Pablo Cavallero is no longer Velez Sarsfield’s manager

Pablo Cavallero left this Friday of being the soccer manager of Vélez Sarsfield, entity in which he worked for almost four seasons.

The Liniers club made the ex-guardian’s departure official from the institution and argued that the separation was “by mutual agreement.”

Cavallero, 47 years old, had assumed his role as manager of the professional roster at the end of 2017.

The former goalkeeper of the Argentine team at the 2002 Japan-Korea World Cup He suggested opportunely the hiring of the current coach, the Cordoba Mauricio Pellegrino, after the departure of Gabriel Heinze, who went to Major League Soccer (MLS) of the United States.

At the end of its management as a football manager, according to the supporter site Saturday Velez, El Fortin incorporated 30 footballers, in which “it spent an amount close to 16 million dollars.”

Cavallero’s departure opens the chance that the current leadership, under the leadership of President Sergio Rapisarda, begins negotiations for the return of Christian Bassedas, from previous experience in that position in the entity.

In another order, the probable formation of the team to face River Plate this Saturday at the Monumental stadium will be with Luke Holes; Thomas Guidara, Matías of the Saints, Michael Brizuela, Francisco Ortega; Frederick Mancuello, Santiago Caseres; Agustin Bouzat, Thiago Almada, Luke Janson; Juan Martin bright Star.

On the other hand, the midfielder Franco Cáseres, 20 years old, will renew their relationship until December 2023 and It will be loaned to Croatian football.

While, goalkeeper Matías Borgogno could be loaned to Rodas of the second division of football from Greece.

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