After bland results deep into the short season, Alfredo Berti has been forced to resign.
This week’s result against Colón (Lost two-nil) marked Berti’s last period at the benches of Mar del Plata’s Aldosivi. After having reaffirmated his continuity in the helm, this was the last straw that led to Berti quitting at Mar del Plata, after a long and heady reunion with the Aldosivi board.
Berti had been in charge of Aldosivi since this year’s June 18th, succeeding Dario Franco’s period in charge of the club. After having made heavy incorporations to the team at that time, such as Atlanta’s Vega, Tigre’s Ftacla and others, the top positions are a tad away (in sixth position) with only two games to go into what’s left of the season.
There’s no steady candidate yet, though rumours have stated that the person touted for the position is Mario Gómez, former Gimnasia de Jujuy manager, who was in talks with Atlanta.
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