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And Fernando Lazaro?  Understand why Corinthians appeared without a coach in the match overview |  Corinthians

And Fernando Lazaro? Understand why Corinthians appeared without a coach in the match overview | Corinthians

while the Corinthians Do not appoint a new coach, Fernando Lazaro is the team coach, right? Not in the official documents of the Sao Paulo Football Association.

As in Timão’s last two matches, against Ituano and Mirassol, the summary of the match in which the team beat São Bernardo 3-0 with the coach position appears without filling. Larzaro, who used to be Sylvinho’s assistant, is still an official assistant.

Corinthians File in Corinthians X São Bernardo Summary – Photo: Reproduction

All of this, of course, is due to bureaucracy. In order to appear as a coach, Lazarus must be registered with the CBF’s daily newsletter in the coaching job. However, the club has not made this adjustment, with a new manager expected to be announced by the end of this week.

But in practice, Lazaro was a coach for Corinthians 15 days ago. On a daily basis, he has the assistance of Alex Meschini and technical observer Mauro da Silva. Marcelo Karpis, the goalkeeper’s coach, continues with his duties, but goes to the bank as Lazarus’ assistant.

Fernando Lazaro in the Corinthians match against Sao Bernardo – Photo: Marcos Ripoli

Unbeaten as a coach in five matches (two in 2021 and three in 2022), the assistant has the support of fans who want to see him in front of the team once and for all. Despite the good work, the board of directors wants someone more experienced to take on Libertadores and Brasileirão.

Best moments: Corinthians 3 x 0 Sao Bernardo, for Campionato Paulista 2022

When asked multiple times about this on Wednesday, Lazaro preferred not to stick to the following:

– no I do not. The most I can do is Ribeirao Preto, on Saturday (for the match against Botafogo-SP), that is our target now, as we are always looking for the very short term.

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