One of the coaches most remembered in recent times by fans of Colo Colo, it is Pablo Guede. The Argentine is the technician with whom the albos conquered the star 32 and also, they won two Super Cup and a Chile Cup.
For the same reason, fans have a good memory of Guede, although that feeling could soon end. This, because the Argentine coach appears as one of the possible replacements for Gustavo Poyet at the Catholic University.
The Crusaders announced this Monday the removal of the Uruguayan and several are the names that appear on the list to assume the headless student bank. One of them is Guede, who according to the newspaper The Mercury, is one of the favorites of the leadership for his knowledge of Chilean football and the squad.
The Argentine, who also managed in San Lorenzo de Almagro, is without a club after leaving Tijuana de México where he was also in charge of Morelia. Yes indeed. Guede does not run alone in the list of candidates for the UC bench, since Rodolfo Arruabarrena and Guillermo Barros Schelotto also appear as options.
But that’s not all, since an old acquaintance from the student campus and also a former Colo Colo is in the pipeline. It is nothing more and nothing less than Mario Salas.
The Commander comes from bad experiences in Colo Colo, Peru and Egypt, but the student leadership has good memories of his time at the club where he was champion. For now, the UC is looking for a technician and two former Cacique coaches are in the pipeline.