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Mario Salas was made official as the new coach of Magallanes: he arrived with raised reinforcements

Mario Salas is the new DT of Magallanes.

The Commandant will take charge of the Academy after a period of inactivity of six months.

The club is on this Friday Magellan determined who will take over the squad after the resignation of DT Nicolás Núñez. The Academy’s choice is Mario Salas which will have the mission to eliminate the bunch of carnations from the bottom of the standings.

Núñez left the team after the poor results obtained in the national tournament, so the commander had to remove the club from the relegation zone if he wanted to keep the category. The directive led by Cristián Ogalde, decided that the position will be filled by Salas, who returned to the activity after his last step through Huachipato in 2022.

Through a statement on his social networks, Magallanes made his new coach official. “Club Magallanes welcome new technical director Mario Salas . We wish him the greatest success,” the Academy said on its Instagram account.

It comes with a marraqueta under the arm

This will be the fifth team that Mario Salas will lead in Chile, as he is also in charge Barnechea, Universidad Católica, Colo Colo, and his last step was through Huachipato . The commander has been off the court for six months, and now he is thinking of a plan to face the second round of the National Championship.

Among his top priorities, DT seeks the signing of Joaquin Larrivey, The 38-year-old Argentine striker currently plays for FC Südtirol, in Italy’s Serie B, but it is speculated that he is all set to join the Academy squad.

Although from Magellan The signing of the former University of Chile has not yet become official, in TNT Sports they are already welcoming their arrival in Manojito de Carnations.

Read more at The Fourth

-“They are terrible shitters!”: the exit of Mario Salas at the end of Huachipato against “U”

-The offer is on the table: they ensure that Joaquín Larrivey will return to Chilean football… but not to “U”

Source: Lacuarta


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