The new technical director of Newell’s Old Boys is Fernado Gamboa and he was presented this Monday to the “red and black” professional team at the Jorge Griffa Complex, in the Bella Vista neighborhood, in the southwest of the Santa Fe city of Rosario.
Gamboa, 50, former player and former “red-black” coach, returns to the club where he was formed, played first class and managed, after 13 years and an extensive tour of first division clubs and the rise of Argentine football, as well as National of Paraguay and the selected Sub 17 of El Salvador.
Welcome Black! 💪🏼
The second stage of Fernando Gamboa as a leper DT officially begins. pic.twitter.com/WcaZE68i8z
– Newell’s Old Boys (@Newells) June 14, 2021
Gamboa, who signed a six-month contract, was recently made official this weekend by the Parque Independencia club as a brand new “red and black” coach, as a result of a delay in the separation of his predecessor, Germán Burgos, caused by the lack of signature of the contract of one of his two Spanish collaborators.
Gamboa will be accompanied by the physical trainer Esteban Coppia; the field assistants Edgardo Malvestiti and Gustavo Arciprete -a forward who played in the first of Newell’s and a central midfielder who did so in the lower divisions- and by the physical trainer Gonzalo Marín and the goalkeeper coach César Jaime, who also played in the first from the Parque Independencia club.