ways of CF intercity and Gustavo Siviero will continue to be linked in the First RFEF. The club and the Argentine coach have agreed that Siviero will be the coach to manage the team in his first match in this category. Gustavo Siviero since his arrival at CF Intercity in December 2020 Received two promotions for the team in two seasons. The Argentine coach first managed to advance to the Second RFEF in a painful playoff where a goal by Martín Bellotti against Elche Ilicitano brought the men in black into the fourth national category.
Last season, Gustavo Siviero led the team in a record campaign where CF Intercity went 26 games in a row undefeated. Finally, Intercity won the champion title and direct promotion against rival La Nucía, to whom they bid for the title on the last day. Gustavo Siviero demonstrated his great talent in managing the locker roomAfter his professional playing career and an impressive career on the bench, he is individually doing good things for the team and contributing his technical and tactical knowledge. The renewal of Gustavo Siviero marks the start of the coach’s third season at CF Intercity.
“The intention was there from the beginning, but we wanted to leave it a few days to absorb what we had accomplished,” Gustavo Siviero said after signing the contract. Along the same lines, he stated that he is “returning with great enthusiasm and great enthusiasm to face this historic season for the club”. The team’s sporting director, Jorge López, said: “He is very happy to keep the coach going because we believe he is a fundamental part of this season’s goals”. And he was optimistic about the collaboration they developed with Gustavo Siviero, so “we hope we can continue to have the same success since he’s been in charge of the team”.
Gustavo Siviero’s career
As a football player, Gustavo Siviero began his career in Argentina with Club Atletico Colón in 1988 and moved to América de Cali, Colombia in 1991. After one season he returned to his country and joined San Lorenzo de Almagro. After playing two seasons with Newell’s and two seasons with Lanús, he signed to RCD Mallorca in 1998. After 4 campaigns at the Vermilion club he went to Albacete Balompié and then returned to Argentina and retired at Colón.
One of the Siviero’s already in reserve Extensive experience in Spanish football. He began training in the lower divisions of RCD Mallorca and was assistant to Héctor Cúper until 2010, when he took charge of the Horse. Baleares is a team that is on the verge of promotion to the second division. In July 2012, he signed with Real Murcia, competing in Liga Adelante. He returned to Horse in January 2015. He managed the Balearic Islands and Lleida Esportiu in the 16/17 season. He also managed Hércules de Alicante CF and coached Cypriot major league club Enosis Neon Paralimni before signing with CF Intercity and making history.