Find out what the new destiny of César Farías would be

Find out what the new destiny of César Farías would be
Find out what the new destiny of César Farías would be

After leaving América de Cali on April 30, the Venezuelan coach César Farías wastes no time in continuing directing teams in the South American region. The Creole coach spent three months with the Red Devils where he did not achieve his objectives and left the team in tenth place in Colombian football.

However, the renown and career of this coach has always been valued by different clubs on the continent and that is why during an interview given to the Blog program of the Colombian station Blu Radio The Venezuelan strategist gave certain insights into what his future could be and a possibility of returning to Ecuador.

Farias pointed out that, three days after being separated from his position at the Cali club, he was already contacted from the southern country, “National from Quito called me, Barcelona called me three weeks ago through Pepe Chamorro” he highlighted during his intervention in the sports space of this station.

Likewise, the former Venezuela coach added “I can’t say the person who called me about Emelec” in relation to the electric team that is sixth in Ecuador’s Serie A.

I walked past

César Farías already set foot in Ecuadorian soccer in 2022 when he directed Aucas with which he became champion with 22 games without losing, however he faced a 14-month suspension from said league after having an altercation with two players from Delfín Sporting Club in the final stages of the 2023 season.

Given this, the coach stressed “It’s not that I was a criminal who went to Ecuador to commit a crime (…) I made a serious mistake that I paid for it and I no longer have a sanction either” Farías admitted on the radio.

Farías’ sporting career as a Coach

  • Nueva Cádiz (VEN) – 1993-1999
  • Zulianos (VEN) 1999-2002
  • Trujillanos (VEN) 2002-2003
  • Deportivo Táchira (VEN) 2003-2005
  • Guyana Miners (VEN) 2005-2006
  • Deportivo Anzoátegui (VEN) 2006-2007
  • Venezuela U-20 National Team 2007-2009
  • Venezuelan national team 2007-2013
  • Xolos from Tijuana (MEX) 2013 -2014
  • NorthEast United (IND) 2015
  • Cerro Porteño (PAR) 2015-2016
  • The Strongest (BOL) 2016-2017
  • Bolivia 2018 senior national team
  • Bolivia Under-23 National Team 2019-2020
  • Bolivian National Team 2019-2022
  • Aucas (ECU) 2022-2023
  • Golden Eagles (COL) 2023
  • América de Cali (COL) 2024
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