Edgardo Bauza, a former soccer player and now a former Argentine coach, published a letter on his son’s social networks to clarify that he has already retired from football in all areas, but for two years.
“Although the information in the media circulated these days, the reality is that the closure of my career occurred in 2019. Fate helped me to make the determination less painful, since my relationship with football ended with a deep joy, ”said Bauza and posted on his son’s Instagram account.
“The reasons for my decision are strictly for health reasons. I understood and accepted that, for my own well-being and that of my family, I should separate myself from the work that I am passionate about and with which I lived for so many years, after my time as a footballer ”, he added.
Runner-up in the world as a player in Italy ’90, Bauza developed an outstanding career as a coach whose peak moments were the conquests of the Libertadores with the Quito League in 2008 and with San Lorenzo in 2014, two clubs that he led to their greatest glory. sporty.
In LDU he also won two local tournaments (2007 and 2010) and a South American Recopa (2010) in definition with Estudiantes de La Plata directed by Alejandro Sabella.
Throughout his career he also directed in Vélez Sarsfield (2001-02), Colón de Santa Fe (2002-2006), in the middle he passed through Sporting Cristal of Peru (he won the 2004 Clausura), São Paulo of Brazil (2016 ), and the teams of Argentina (2016-17), United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, both in 2018 before their last stage in Central.