Omar De Felippe stopped being the technical director of Atlético Tucumán on Tuesday, according to the club after last night’s defeat against Talleres in Córdoba, within the framework of a weak campaign by the “Dean” in the Professional Football League tournament ( LPF).
“The board of directors of the Atlético Tucumán club reports that Omar De Felippe ceased to be the technical director of our institution. We thank him and his coaching staff for their professionalism and gift of people,” said the northern club on its official Twitter account.
Official statement of the Board of Directors of the Club Atlético Tucumán.- pic.twitter.com/zbnBrmKzVr
– Atlético Tucumán (@ATOficial) October 12, 2021
With 16 points in 15 games played, Atlético Tucumán is ranked 21st. of the table of positions, on 26 teams of the Professional League. He won 4, tied 4 and lost 7 in the current championship.
Of the last 18 points at stake, the “Dean” added only two units, with just one goal in favor (against Lisandro López, from Boca Juniors).
Before De Felippe’s departure, 9 other coaches had already lost their jobs during this tournament: Fernando Gago (Aldosivi), Miguel Ángel Russo (Boca), Juan Antonio Pizzi (Racing), Sergio Rondina (Arsenal), Sergio Coleoni (Central Córdoba), Leonardo Madelón (Platense), Juan Manuel Azconzábal (Unión), Sebastián Méndez (Godoy Cruz) and the duo Leandro Martini-Mariano Messera (Gimnasia La Plata).
In 15 dates of the championship there have already been 10 changes of coaches and in the last six years the average is almost one technician fired for each date played: 181 in 190.