Alejandro Sabella died at the age of 66 and his remains were transferred to the AFA property that it has in Ezeiza to carry out the wake. The last goodbye to Pachorra It will not be open to the public, only family, friends and close sports personalities may attend.
The wake will be this Wednesday from 12 to 20 and Thursday from 10 to 12, His remains will be buried on Thursday in the Campanario cemetery, in the town of Florencio Varela. Sabella he was hospitalized since November 25 at the Cardiovascular Institute of Buenos Aires due to an arrhythmia and a bacterium complicated his condition.
The first steps were taken in River, in the 70’s, and after spending three years in England, Students saw it in all its splendor. In 1981 he joined the team of Carlos Salvador Bilardo, with whom he would win two titles: Metropolitan in 1982 and National in 1983.
Although he received his training as a coach in 1990, Alejandro Sabella began his career as a manager in 2009, directing Estudiantes de La Plata. Before, Pachorra had accompanied Daniel Alberto Pasarella as a field assistant, with whom he did a long “postgraduate course” in the Argentina National Team, Uruguay National Team, River Plate, Corinthians, Monterrey and Parma.
His career as a team coach was short but successful: although He only directed the Pincha for two years, logó a local title (Opening 2010) and reached three international finals: the Copa Libertadores de América 2009, where he won against Cruzeiro, the Club World Cup that same year, where he fell to Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona, and the 2010 Recopa, in which he lost 2 to 1 in the first leg and drew 0-0 at home with the League of Quito.
With the National Team he changed his style and scheme. He was seen in the 2014 World Cup, where he started with a very offensive style and ended up building a more solid team at the back. Thus, he reached the final, which he lost in overtime to Germany, at times showing superiority against a rival who came to beat Brazil, the local.