Monday, April 5, 2010

4/5/2010: Boca Still Somehow Think Guillmero Will Be Their Head Coach, Not Happening Anytime Soon.

Although, Guillermo Barros Schelotto respectively declined the head coaching spot at Boca Juniors stating that he still has quite a future playing with the Crew. And, despite saying that when he is done playing in MLS, he would like to stay in America and coach here instead; as there is a lesser ammount of pressure on coaching here and Guillermo can live a more comfortable life here.

Still, the Argentinian press believes Schelotto is still the number one candidate to replace Abel Alves as Boca's Head Coach this Summer.

From SietepuntasDigital:
Guille not expect to sit. Guille waiting game. And beating. And attending. And figuratively. Jorge Amor Ameal, president of Boca, it was to find his house La Plata, in the summer. Basile first, Alves later, his name always in the limelight but ... Nothing here, nothing there. Only the eternal promise of being the No. 1 candidate for the leadership, 'the' name of weight. Although ...

The old 7 Guillermo Barros Schelotto, wants to sit in the electric chair but did not want to become like one who pulled down the lever on Juan Roman Riquelme. Then, he prefers playing for the Colombus Crew, as he always did. Classy. A week ago, on his debut in the 2010 season, he had a goal and against Toronto FC, with a free kick, one assist. 36, and sometime champion (2008) with the yellows, the Melli has been playing football in Major League Soccer since 2007, with already 27 goals in 79 games.

Melli ensures his immediate future on 10 April in Crew's second date of the season, he will face FC Dallas at Pizza Hut Park. Still, the best part is coming ...

By still the best part is coming means that Boca Juniors expect that best part to be as their head coach. Boca Juniors will likely make another run at Guillermo this Summer but his contract doesn't run out until the end of 2010. Further, if Guille keeps playing as well as he has so far in 2010, he may be with the Crew on the field in 2011 as well. Further, he may stay on as a Crew assistant after that.

Boca needs a head coach this Summer. Not three or four years down the road. So, it would probably be best if Guille's old club looked elsewhere.


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