Omar De Felippe is no longer the coach of Newell



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After the meeting, the resigned coach said: "I did not see answers from the team, the decision goes out there " and he argued that "Players have to change the air".

De Felippe had been "badly stopped" after the defeat of the rosarino team against its rival classic Rosario Central by 2 to 1 on November 1, for the quarterfinals of the Argentine Cup played on the Arsenal court in Sarandí.

At that time, he said: "Now I have the strength to continue, when I get to Rosario, I will tell you," De Felippe anticipated about his continuity questioned in the post, which then achieved with the approval of the leaders of the Parque Independencia club.

De Felippe then proposed to lead the team against the Pointer Racing Club, with which he lost 1 to 0 in Avellaneda, despite having played one of the best games of his cycle.

So, Newell is tied scoreless at home against rising defense and justice after De Felippe announced he would lead the team in the last four games of the year and then I decided to continue or not in office.

The DT who he had replaced Juan Manuel Llop he left with a record of 6 wins, 4 draws and 9 losses in local tournaments (with 18 goals in favor and 19 against). Under his leadership, the team could never win as a visitor or convert more than two goals in any condition (except in the Copa Argentina).

De Felippe said goodbye to Newell after having Picked up 22 points out of 57 in contention: an efficacy of 38.5%.

Throughout his technical leadership, the rosarino team was eliminated in the first round of the South American Cup against Atletico Paranaense and in the quarterfinals of the Copa Argentina where he eliminated Deportivo Rincón, Defensores Unidos de Zárate and Atletico Tucumán, but fell in the classic against Rosario Central.

De Felippe joins the list of coaches who left their positions in this Super League: Claudio Biaggio (San Lorenzo), Lucas Bernardi (Belgrano de Córdoba) Ezequiel Carboni (left Lanús and took on Argentinos Juniors), Juan Pablo Pumpido (Director), Rubén Forestello (left San Martín de Tucumán and moved to San Martin de San Juan) Alfredo Berti (Argentinos Juniors), Gastón Coyette (left San Martín de San Juan and arrived in San Martín de Tucumán) and Cristian Ledesma (Tigre).

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