Commander of San Luís, Mexico, the coach was an Olympic champion with the Brazilian national team and was successful in Cotia
After the 1-1 draw against Coritiba, away from home, last Thursday (8), São Paulo missed the chance to paste in the leaders of the Brazilian Championship. Now, after ten rounds, the team has 15 points and is in sixth place, with three wins, six draws and one defeat. A victory, for example, could take Tricolor do Morumbi to third place, behind rivals Palmeiras and Corinthians.
The fans’ assessment of Rogério Ceni’s work is divided. The success with the alternative team in the Copa Sudamericana is a positive point, but the lack of victories in the Brasileirão bothers: there are four straight draws. On the other hand, little is said about the change of coach, something that was relatively recurrent in the last years of the club. One of them, in turn, may be back in national football.
This is André Jardine, who had great success passing through the basic categories of Tricolor, but did not achieve great results in his opportunity to command the main team. Between November 2018 and February 2019, he had just 40% of success ahead of the professionals, and soon after took over the U-20 and then Olympic team of Brazil, winning gold in Tokyo last year.
According to Globo Esporte, Jardine became Vasco’s main target, after the request and dismissal of Zé Ricardo. The club, now managed by the company 777 Partners, understands that there are difficulties in taking him away from Atlético San Luis, in Mexico, where the coach is having a good time. The fact of having good work with young people weighs because it is something that the company prioritizes at the moment for the Vasco project, but negotiations have not yet been opened.