This weekend, Banff will host the Argentinean juniors and begin to take part in Saturday 2018, Santa Fe vs. the Union. This connection is likely to be the last one from Julio César Falcioni as the first team trainer.
In the last few hours, the management informed him that they would not extend their contract (expire next month), and they suggested continuing with a club with a managerial position. In addition, his technical team, consisting of Sebastian Battaglia, Adrian Gonzalez (field assistants), Gustavo Otero (physical trainer) and César Velázquez (rifle trainer) will be removed.
Falcioni, who was undergoing a nodule in his neck at the end of last year (abdominal cancer), demanded that team leadership continue until mid-2019, when the local tournaments were over, and then he changed his work. In principle, there has been no agreement with the Board of Directors, and it will probably end at the end of the year.
The folder for banfileños directors have two titles: Hernán Crespo has the option A and Gabriel Milito is B, as they told Infobae. Whoever is present at the insured place, regardless of the attending technician, is a teacher Alejandro Kohan (he was from 2012 to 2015 and received an promotion with Matías Almeydu).
Crespo (43 years old) had experience as coach in Parma Youth and in Italy's second division in Modena, where he was dismissed in 2016. Last year, he accepted the Vice-President of Parmaz's unit, despite his drive to lead.
In turn, Milito was led by Estudiantes de La Plata and Independiente. Until June this year he was responsible for Chile Higgins, where he left behind by mutual agreement.