Carlos Tevez officially unveiled as Rosario Central manager in his first job in coaching
Carlos Tevez has been officially unveiled as Rosario Central manager in his first job as a coach after signing a one-year contract with the Argentine club… just two weeks after the ex-Man United and Man City forward announced his retirement from playing
- Carlos Tevez has secured his first position as manager at Rosario Central
- The Argentine top club has appointed Tevez to a 12-month contract
- Only at the beginning of June did he bring the curtain over his playing career
- The former Premier League star is now embarking on a new career in the dugout
- He posed for photos wearing the club shirt next to Vice President Ricardo Carloni
Carlos Tevez has been unveiled as the new manager of Argentine club Rosario Central after dropping the curtain on his playing career.
Tevez, 38, announced his retirement from professional football earlier this month, taking time for a stellar 21-year career, scoring 308 goals in 746 games while winning the Champions League and top division titles in England. , Italy, Argentina and Brazil. †
And just over two weeks since his shoes were hung up, the former Manchester United and Manchester City forward has been appointed Rosario manager on a 12-month contract.
He posed for the photo with Vice President Ricardo Carloni on Tuesday evening with the club shirt.
Carlos Tevez has been revealed as the new manager of Argentine club Rosario Central
Just over two weeks since he hung up his boots, Tevez has signed a 12-month contract
Argentina’s top team on Tuesday confirmed Tevez as their new head coach, with Carlos ‘El Chapa’ Retegui set to join its backroom staff.
Rosario’s leaders met with both Tevez and highly regarded candidate Pablo Sanchez . last week The sun†
But it was the former who came out on top, despite Sanchez having much more experience as a coach over the past 15 years.
Tevez arrives with a wealth of knowledge after playing for some of the biggest clubs in world football over the past two decades, including the two Manchester clubs and Juventus.
He was the last on the Boca Juniors books, retiring as a player after a final hurrah with his boys’ club, which he first joined at the age of 13 before breaking into their first team four years later.
He posed for photos wearing the club shirt next to Vice President Ricardo Carloni (right)
He was the last in the Boca Juniors books and retired as a player after one last hurrah with his boys club
After scoring 38 goals in 110 appearances for Boca, Tevez went on to enjoy stints at Corinthians, West Ham, both Manchester clubs, Juventus and Shanghai Shenhua, as well as two others with his Xeneizes.
The striker also earned 76 caps for his native Argentina, scoring 13 goals.
Tevez announced his intention to start a career in management after he left Boca last year, saying: “I’m going to be a coach, I’ve made the decision that I’m going to manage it. I got excited, I’m very addicted. I’m ready to take care of it now.”
Rosario is currently 22nd in Argentina’s Primera Division with 28 teams after four games, meaning he has to do his job in the 2022 campaign.
The former Manchester City and Manchester United attacker starts a new career