The UNAM board wants to have its coach before the start of the preseason, on November 3, and everything is on track for Puente Jr. to be presented
Rafael River Bridge aims to be the card of Pumas to take the technical direction. Puente Jr. has already started talks with the feline directive and only his signature is missing, a protocol, so that it becomes official that he takes the position that he left Andres Lillini.
Puente del Río presented his project to the UNAM board, something that other coaches did not do, and this pleased the high command. Although he still does not have a contract with Pumas, everything is aimed at making this happen in the best way, since the economic issue does not represent an impediment for him, so he will be presented this Friday, the University club reported, since the board will The helmsman is urgent prior to the start of the preseason on November 3.
Pumas, in the first instance, had the Ricardo Ferretti-Guillermo Vázquez duo, but economic issues prevented both from reaching the bench.
Later, the option was Jaime Lozano, but some differences with the coaching staff of ‘Jimmy’ stopped the return of “Made in CU”. The point was a physical trainer, because in the club the methodology in that area is handled by Ariel González and Jaime Lozano has a specialist who has accompanied him in his team.
Jaime Lozano He left despite the fact that he was about to close his contract as the Auriazul team, because they have not reached an agreement on the assembly of the coaching staff.
The point at which they did not reach an agreement was a physical trainer, because in the club the methodology in that area is handled by Ariel González and Jaime Lozano has a specialist who has accompanied him on his team.
Jaime Lozano looked like the strongest card to take command of Cougarsdue to his identification with the institution and his commitment to give opportunity to the youth of the quarry.
Cougarsfor his part, has recognized that he has an urgency to choose the coach who will take the place of Andrés Lillini, because they have reviewed several options and these have not been coupled with the requirements of Cougars.
At first, Ricardo Tuca Ferreti was close to becoming the coach of the Pumas, although an economic agreement could not be reached with the former coach of the Tigres and Bravos de Juárez.