Football: Gerardo Tata Martino appointed Argentina coach

Publish Date : 2021-04-05


Football: Gerardo Tata Martino appointed Argentina coach

Three months after leaving Barcelona following a trophyless season, Gerardo Martino has been appointed coach of the Argentina national team.

Affectionately known as 'Tata,' Martino replaces Alejandro Sabella after he led Argentina to an agonizing 1-0 defeat against Germany in last month's World Cup final.

Martino arrived in Catalonia as a replacement for Tito Vilanova, who was forced to step down in July 2013 as he battled throat cancer. Vilanova passed away earlier this year.



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Despite signing a two-year contract, Martino lasted just one season at the Nou Camp, missing out on the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the final day of the season having been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the European Champions League by the same opposition.

The 51-year-old now has the chance to manage a national team for the second time in his career following a five-year stint in charge of Paraguay between 2006 and 2011.

Martino enjoys a good relationship with Argentina captain and Barca star Lionel Messi, having managed Argentine club Newell's Old Boys while the four-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner was in its youth team.

The primary focus for Martino and the Argentina team will be the 2015 Copa America, which takes place in Chile during June and July next year.

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Read: World Cup legend retires Read: World Cup legend retires Read: Ronaldo stars for new-look Real The primary focus for Martino and the Argentina team will be the 2015 Copa America, which takes place in Chile during June and July next year. Read: Ronaldo stars for new-look Real Martino arrived in Catalonia as a replacement for Tito Vilanova, who was forced to step down in July 2013 as he battled throat cancer. Vilanova passed away earlier this year. The 51-year-old now has the chance to manage a national team for the second time in his career following a five-year stint in charge of Paraguay between 2006 and 2011. Despite signing a two-year contract, Martino lasted just one season at the Nou Camp, missing out on the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the final day of the season having been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the European Champions League by the same opposition. Three months after leaving Barcelona following a trophyless season, Gerardo Martino has been appointed coach of the Argentina national team. Affectionately known as 'Tata,' Martino replaces Alejandro Sabella after he led Argentina to an agonizing 1-0 defeat against Germany in last month's World Cup final. Affectionately known as 'Tata,' Martino replaces Alejandro Sabella after he led Argentina to an agonizing 1-0 defeat against Germany in last month's World Cup final. Affectionately known as 'Tata,' Martino replaces Alejandro Sabella after he led Argentina to an agonizing 1-0 defeat against Germany in last month's World Cup final. Despite signing a two-year contract, Martino lasted just one season at the Nou Camp, missing out on the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the final day of the season having been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the European Champions League by the same opposition. The primary focus for Martino and the Argentina team will be the 2015 Copa America, which takes place in Chile during June and July next year. Despite signing a two-year contract, Martino lasted just one season at the Nou Camp, missing out on the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the final day of the season having been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the European Champions League by the same opposition. Read: Ronaldo stars for new-look Real Read: World Cup legend retires The 51-year-old now has the chance to manage a national team for the second time in his career following a five-year stint in charge of Paraguay between 2006 and 2011. The primary focus for Martino and the Argentina team will be the 2015 Copa America, which takes place in Chile during June and July next year. The 51-year-old now has the chance to manage a national team for the second time in his career following a five-year stint in charge of Paraguay between 2006 and 2011. The primary focus for Martino and the Argentina team will be the 2015 Copa America, which takes place in Chile during June and July next year. The 51-year-old now has the chance to manage a national team for the second time in his career following a five-year stint in charge of Paraguay between 2006 and 2011. Read: Ronaldo stars for new-look Real Read: World Cup legend retires Martino arrived in Catalonia as a replacement for Tito Vilanova, who was forced to step down in July 2013 as he battled throat cancer. Vilanova passed away earlier this year. Read: World Cup legend retires Affectionately known as 'Tata,' Martino replaces Alejandro Sabella after he led Argentina to an agonizing 1-0 defeat against Germany in last month's World Cup final. Despite signing a two-year contract, Martino lasted just one season at the Nou Camp, missing out on the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid on the final day of the season having been eliminated at the quarterfinal stage of the European Champions League by the same opposition.

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