Nestor Lorenzo takes command of the Colombian national team

Nestor Lorenzo takes command of the Colombian national team

The Argentinian Nestor Lawrence and his coaching staff arrived this Thursday at Bogota to begin his work at the head of the Colombian team after the strategist became champion of the Peruvian league with the Melgarwhich he also led to the quarterfinals of the South American Cup.

The Colombian Football Federation (FCF) detailed in a statement that “the new technical director of the Colombia Men’s National Team, Néstor Lorenzo“, 56 years old.

Lawrence arrived in the country’s capital with his coaching staff, made up of attendees Fernando Alloco and Amaranto Perea; the physical trainer Leandro Javier Jorgand; performance analyst Valentino Dressinoand goalkeeping coach Alejandro Otamendi.

“From this moment on, the Colombian Football Federation and the Technical Corps will begin to trace the path of classification to the FIFA World Cup Mexico, USA and Canada 2026” added the information.

The Argentine is remembered in Colombia for his work as a technical assistant Joseph Pekerman in the national team between 2012 and 2018, stage in which the team qualified for the World Cups in Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018.

Lawrence was a technical assistant Peterman also during his time with the Argentine team and was at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

He also held that position in the Mexican Toluca and Tigres and he was the coach of the Peruvian Melgar, which he made champion of the local league less than a month ago.

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