Fernández announced that on Tuesday he will launch the Detectar Federal program in Rosario

To which he added that “During this time of the pandemic we have seen that the problem has gone to the interior of the country and in Santa Fe the efforts made by the governor and his entire team are enormous efforts and just as we were next to the Metropolitan Area of ​​Buenos Aires when we needed, we want to be there when they need us in each province”.

In the same vein, he stated that Rosario and the southern part of the Santa Fe territory is currently the most affected “by the proximity to Amba”. “For this reason, on Tuesday we will be there for the people of Santa Fe and the people of Santa Fe,” he concluded.

It should be noted that the The Detect plan is already being implemented in the city, in the neighborhoods considered most vulnerable or populous, with the aim of testing the population in order to identify coronavirus cases and give them early attention. It is expected that more details related to the Federal Detect will be known on Tuesday, although it is speculated that it would be a reinforcement of the actions that are already being carried out.

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Rosario merchants made a caravan to reject strict quarantine

Merchants Rosario from different sectors held a new protest this Saturday, this time with a caravan to the Monument to the Flag, to reject the strict quarantine ordered by the government provincial due to the peak of cases of coronavirus Rosario.

Under the slogan “We want to work” and “On Monday we all open”, the protesters repudiated the new restriction of the provincial government, feeling significantly harmed. Among them were representatives of gyms, 5-a-side football fields, gastronomic venues, party halls, nursery schools, and general merchants.

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This vast sector that mobilizes the economy of the city had demonstrated last Saturday at the corner of Jujuy and Oroño, when Governor Omar Perotti decided to restrict all activity from 7:30 p.m. “Actually that was a lesser evil”, said this Saturday to The capital the provincial Labor Minister, Roberto Sukerman.

>> Read more: Coronavirus: Rosario registered 355 new cases of the total of 698 that occurred in the province

And while he assured that “there was a broad consensus of all sectors “to go backward, many merchants took to the streets and formed a caravan of cars to express their discontent.

“We know that the economy will be damaged, but what is not recovered is health: having to choose who we give a respirator to is crazy”, Sukerman reasoned, to highlight that the provincial government launched a program to reactivate sectors affected by the pandemic.

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Coronavirus: what are the restrictions that are analyzed for Rosario

He exponential increase in positive cases of coronavirus in recent days he put to work at all levels of the state To define certain restrictions in the province to stop this trend. To the hourly restrictions set by Governor Omar Perotti on Friday of last week, announcements that would limit other activities. For this, the governor and his officials are in contact with the mayors, especially those of the Gran Rosario, and also with national authorities. The announcement of the provincial leader would be this Friday.

A priori, the idea is to restrict outdoor activities: sports and recreation are under the microscope parks.

“We are seeing that the boys are going to practice in the clubs but later they get together to chat and that is where the contagion occurs. This activity may be one of those that will be suspended ”, admitted a senior municipal official.

“There are many recreational issues that are also under evaluation. There are not a few officials who do not look favorably on the parks full of people every weekend in Rosario“He said. The problem is that, if the exits are limited, they fear that more encounters will be generated in closed spaces, which carry more risk.

>> Read more: Coronavirus: expert warns what would be the dynamics of the restrictions in Santa Fe

Precisely, municipal and provincial officials are seeking consensus to shape a strategy that “achieves the greatest health benefit with the least possible economic impact.”

The restrictions would be, in principle, for two weeks. To then evaluate the trend and define how it continues.

>> Read more: Coronavirus: expert warns what would be the dynamics of the restrictions in Santa Fe

“It’s all on the table. There may be several restrictions “, entrusted to The capital another municipal source. He admitted that they are not ruled out restrictions in the commercial area: “We are talking, because we need to significantly reduce circulation,” he stressed.

Two pieces of information were highlighted on the work table that turn on all the alerts: the doubling time of virus infections, which has been drastically shortened and fell in Rosario from 11 days last Friday to 9 this Wednesday; and the occupancy of beds in the public sector, which in the city already exceeds 85 percent.

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Five deaths from coronavirus were registered, three of them in Rosario

The Ministry of Health reported five new deaths from coronavirus in the province of Santa Fe, that already add 92 from the start of the pandemic, 36 of which are from the city of Rosario.

The deaths They are three people from Rosario, one of Villa Gobernador Gálvez and the rest of One-Eyed Deer.

A 78-year-old female patient from Rosario with comorbidities. She had been hospitalized since August 21 in a private facility in the city.

A 64-year-old female patient from Rosario with comorbidities. She had been hospitalized since August 27 in a public facility in Granadero Baigorria.

>> Read more: Five deaths from coronavirus were registered, three of them in Rosario

Also a 55-year-old man, from Rosario, who had comorbidities. He had been hospitalized since August 26 in a private facility.

In addition, an 87-year-old woman from Villa Gobernador Gálvez, who had comorbidities, died. She had been hospitalized since August 24 in a private facility in Rosario.

and finally a 72-year-old man from the city of Venado Tuerto who had comorbidities. He had been hospitalized since August 19.

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Complexity medicine for Rosario de la Frontera

August 22, 2020 – 01:54
Mayor Solís announced the project for the installation of a clinic.

An important meeting was chaired this week by the mayor of Rosario de la Frontera, Gustavo Solís in the Deliberative Council, where he announced the progress of projects for the city. The purpose of the meeting was to publicize the actions of the commune government and analyze the progress of the project management on the installation in Rosario de la Frontera of the High Complexity Medical Institute (IMAC) of the city of Salta, the Industrial Park and other fronts of works that the municipality executes.

“We are going to continue working together with all councilors to build and consolidate public policies that benefit our neighbors,” said Mayor Gustavo Solís at the end of the meeting.
Along these lines, he said that “it was a fruitful meeting, we practically talked at the same table men and women from different political backgrounds, but with the same purpose: to work on projects that mean growth and development for the people.”

The municipality of Rosario de la Frontera and Senator Javier Mónico have been working on a project so that the city can have an excellent health service.

Clinic

The negotiations are well advanced with those responsible for the IMAC, and as for the building, it would be erected on a plot located in the southeast area of ​​the city. “We are optimistic that the city will experience an important change in terms of health,” said Mayor Solís.

The idea of ​​the project is that the building has services similar to the one in Rosario de Lerma that the IMAC inaugurated a few days ago, that is: 24-hour emergency guard, day hospital, intensive care unit, clinical and surgical hospitalization, shock room, dialysis, hemodialysis, physiotherapy and rehabilitation center, diagnostic imaging with multislice computed tomography, digital radiology, ultrasound, C-arm, external pharmacy and external clinics that will serve different specialties: Ophthalmology, neurology, gastroenterology, cardiology, otorhinolaryngology , medical clinic, gynecology, phlebology, endocrinology, cardiovascular surgery, general surgery, traumatology, urology, analysis laboratories among others.

Industrial park

The work of the Industrial Park was another of the issues addressed by the municipal authorities. Everyone agreed that the work will bring development and progress to the southern area of ​​Salta.
The property, which the commune acquired, is located about six kilometers south of the city, between national routes 9 and provincial 25. There are about 13 companies that expressed to the Rosario municipality their interest in settling there to develop and obtain exemptions and the benefits that are offered at the communal and provincial level through resolutions and laws.

For the Industrial Park

The amount of investment to develop the expected Industrial Park of Rosario de la Frontera is twenty-four million pesos in the first stage. This amount will be used for the construction of internal roads, perimeter fence, lighting, drilling of wells, among other works.

“This is a show of political will on the part of the government of the province and I celebrate the federal vision it had because we were able to consolidate the project despite the pandemic,” said the community chief.
“Our main premise is the generation of employment, we are going to work in that line,” said Mayor Gustavo Solís.

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Medical students ask to return to practice to receive and face the pandemic

Students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the National University of Rosario (UNR) ask to return to practices in hospitals and health centers to be able to complete, receive and join the health system at a time when the infections by coronavirus grows in Rosario and in the province. They claim that the authorities do not give them answers and They are looking for the title to be able to join as soon as possible to help their colleagues already received.

The practices consist of rotations between hospitals and health centers, once all the subjects of the degree had been performed well, as prior to obtaining the title.

The student Sofía Aguirre told The capital that are in a gray area, since They are not allowed to do the internships and, thus, they cannot advance to finish the degree, have the title and be able to work.

“We took all the subjects last year and we started this year with the compulsory practices (they last nine months) to validate the title. But it took hold of us. pandemicsaid Sofía, who is from Venado Tuerto.

Therefore, they have not been able to return to the effectors for five months and, he assured, no one gives them an answer despite the fact that they have already spoken with the dean of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, with the board of directors of the faculty, with the rector of the UNR and with the provincial Ministry of Health.

>> Read more: Health agents demand that the recognition reaches the pocket

About that, Sofia said: “They are delaying us. We cannot work on what we study and what we already received because we do not have a medical degree yet“.

“They tell us that the effectors are the main sources of contagion and that they cannot send us there, instead of creating a protocol like it was created for bars and businesses, and giving us protective equipment“He added, who had his first assigned internships at the Alberdi hospital and at the San Martín polyclinic, all canceled.

Even, Sofía said that they proposed to use the simulation hospital that was inaugurated in May 2018. But they were also prevented from using it because they did not have the protocols necessary.

“We want to work on what we have studied for so many years and nobody makes a decision for us”, said Sofía.

Unique opportunity, wasted

Estefanía Botazzi worked in a bar as a waitress until April, when the store closed due to the pandemic. Now, the medical student can not resume the practices to graduate. Told that “Since June they say they have to make protocols, but they are not moving forward”.

“Work was enough to support me with my partner. My mother offered to help me, but my father belongs to the risk group and cannot be exposed, so the income from my father’s house decreased. They are getting into debt with other things so I can juggle the bills“, said.

Student He spoke of the effort they are making, and affirmed that those who have to take the final step so that they can do the practices and join the health system “do not see it or do not care.. They leave us in a nebula. “

With this delay, Estefanía remarked on the historical learning opportunity that they lose: “In this pandemic a lot can be learned and they are denying us that. Many of us want to do something, because precisely the entire medical population is saturated and we cannot turn a deaf ear”.

“Is a unsustainable situation. That they waste our time is a mockery. They are losing us, after so much effort we put in to reach these instances, “he added.

Stay or return

The uncertainty is another factor of the students. This is the case of Maxi Golemmo, a native of Azul (Buenos Aires), 500 kilometers from Rosario. its The main idea was to do the internship here and go to do the residency in La Plata, but now he is seeing whether or not to renew the rental contract in November because he doesn’t know what’s going to happen.

“I was doing my practices at the Roldán hospital and at Roque Sáenz Peña, but they were cut off when the pandemic began. They told us that after 15 days everything was going to start again, time passed and nothing“he explained.

Maxi is supported, as best as they can, by his parents. It is something that becomes “more and more difficult”, and He mentioned that the same thing happens to other colleagues: “Many lost their jobs and have to bank a rental and tax structure”.

“We have been without answers for almost six months. We are around 300 people who have already completed the last final and we only have practices to receive the title. We ask to be able to do the practices to learn, to be able to face the pandemic and what comes in the future, which is not very far, “he concluded.

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Medical students ask to return to practice to receive and face the pandemic

Students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the National University of Rosario (UNR) ask to return to practices in hospitals and health centers to be able to complete, receive and join the health system at a time when the infections by coronavirus grows in Rosario and in the province. They claim that the authorities do not give them answers and They are looking for the title to be able to join as soon as possible to help their colleagues already received.

The practices consist of rotations between hospitals and health centers, once all the subjects of the degree had been performed well, as prior to obtaining the title.

The student Sofía Aguirre told The capital that are in a gray area, since They are not allowed to do the internships and, thus, they cannot advance to finish the degree, have the title and be able to work.

“We took all the subjects last year and we started this year with the compulsory practices (they last nine months) to validate the title. But it took hold of us. pandemicsaid Sofía, who is from Venado Tuerto.

Therefore, they have not been able to return to the effectors for five months and, he assured, no one gives them an answer despite the fact that they have already spoken with the dean of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, with the board of directors of the faculty, with the rector of the UNR and with the provincial Ministry of Health.

>> Read more: Health agents demand that the recognition reaches the pocket

About that, Sofia said: “They are delaying us. We cannot work on what we study and what we already received because we do not have a medical degree yet“.

“They tell us that the effectors are the main sources of contagion and that they cannot send us there, instead of creating a protocol like it was created for bars and businesses, and giving us protective equipment“He added, who had his first assigned internships at the Alberdi hospital and at the San Martín polyclinic, all canceled.

Even, Sofía said that they proposed to use the simulation hospital that was inaugurated in May 2018. But they were also prevented from using it because they did not have the protocols necessary.

“We want to work on what we have studied for so many years and nobody makes a decision for us”, said Sofía.

Unique opportunity, wasted

Estefanía Botazzi worked in a bar as a waitress until April, when the store closed due to the pandemic. Now, the medical student can not resume the practices to graduate. Told that “Since June they say they have to make protocols, but they are not moving forward”.

“Work was enough to support me with my partner. My mother offered to help me, but my father belongs to the risk group and cannot be exposed, so the income from my father’s house decreased. They are getting into debt with other things so I can juggle the bills“, said.

Student He spoke of the effort they are making, and affirmed that those who have to take the final step so that they can do the practices and join the health system “do not see it or do not care.. They leave us in a nebula. “

With this delay, Estefanía remarked on the historical learning opportunity that they lose: “In this pandemic a lot can be learned and they are denying us that. Many of us want to do something, because precisely the entire medical population is saturated and we cannot turn a deaf ear”.

“Is a unsustainable situation. That they waste our time is a mockery. They are losing us, after so much effort we put in to reach these instances, “he added.

Stay or return

The uncertainty is another factor of the students. This is the case of Maxi Golemmo, a native of Azul (Buenos Aires), 500 kilometers from Rosario. its The main idea was to do the internship here and go to do the residency in La Plata, but now he is seeing whether or not to renew the rental contract in November because he doesn’t know what’s going to happen.

“I was doing my practices at the Roldán hospital and at Roque Sáenz Peña, but they were cut off when the pandemic began. They told us that after 15 days everything was going to start again, time passed and nothing“he explained.

Maxi is supported, as best as they can, by his parents. It is something that becomes “more and more difficult”, and He mentioned that the same thing happens to other colleagues: “Many lost their jobs and have to bank a rental and tax structure”.

“We have been without answers for almost six months. We are around 300 people who have already completed the last final and we only have practices to receive the title. We ask to be able to do the practices to learn, to be able to face the pandemic and what comes in the future, which is not very far, “he concluded.

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El Tres lands on DirecTV: The important thing is to be close to the people

Three joins DirecTV as of this Monday in what it represents, as explained by Gustavo Scaglione, president of TV Litoral (El Tres TV, Radio2, FM Vida, Frequency Plus and Rosario3), “a very important milestone, since it will be possible to see the El Tres signal with 7 and a half hours of its own programming”.

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Before Leaving it will start on Monday at 7 am

“This incorporation is the result of the ratings, which led DirecTV to have the need to have our signal. It is a historical fact because it is the first medium in the interior of the country that DirecTV lifts by its own decision and that supports the work that we come doing, “Scaglione notes.

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Every day, from Monday to Friday at 9

Every day, from Monday to Friday at 9

And he adds: “For Rosario’s audience, El Tres exclusively shows local programming and we show the rest of El Trece’s programming, such as« Cantando 2020. »In this addition to DirecTV, El Tres puro will be seen, without Buenos Aires programming the entire province of Santa Fe and Entre Ríos, “he said.

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D12A14 comes to DirecTV.  Starting on Monday every noon on channel 134.

D12A14 comes to DirecTV. Starting on Monday every noon on channel 134.

“It is a geolocated incorporation, for now, because our strength lies locally. Many people from Santa Fe and Entre Ríos have children who study in Rosario and they have commercial relations with Rosario for industry or agriculture, and they want to know what is happening in Rosario. Therefore, our competitive advantage against national media is that we provide local and regional information“, he says.

The Three can be found in the DirecTV channel 134, where you will see the local programming that begins at 7 with the classic “Before leaving“, continue with “Every day“, “From 12 to 14“, “Telenoche“, “Rosary in synthesis“and all the informational flashes during the day.

Regarding the challenges that open TV faces in an era dominated by digital transformation, Scaglione emphasizes that “the important thing is to understand that everything is evolving and to adapt to the change in the audience that is not the same as 30 years ago”. And he states: “The decision of the board is to reinvest all the time in technology and that puts us at the forefront.”

But above all we are close to the people. We are the only medium in the interior of the country that can technologically leave from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day. It is an investment that we constantly make. “

The important thing is the people, that’s why we work every day reporting responsibly ”

Regarding the strengths of El Tres’s programming, Scaglione highlights that they bet live. “We are with 5 cameras at the same time and that provides an informative and journalistic quality that has nothing to envy those of Buenos Aires.”

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The new central control studio of El Tres

The new central control studio of El Tres

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Television consumption grew 34 percent throughout the country and in El Tres in particular this is reflected in the ratings: “The key is to be close to people. We give them the information they want.” Before you go out, ” for example, it is a fresh newscast, which starts the morning with another wave. “

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“We try to deliver good news so they can start the day with energy with local weather and traffic information. We continue to heat the screen with ‘Every Day’ until we reach ‘From 12 to 14’, a historic tank that marks a milestone, already which is the record program of uninterrupted permanence on the air of Argentine television.At 20 o’clock we continue with «Telenoche», with a deep journalistic and investigative approach and we close with “In synthesis”, an agile and complete summary of everything that it was news throughout the day, “says the businessman.

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Regarding the future contents of El Tres, the businessman anticipates that they will incorporate programs of regional interest, with reports related to the environment and the countryside. “We are very enthusiastic and eager,” Scaglione concludes.

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Government clarifies Bloomberg figures on Covid

The controversy was ignited this Thursday with an article published by the magazine ‘Bloomberg’, which shows that Colombia currently has the fourth highest number of cases in Latin America and that on a per capita basis the death figures of the country in recent weeks they are the worst in the world, with 43.1 deaths per million people.

The note, based on data from Johns Hopkins University and calculations by Bloomberg, is published as the escalation of cases and deaths in recent weeks has led the country’s two main cities, Bogotá and Medellín, to reimpose targeted quarantines.

The magazine quotes the epidemiologist Carlos Trillos, a professor at the Universidad del Rosario, who points out that contributing to the increase is “the dynamics of virus transmission, given the growing number of people on the streets” and adds that also “there is fatigue after the long periods of restrictive measures ”.

It also notes that more cases are being diagnosed, and the tests amount to about 30,000 tests per day.

In Bogotá, the isolation by locality is scheduled to end this week, although some measures of social distancing will be maintained for the rest of the month. Mayor Claudia López said that the capital will not return to quarantines by zones and that she is analyzing a package of measures that will be adopted between September and December. Restrictions will be imposed on companies, but they will be more stable so that different sectors of the economy know what to expect, she told ‘Noticias Caracol’ last Monday.

Meanwhile, the second largest city in the country, Medellín, is on a “plateau” and will likely remain there for three more weeks before the number of infections begins to decline, Mayor Daniel Quintero told ‘Blu Radio’.

To date, Colombia has registered 433,805 infected, 14,145 deaths and 250,494 recovered, according to figures from the Ministry of Health.

In response, the Minister of Health, Fernando Ruiz, said this Thursday in a debate in the Seventh Committee of the House of Representatives that it was “disinformation.”

“Here we are facing both the pandemic and misinformation, in the face of even false news that speak that Colombia’s level is one of the highest in the world but without considering the size of the Colombian population or those news that the RT (number of effective reproduction) of Colombia is the highest in the world, it is news that does not really contribute ”, criticized the official.

In turn, the infectologist Carlos Álvarez, advisor to the Executive, told EL HERALDO that the magazine’s report is not real.

“It seems to me that the ‘Bloomberg’ statement is not given in the light of reality, because one cannot evaluate mortality in a week and compare it with other countries depending on the historical moment. In other words, the moment of the peak of the pandemic is different from what is happening at this moment in Colombia, in Peru, in Mexico or Brazil itself, to what is happening in other parts of the world or what happened, such as the The deadliest week in Italy could have been the first of April or the last of March ”, explained the expert.

In summary, Álvarez added, “to be able to compare or make this approximation, the epidemic would have to be present at the same time throughout the world and that does not happen that way.”

In this sense, he concludes that to evaluate how the epidemic has been in the different countries “the best way is to evaluate the accumulated number of deaths per million inhabitants, because that is how it really shows how this behavior has been, and that, because some countries have not yet started the epidemic peak ”.

In other parts of Latin America, for example, after Brazil surpassed 3 million coronavirus infections last Friday, President Jair Bolsonaro took to social media to criticize how the crisis is covered in the media, while arguing against social distancing measures.

The president wrote on Twitter that “there is no shortage of resources, equipment and medicines for the states and municipalities.” And Argentina is considering postponing its population census by more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Likewise, in Bolivia, anti-government protesters have built barricades to counter the delay in general elections and the response to the pandemic.

Finally, Mexico will release industrial production figures for June on Tuesday, which should add evidence that activity is recovering after a sharp drop in the previous months, but remains well below its pre-outbreak level.

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The ‘Zurdo’ López underwent a catheterization and it is studied if they should operate

The former Junior Technician Miguel Ángel López was hospitalized last Monday morning at the Clínica del Caribe, after feeling discomfort and abnormal pressure.

The news was known through social networks, after one of his pupils in the rojiblanco team, former striker Martín Arzuaga, reported his health status through Twitter.

“Let us put in our prayers Professor Miguel Ángel López, who suffered an acute myocardial infarction,” wrote the ‘Toro’.

Until the closing of this edition, no official medical report was known about the state of health of the ‘Zurdo’.

The Argentine, champion with the Sharks in 2004, has been based in Barranquilla for several years.

Francisco Arias, who works as López’s assistant, assures that the 78-year-old veteran helmsman “is stable, calm and in good spirits”, waiting for what the doctors decide.

“Still under observation. They’ve already had a catheterization that resulted in a clogged artery. The possibility of open heart surgery or another type of intervention is being studied, ”Arias told EL HERALDO.

The former technician, according to Arias, remains in constant communication with those closest to him. His relatives in Argentina have already been informed and are aware of his health, like many of Junior’s fans who have a feeling of admiration and gratitude for the star he helped embroider on the shield in 2004.

In dialogue with EL HERALDO, a few months ago, ‘El Zurdo’ had sent a message of affection and gratitude to the rojiblanca fans, in the midst of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to thank you for the affection that I always receive. I miss you. Thank you for making my days happy, ”said the historic Argentine coach at the time.

Miguel Ángel López was the coach of Junior’s fifth star in the second half of 2004, in that remembered final against Atlético Nacional, where the rojiblancos won 3-0 in the first leg, in Barranquilla, and then fell 5-2 in Medellín , saving himself in the last minutes with the remembered goal of Argentine defender Walter Ribonetto. The Sharks prevailed on penalties 5-4.

He directed the Barranquilla team on seven occasions. Without a doubt, he is a character that is 100% linked to junior history.

‘El Zurdo’ made his debut as a professional footballer at the University of Córdoba in 1962 and retired in 1975 at Atlético Nacional, a club where he made his debut as a coach a year later.

During his long coaching career, he has twice managed América de México, with whom he won two league titles in 1985 and a Concacaf Champions League in 1992.

He was also in the Independiente de Avellaneda, with which he raised the title of the South American Super Cup in 1995, and also in the Argentine Boca Juniors, Rosario Central, Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal.

He also went through the Mexican Chivas de Guadalajara, Santos Laguna, Toluca, León, Atlético Celaya and Puebla, as well as Al-Ahli from Saudi Arabia and Badajoz from Spain.

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