán

Omar De Felippe stopped being the technical director of Atlético Tucumán on Tuesday, as reported by the club after the defeat on Monday night against Talleres in Córdoba, within the framework of a weak campaign by the Dean in the Professional Football League tournament.

“The board of the Atlético Tucumán club reports that Omar De Felippe is no longer the technical director of our institution. We thank him and his coaching staff for their professionalism and gift of people,” the club said on its official Twitter account.

With 16 points in 15 games played, Atlético Tucumán is ranked 21st. of the standings, on 26 teams. They won four games, drew four and lost seven in the current championship.

The fall to Talleres – within the logic of the way since he was a visitor to none other than River’s escort in the contest – meant the sixth meeting in a row without triumphs of the tucumanos, with only two points achieved in that period and the worrying mark of a goal in favor, to top it off against (Lisandro López in the 1-2 against Boca).

De Felippe, 59, came to Atlético to occupy the seat left by none other than Ricardo Zielinski, a true emblem in the Tucuman club: 124 games, 51 victories, 34 equalities and 39 falls, with an effectiveness of 50.2 percent in terms of points obtained.

In 30 games in the Dean, De Felippe accumulated 10 wins, seven draws and 13 defeats, with an effectiveness of 41 percent.

Anyway, Atlético Tucumán is comfortable in the averages, currently occupying 14th place with a total of 66 points in 52 games.

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