Ramón Díaz surprised and left Al Hilal: “I’m having a difficult time and I’m going back to Argentina to accompany my family”

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Ramon Diaz (63) surprised this Sunday by announcing his departure from al hilal in the absence of four dates for the end of the Saudi Professional League. The DT will return to Argentina to accompany his family, who are going through a difficult time after the car accident on March 14 involving Michaelone of his sons, and in which his daughter-in-law died, Barbara Oliverand the driver of the other vehicle, Aldo Flaque.

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Díaz, who has just won the 16th title of his coaching career and equaled Helenio Herrera’s record by consecrating himself in the King’s Cup of Champions with Al Hilal, apologized to the fans in a heartfelt recorded message that he broadcast on his social media and on those of the club.

“First of all I want to thank the fans, the administration, the players, for everything they have given me, the opportunity to be at a big club. I am going through a difficult, complicated moment, which is why I have to go back to Argentina to accompany my family. Thank you to everyone in Saudi Arabia, for how you treated me. I apologize again, I love you so much and you will definitely continue to win,” said Pelado Díaz.

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Díaz, multiple champions as DT in River, has won three titles at the helm of Al Hilal, the club that intends to have Lionel Messi in their ranks, and has also reached the final of the Club World Cup, where he recently succumbed to Real Madrid.

Emiliano Díaz, the other son and field assistant, will continue to lead the team until the end of the season in the company of Osmar Ferreyra. The brand new DT will continue his father’s work in Al Hilal, who is fourth in the standings with 49 points, 13 less than leader Al Ittihad.

Emiliano, a month and a half ago and a few days after the accident, had sent an affectionate message to his brother. “I miss you and love you with my soul. Life will not be enough for me to repay all the love and support they have given me and my family during this difficult time. Thank you all,” he wrote from the Middle East.

Michael, who suffered a fractured femur and chest trauma in the accident suffered in the town of 9 de Julio in Buenos Aires – his son Milo was unharmed -, was accused of “double manslaughter” by the prosecutor Lisandro Masson, in charge of the investigations.

Source: Clarin

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