Argentine coach refused to lead “Inter”

17th June, 2011 | Posted by Football Info

Former head coach of Argentina and Chile – Marcelo Bielsa refused to lead Milan football club “Inter”. Bielsa rejected the offer to take the head coach of “Inter”, made by the club’s president Massimo Moratti. It is reported online edition of Goal.com. Reasons for rejection are not called.
Earlier, media wrote that the in June, the 55-year-old Bielsa has already rejected two job offers that came from the Roman coach “Roma” and Spanish “Seville”.
It is unclear what decision is waiting Bielsa from current head coach of the ‘Inter’ Leonardo. Media reported that he could take the post of sporting director of the Paris club – Paris Saint-Germain, but, as noted by Goal.com, the Milanese are unlikely to agree to terminate the contract with Leonardo before they find a replacement.
Bielsa has worked with several Argentine clubs, and in 1998, he led the national team of Argentina. From 2007 to 2011 he worked as head coach of Chile. At World Cup 2010, Argentine specialist led Chileans to 1/8 finals.

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