Juan Manuel Azconzábal left this Wednesday as the technical director of Unión de Santa Fe and is the eighth coach to leave his position in the 2021 tournament of the Professional Football League (LPF).
After the defeat -third in a row- on Monday against Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata (1-0) in El Bosque, the “Tatengue” reported through its official channels the departure of “Vasco” Azconzábal.
“Unión informs that Juan Manuel Azconzábal will leave the technical direction of the first team and will say goodbye to the professional squad today. We thank Vasco for the work he has done since his arrival at the Club and we wish him all the luck in his career,” the Santa Fe club reported.
ℹ️ Unión informs that Juan Manuel Azconzabal will leave the technical direction of the first team and will say goodbye to the professional team today. We thank Vasco for the work he has done since his arrival at the Club and we wish him the best of luck in his career. pic.twitter.com/Brk8Ye9Q3W
– Union Athletic Club (@clubaunion) September 22, 2021
Azconzábal’s cycle in Unión had 40 games, of which he won 12, drew 13 and lost 14. He had an effectiveness just over 40%.
The “Basque” left Union in 22nd place in the 2021 tournament with 12 points (3 wins, 3 draws and 6 losses) in 12 dates.
Union’s next game will be on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. against Patronato, at home, and in principle the squad will be in charge of Marcelo Mosset.
Azconzábal became the eighth coach to leave his position in the LPF tournament. Previously, Juan Antonio Pizzi (Racing), Sergio Rondina (Arsenal), Miguel Ángel Russo (Boca), Gustavo Coleoni (Central Córdoba), Mariano Messera and Leandro Martini (Gimnasia LP), Sebastián Méndez (Godoy Cruz) and Leonardo Madelón ( Platense).