Champion Libertadores by Gallo in his first pass, Coca led the team to the first Brazilian title in 50 years
This Tuesday (7), in his first press conference since the title Brazilian ChampionshipAnd Coach Coca announced himself to Atlético-MG He said Gallo is the main club of his career.
“It’s the biggest club in my life, without a doubt. In addition to being the team I’ve worked for the longest, practically 3 and a half years at the club, with 5 achievements we’ve had and one more in the final, it’s the club that I identified the most.”
Coca has highlighted his identity with Atlético, the club he is coaching for the second time in his career.
“There were others. Of course we had a big and strong determination, But this was the club that stood out more than anything else. It reminds me so much of my life, the people, whom I love so much and who are my origins.”
“So I think, If I could pick one place to succeed it would be here. I am very happy and very happy with everything that has happened and is happening with us here.”
Led by Atletico in his second term, Coca won two of the most important titles in the club’s history. In 2013, Ronaldinho and the company team coached to win the title Libertadores Konmebol. In 2021, he was the Brazilian team champion For the first time since 1971, he broke a 50-year fast.
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