Javier Sanguinetti became the new coach of Newell’s Old Boys.
“Coming to direct a club like Newells is a satisfaction, a pride and a huge challenge”, Expressed the DT.
The technician, who will turn 51 on January 8, visited the Jorge Griffa Center this Monday morning to learn in detail about the facilities of the property where he will begin work.
The nicknamed Archu will be accompanied by field assistants Lucas Rivas and Adrián González, physical trainers Ramiro Loguercio and Walter Occhiatto and goalkeeper coach Bernardo Leyenda.
Sanguinetti began his career as a collaborator of Julio César Falcioni in Banfield, where he became champion in 2009 and later accompanied him in Boca Juniors, where he won the 2012 Argentine Cup. He then had steps through All Boys, Universidad Católica de Chile, Quilmes and again Banfield .
He had his first experience as a main manager in Sol de América de Paraguay and later led Sportivo Luqueño. In Argentine football he directed his beloved Banfield and reached the final of the Maradona Cup (he fell in the penalty shootout against Boca Juniors).