After the Argentine sports press revealed on Tuesday night that Truglio will be on the bench at San LorenzoToday the Olympic team bid farewell to the South American strategic chief.
“Olimpia FC would like to inform its large fans and the sports press that Professor Pedro Truglio and his coaching staff will no longer lead the club. He has been given the option to direct in his own country, where his entire family resides and from which he has spent much of the time separated from the pandemic.”, he began reporting through a statement from the 34-time Honduran champion.
They added: “The proposal is to direct Atletico San Lorenzo de Almagro of the first division of Argentine football. We understand what this means for Professor Pedro Truglio and his coaching staff, and although there is a current contract, our club has not been an obstacle to this opportunity.”
The Merengue Foundation was expressing gratitude to Pedro Truglio and all the coaching staff who will now be on the bench at San Lorenzo.
“For our part, we wish them the best in the face of this new challenge presented to them and we thank them for these two and a half wonderful years that they have given to our club, as they sacrificed many things to give the best of each and every one of them and thus, together with the different players who were at this time, achieving successes desired.”
In addition to the Catracho team They reported that they will be reporting on what the new coaching staff will be like who will take on the daunting task of striving for the five-time title.
It should be noted that one of the main reasons Troglio made the decision to leave Olimpia for “Raven” was that he would be able to get closer to his family.
Argentine media reported that Pedro Truglio will join San Lorenzo for a year as he will try to revive the team since last season, which ranked 21st out of the 26 participating clubs.
Go back to your country
Pedro Truglio started his career as a coach in 2004, when he had a short stint at Godoy Cruz.
In March 2005 he made his debut at Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata, a club he is well known for as he had as many steps as DT.
His start at Lobo was spectacular, as he ran both tournaments that year and finished second in the annual table, ranking La Plata Club in the Copa Libertadores de America.
Between 2007 and 2008 he directed Independiente, where he also had a very good start. Later he had two more courses at the City of Country Club, passing For Tigre, Argentinos Juniors, Cerro Porteno (he was a champion), the University of Peru and later at Olympia in Honduras.
For the Honduran team he won four of the five championships he managed, and the only one in which he was not consecrated was suspended due to the pandemic. In addition, he managed to trap the white team in the semi-finals of the Conchampions League, where they fell to Tigres de México, the club that would win and play the FIFA Club World Cup final against Bayern Munich.