Juan Pablo Pumpido is the new coach of Sol de América

Juan Pablo Pumpido is the new coach of Sol de América

Sol de América will begin the second semester with a new technical director. El Danzarín began the 2021 season with Celso Ayala, replaced by Gustavo Florentín, then took over the leadership of the Éver Hugo Almeida team and finished the Apertura tournament, Iván Almeida.

For the second part of the year, seeking to improve the campaign since the Apertura tournament ended in the penultimate position with 14 points and in the promotion zone with an average of 1,115, the Villa Elisa team appointed Argentine Juan Pablo Pumpido, to take charge of technical direction.

Juan Pablo is 38 years old and is the son of the one who was a World Cup goalkeeper for the Argentine National Team and technical director, champion of the Copa Libertadores 2002 with Olimpia, Nery Pumpido.

Pumpido (son) had his first experience as coach of the Reserve and later DT of the absolute team of Santa Fe FC of Federal C of Argentina.

He worked as a field assistant to Roberto Trotta in Independiente Rivadavia de Mendoza and was with his father in Unión de Santa Fe and Olimpia. He was as a trainer of the Union Reserve, then interned in the First. There he made 11 of 18 points and the club renewed his contract, but later ended up resigning.

He also has on his resume being a strategist for the Patronato de Paraná, Huracán and lately in Alvarado de Mar del Plata (mid-2020), all from Argentina. In addition, he has experiences as a technical assistant at Godoy Cruz and Independiente de Rivadavia.

Juan Pablo Pumpido will have Andrés Anca and Alfredo Vera as Technical Assistants, the Physical Trainers will be Emanuel García and Nelson Riquelme. And Carlos Ortigoza will be the Goalkeeper Trainer.

With regard to reinforcements, the Sol de América board of directors has hired eight players so far. The same fueros officially presented this Wednesday.

The Dancer’s reinforcements are: Luis de la Cruz, Jorge Rojas, Víctor Barrios, Cristian Núñez, Fernando Godoy, the Argentineans Emiliano Ozuna and Federico Castro, and the Brazilian Francisco da Costa.

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