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The reason has been revealed, and here’s why: Edo Gaspar reappears at Corinthians with only one mission

The reason has been revealed, and here’s why: Edo Gaspar reappears at Corinthians with only one mission


The professional is identified with Timão because he championed the black and white colors and also succeeded as a technical director

© Getty Images(Photo by Leah Toby/Getty Images) – Edo Gaspar

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Edu Gaspar was scouted by Corinthians’ youth teams, passing through Arsenal and Valencia and ending at Timão itself, in January 2011. After that, The 45-year-old medalist has invested in his career off the fieldstarting with Alvinegro Paulista shortly after hanging up his boots.

At that time, Tite was in charge of the Itaquera team. They both worked together not only at CT Joaquim Grava, But also in the Brazilian national team before the professional accepted the challenge of taking on the role of sporting director at Arsenalin August 2019. Since then, he has been the manager at Arsenal for 4 years and 3 months.

Visit to Corinth

this week, Edu reappeared at Corinthians to visit the club facilities. Not only was the SCCP veteran, but he also crossed the 3-red line to get close to Corinthians’ arch rivals, Palmeiras, as well as Sao Paulo. In other states, he visited: Gremio, Internacional, Atletico Paranaense and Fluminense.

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E. Gaspar’s goal is to strengthen relationships in order to establish successful partnerships in the near future. During this visit to Brazil. He accepted what he found in the clubs and now had a better idea of ​​how the sport would develop on national soil. See how the executive will benefit from these close relationships.

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Gabriel Malheiros is a journalist who has been covering sports events such as soccer for about five years, focusing on Brazilian and South American soccer. He also specializes in covering the Brazilian men’s and women’s teams. He graduated in Journalism from Universidade Estácio de Sá in 2020, and studies advertising at Universidade Estácio de Sá, as well as majors in Communications from the Brazilian Football Confederation. Currently at Bolavip Brasil, he has worked in popular media outlets such as Portal GIRO, Antenados no Futebol and Esporte News Mundo.