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Inter announces Eduardo Codete as coach until the end of 2023  international

Inter announces Eduardo Codete as coach until the end of 2023 international

Now it’s official. Eduardo Codete returns to Inter. The coach was announced by the club on Wednesday morning. The Argentine’s contract is valid until the end of the year.

The coach brings along with assistant Lucho González, physical trainer Octavio Manera, physical preparation assistant Guido Cretari and performance analyst Carlos Fernández.

Eduardo Codete and Alessandro Barcelos, President of Inter – Image: Disclosure / Internacional

Coudet returns to Beira-Rio three years after his sudden departure. Fighting with the administration due to the lack of reinforcements, the Colorado brother left at the top of the Brazilian league and qualified for the round of 16 of the Libertadores and the quarter-finals of the Brazilian Cup to head to Europe and lead Celta.

Despite the separation, Chacho established a relationship with Alessandro Barcellos. Vice Football Club In 2020, the current manager was the closest coach to Argentina, but he was ended up in September by then-president Marcelo Medeiros.

Even apart, the two have maintained their partnership. And in both Celta and Atlético MG, he did not lose sight of Inter. Follow the information of the club that sponsored his passion.

It was this harmony that secured the work. The chief has always admired the professional and dreamed of seeing him again in Beira Rio. Realizing that Mano Menezes’ work was no longer bearing fruit and with the presence of his friend, he promoted the movement.

Luca Poms and Bruno Ravazzoli discuss Codit’s key points

In his first spell at Beira-Rio, the Argentine captained Inter in 46 appearances. He has won 24, drawn 13 and lost on nine occasions, with a success rate of 61.5%. He didn’t even win a Gre-Nal (there were four setbacks and two were even) and he didn’t even make it to the Gauchão final.

  • name: Eduardo German Codit
  • date of birth: 09/12/1974 (48 years old)
  • Origin: Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • Rosario Central (Argentina) – 2015
  • Tijuana (Mexico) – 2017
  • Racing (Argentina) – 2018
  • Inter – 2020
  • Celtic (Spain) – 2020
  • Atlético MG – 2023
  • Inter – 2023
  • Argentine Premier League – 2019
  • Champions Cup – 2019
  • Mineiro Championship – 2023

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