Milito Kick Starts A New Dawn In Avellaneda

trofeoWelcome to the latest post following Diego Milito’s Managerial Journey that as started with his boyhood club Racing Club de Avellaneda. On taking the reigns Milito was given the task of turning around a Copa Sudamericana 2nd round 1st leg 1-2 deficit against Colo-Colo of Chile in his first competitive game in management, however Racing would play a friendly against another Chilean side Universidad de Chile before the Copa game which would allow Milito the opportunity to have a look at the players before the big game. Before we look at the new Racing boss and his start in management I want to spend a little time on how I have chosen to play FM18.
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El Príncipe Arrives At La Academia

Just-Diego-in-Racing-diego-milito-39264062-500-333Welcome home is painted on the edges of a large banner that as Racing Club de Avellaneda’s club badge on it to welcome the arrival of Racing’s new manager Diego Milito. This will be the former Racing Club’s forwards first shot at management and a large crowd of journalists have assembled at the club’s press conference to hear what the 38 year old Milito has to say. “Diego this must be a proud moment for you”? A nervous looking Milito takes a sip of water before answering, “yes I can’t express how pleased I am to have been given the chance at a club which has played a big part in my life and that is close to my heart, first of all I would like to thank the supporters of the club for welcoming me home and I would like nothing more to be able to bring some silverware to the club in return for this warm welcome, but first we have to build a solid foundation that will allow us to be competitive for years to come”.

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