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Chile Marcelo Bielsa has resigned as Chile's soccer coach, ending a three-month saga over his future. Bielsa stepped down at a news conference Friday despite his overwhelming popularity in Chile and attempts by the new Chilean soccer association
World Cup, where it lost to Brazil, but revealed in November he would quit after Jorge Segovia was elected president of the Chilean association. However, the election of Segovia was later declared invalid and Jadue won the presidency.
Chile (AP) — Chile's new soccer association president says Marcelo Bielsa, the national team coach who has been threatening for three months to resign, is staying on the job. Sergio Jadue, who was elected last month as the head
Chile (AP) — Chile President Sebastian Pinera wants Marcelo Bielsa to remain as the national team coach, a job the Argentine said two months ago he would leave when Jorge Segovia was elected head of the national soccer association. <
Jadue takes over as Chilean federation president Associated Press 2011-01-15 02:26 AM Sergio Jadue has taken over as president of the Chilean football association and says he will "make every effort necessary" to retain popular national team coach
He stepped down in November after Jorge Segovia was elected president of the national federation, saying he could not work for the Spanish businessman. Bielsa was hired by the outgoing president Harold Mayne-Nicholls. Segovia's election was annulled
D'Alessandro named Latin America player of the year Buenos Aires: Argentine midfielder Andres D'Alessandro has been named Latin American Player of the Year after his inspirational performances helped Brazil's Internacional win the Libertadores Cup. D'
Panel wants new vote on Chilean football president Associated Press 2010-12-08 11:10 PM A legal panel has ruled that Jorge Segovia's election as the president of the Chilean football federation should be overturned, and it wants a new vote to be held.
Pinera's approval rating fell from 63 percent to 50 in November, which the head of a private polling company said on Friday was probably linked to Bielsa's unpopular resignation. Bielsa stepped down last month after leading Chile to its first World
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