Argentine Hernán Crespo is no longer São Paulo’s coach. The Tricolor Paulista announced on its social networks, this Wednesday (13), that the club and the coach reached an agreement and the coach no longer commands the team.
Read the club’s official notice in full:
São Paulo Futebol Clube informs that Hernán Crespo leaves the technical command of the team this Wednesday (13th). The decision was taken by mutual agreement after a conversation between the coach and the board of Tricolor. They also leave the Club Juan Branda (assistant coach), Alejandro Kohan and Gustavo Sato (physical coaches), Gustavo Nepote (goalkeeper coach) and Tobías Kohan (performance analyst), who arrived at Tricolor along with the coach.
Over eight months, Crespo led the team in winning the Campeonato Paulista and worked in 53 matches, with 24 wins, 19 draws and ten defeats, using 57.23% of the points. . The team was also commanded in another four games by assistant Juan Branda, when the Argentine was recovering from Covid-19.
São Paulo thanks the professionals for the work and dedication shown throughout the period they defended our colors, and for winning the State title, a triumph that has not been achieved since 2005. Immediately, the Club will open a search process in the market by the new coach.
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