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Martino will leave Atlanta United after the season ends

Martino will leave Atlanta United after the season ends
Martino will leave Atlanta United after the season ends © Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire

Atlanta (USA), Oct 23 (EFE) .- The Argentine coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino rejected a contract renewal and will leave Atlanta United at the end of the season, announced on Tuesday the club of the Professional Football League <span title=”de Estados Unidos (MLS).

“>United States (MLS).

Martino, ex-coach of Barcelona and former Argentine coach, whose two-year contract expires after this campaign, did not inform the club about his decision to end the negotiations until after Sunday’s 2-1 victory over the Chicago Fire, which <span title=”aseguró la clasificación a la Liga de Campeones de la Concacaf.

“>assured the classification to the Concacaf Champions League.

<span title=”El Atlanta logró el mejor récord de la MLS en las últimas dos temporadas con su victoria frente al Fire y se clasificó para el torneo de la Concacaf por primera vez.

“>Atlanta achieved the best MLS record in the last two seasons with its victory over Fire and qualified for the CONCACAF tournament for the first time.

<span title=”La decisión de Martino, de 55 años, estaría relacionada con la oferta que ha recibido para dirigir a la selección de México.

“>The decision of Martino, 55, would be related to the offer he has received to direct the Mexican national team.

In fact, several Mexican media reported that the technician has already verbally agreed to take charge of the Tricolor at the end of this season with Atlanta United, who leads the Eastern Conference with 69 points, the best record in the league, <span title=”falta de una jornada de la primera fase.

“>lack of a day of the first phase.

<span title=”México se encuentra sin seleccionador desde que el colombiano Juan Carlos Osorio no aceptó la renovación tras concluir el Mundial de Rusia 2018.

“>Mexico is without a coach since the Colombian Juan Carlos Osorio did not accept the renewal after concluding the World Cup in Russia 2018.

<span title=”El Atlanta necesita una victoria el próximo domingo frente al Toronto para asegurar la mejor marca de la liga, sin depender de lo que hagan los Red Bulls de Nueva York, segundos con 68 puntos, que juegan en casa contra el Orlando City.

“>The Atlanta need a victory next Sunday against Toronto to ensure the best record in the league, without depending on what they do the Red Bulls in New York, seconds with 68 points, playing at home against Orlando City.

<span title=”Un empate o una derrota del Atlanta y un triunfo de los Red Bulls daría al equipo neoyorquino la mejor marca de la liga y cualquiera de los dos que acaben como líder, con 70 puntos, batirán la mejor marca de todos los tiempos en la MLS.

“>A tie or a loss by Atlanta and a win by the Red Bulls would give the New York team the best record in the league and any of the two that end as leader, with 70 points, will beat the best record of all time in MLS.

<span title=”El anuncio del Atlanta United pone fin a las especulaciones de la continuidad de Martino con el equipo, que llega a los ‘playoffs’ como uno de los favoritos a luchar por el título de campeón de liga.

“>The announcement of Atlanta United puts an end to the speculation of Martino’s continuity with the team, which reaches the ‘playoffs’ as one of the favorites to fight for the title of league champion.

<span title=”Martino, contratado por el Atlanta United antes de la temporada de expansión 2017, tiene un récord de 38 partidos ganados, 17 empatados y 17 derrotas en todas las competiciones en las que ha participado el equipo.

“>Martino, hired by Atlanta United before the 2017 expansion season, has a record of 38 wins, 17 draws and 17 losses in all competitions in which the team has participated.

In the last two years, no MLS team has won more points (124) and scored more goals (139) than Atlanta. EFE

 

Source – MundoDeportivo.com

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