World Argentinian Crespo clears coaches at FC São Paulo
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The former Argentine international Hernán Crespo has cleared his post as a coach of the Brazilian football first division FC São Paulo.
The decision was made by a conversation between the trainer and the Executive Board, it was said in a message from the club. The contract concluded in February should run until the end of the next year.
After winning the regional championship of São Paulo against Palmeiras in May, the team under Crespo (46) could not fulfill expectations in Brazilian and South American competitions. The contract resolution of Routinier Daniel Alves in the middle of the season also difficult the working atmosphere.
Crespo, who participated as a player with Argentina on three World Championships (1998, 2002, 2006), as a coach before his commitment to São Paulo with Defensa Y Justicia from Buenos Aires province the Copa Sudmericana, comparable to the Europa League, won.
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