São Paulo invests in its technical committee. The club hired analyst Carlos Vargas, former Corinthians, and a professional, including, worked at CT Barra Fund for about a week.
Information was initially published by Yahoo and confirmed by Gazeta Esportiva. In addition, Tricolor has to engage another scout for analysis and statistics department, which already has Raony Tadeu, Luis Felipe Batista and Romildo Lopes.
Bayern, Borussia, Paulista Cup and more: a weekend at FOX Sports
This new professional who will be employed will have more market-oriented tasks. The idea executed by Raí football lawyer and attorney Alexandre Pássaro is to expand the efficiency analysis department, which is responsible for pointing to possible reinforcement, collecting data for athletes and studying opponents.
After leaving Diego Aguirre, Raony Tadeu and Luis Felipe Batista – also former Corinthians – began working as Assistants to André Jardin. Since then, both are helping a new coach in training at the CT Barra Fund.
Check out the latest Ball News stories and can get to your team
For the next season, there is a tendency for São Paulo to contract two assistants for Aguirre's successor. One of them, by the way, should be a permanent member of the technical committee, filling the place that belonged to Jardin.
In relation to the team, São Paulo has already contracted right-winger Igor Vinicius of Ituana who played for Serie B for Ponte Preta and has already contracted with Léo Pelé, who belongs to Fluminense but who worked for Bahia in the Brazilian Championship this year .
Find out more:
Fla follows the accent of Mexican football
Leila talks about the cry of Vasco's fans
PSG wants to give the hat & # 39; in Real from the attacker
Credits: Marco Galvão / Fotoarena