Pyramids FC appoint Ricardo La Volpe as technical advisor
Pyramids F.C have announced the appointment of experienced Argentinian manager Ricardo La Volpe as the technical advisor for their new coaching staff.
The Egyptian Premier League side have announced on Thursday their new coaching staff led by Brazilian manager Alberto Valentim.
La Volpe coached over 15 teams including the Mexico national team from 2002 until 2006 and his most recent managerial post was with Mexican side Club America.
During his time as the Mexico national team head coach, he managed to win the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup and finished fourth at the 2005 Confederations Cup. He also guided them to the round of 16 of the 2006 World Cup.
He also managed Boca Juniors and the Costa Rican national team, leading the latter during the 2011 Gold Cup and 2011 Copa América.
However, considering his long managerial career he has only won two silverware, which were the Mexican Championship with CF Atlante in 1993 and the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Pyramids F.C have already signed nine players including Brazilians Lucas Ribamar, Marcos Da Silva ‘Keno’, Arthur and Carlos Eduardo as well as several Egyptian starlets such as Ismaily’s Mohamed Fathi, El Dakhleya forward Naser Mansi, Mohamed Farouk from Arab Contractors, Mohamed Magdy ‘Afsha’ from Enppi and Syrian defender Omar Al Midani.
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