Former Argentine international Hernán Crespo has left his post as coach of the Brazilian first division soccer club FC Sao Paulo.
The decision was made amicably after a conversation between the coach and the board, according to a statement from the club. The contract signed in February should run until the end of next year.
After winning the regional championship of the state of Sao Paulo against Palmeiras in May, the team under Crespo (46) could not meet the expectations in the Brazilian and South American competitions. The termination of the contract by veteran Daniel Alves in the middle of the season also made the working atmosphere more difficult.
Crespo, who played as a player with Argentina in three world championships (1998, 2002, 2006), had won the Copa Sudmericana, comparable to the Europa League, as a coach before his engagement in Sao Paulo with Defensa y Justicia from the province of Buenos Aires.
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