Following Coqui Ferraresi’s resignation, Huevo has taken over for a second spell at the club.
Julio César “Huevo” Toresani, the former iconic tough midfielder from the nineties at both Boca Juniors and River Plate amongst other clubs, has become the new Sportivo Italiano manager after Néstor Coqui Ferraresi’s resignation following a short string of bad results at the Ciudad Evita team, that even though a brief period, has done nothing to improve the azzurro’s outlook towards relegation.
Toresani, who has recently left the ecuatorian outfit Liga de Loja, has been managing since 2005, for teams such as San Martín de San Juan (Primera División), Colón (Primera División), Aldosivi (Nacional B), The Strongest (Bolivia), Deportivo Madryn (Argentino A), San Martín de Mendoza (Argentino A), Deportivo Mandiyú (Argentino B), and Alumni (Villa María) (Argentino A), amongst others. He has not won titles nor cups in any of these clubs.
Julio Cesar Toresani had previously managed Sportivo Italiano in 2010, in replacement of former manager Victor Molina, but lasted less than a year in charge of the team.
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