The former Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP) takes over at Isidro Casanova.
After the (early?) departure of Osvaldo “el Gordo” Rodriguez, a split Almirante Brown board has brought in unemployed manager Ricardo Kuzemka in to replace the former.
Kuzemka has been in management since 2006, having taken over as caretaker manager in several occasions in Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP), and also Defensa y Justicia (Primera División), Platense (Primera B) and Guillermo Brown, where he had been working up to November 2014, and where he managed to pick up a promotion with the Madryn team to the Nacional B tournament.
Ricardo will have a hard task at hand with a Fragata side that has been pretty much uninspiring in shape and in results this season. He has brought in his own team as well to work with him in the new club: assistant manager Gabriel Pedrazzi (former Fenix manager), fitness coach Gustavo Balbuena, and goalkeeper coach Ariel Gervasi.
Almirante Brown’s debut for Kuzemka ended with a 1-1 draw against Platense, with a goal by Rodrigo Diaz, whereas Daniel Vega scored for Platense.
Featured photo courtesy of Prensa Club Almirante Brown
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