Carlos Tevez, admitted urgently for severe chest pain

Carlos Tevez, admitted urgently for severe chest pain

Carlos Tevez, admitted urgently for severe chest pain

The former Argentine player and current coach of Independent, Carlos Tevez, was admitted to a hospital this Tuesday after suffering severe chest pain, for which he underwent studies. “Our coach, Carlos Tevez, entered the La Trinidad Sanatorium in San Isidro with chest pain. They performed the corresponding studies and they were satisfactory,” declared the Avellaneda entity through its social networks. The club also explained that this Wednesday the ‘Apache’ will continue with a series of exams scheduled in advance as part of a general check-up.

The event involving the former Boca Juniors, Manchester City and Juventus player occurred a week after the team failed to advance to the quarterfinals of the Argentine League Cup, with Tevez being one of the most notable in the entity. Avellaneda, which he arrived last August. Local media speculated that the international with the Albiceleste, with whom he won a gold medal in Athens 2004, could leave the Avellaneda club, despite the fact that last December he renewed his contract until the end of 2026.

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Tevez arrived at Independiente on August 22, 2023 and not only stopped a series of negative results, but also saved the team from the danger of relegation and was on the verge of entering the League Cup playoffs. The winner of the Copa Libertadores with Boca and the European Champions League with the English Manchester United, whose first experience as a coach had been in the previous season at the helm of Rosario Central, also Argentine, took charge of Independiente after the departure of Ricardo Zielinski for the bad results.

The start of this season was very positive and they remained in the forefront of the League Cup, the first tournament of the Professional Football League, but the result achieved on the last day prevented them from qualifying for the final phase. of the title.

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