Bianchi’s nephew appoints him to replace Ibarra at Boca: “We’ll try to convince him”

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In Boca they decided to sack Hugo Ibarra, and one of the members of the football board, Chicho Serna, dealt with the news: “The entire board of directors has decided that this coaching staff does not continue. There isn’t much more to say. We are very grateful. We are here to make decisions. We don’t combine friendship with work. We are still very close friends, we love you very much. We had already made the decision but we were convinced that our Vice-President for Europe was due to arrive. We do normal things.”

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That said, and taking into account that there isn’t much time to analyze because the Copa Libertadores starts in a week, Xeneize is moving fast at home and a successor is already being sought.

In the last few hours several substitutes have intervened: Tata Martino, José Pekerman, Diego Martínez and even the name of Carlos Bianchi appearedwho had one last stint at the institution between 2013 and 2014.

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The Viceroy’s Family

It was the viceroy’s nephew, Paul Bianchi, who appointed him DT for Boca: “Carlos speaks quite often with Román. They are friends. It would be very nice for Boca to take over and go on another Olympic tour,” he said on the party channel Boca de Selección, hosted by Daniel Mollo.

Furthermore, the youngster who lives in Barcelona expressed his opinion on a possible return of the coach to the Ribera: “I don’t want to deceive anyone but we will try to convince them. As a fan, I want my grandfather to return to coach Boca.”

Bianchi’s cycles in Boca

Carlos Bianchi, is, with 9 titles, the most successful coach in the history of Boca. He had three spells in charge of the team (1998-2001, 2003-2004 and 2013-2014) and managed to win four national titles (Apertura 1998, Closing 1999, Apertura 2000 and Apertura 2003) and five international titles (Copa Libertadores 2000, 2001 and 2003, Intercontinental 2000 and 2003).

Source: Clarin

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