Nicola MerlettiReading: 2 minutes.
Fernando Diniz is today the ultimate authority and architect of the team Fluminense, Who faces the grand final Conmebol Libertadores Against Boca Juniors, with a lot of confidence and trust in their captain, But this was not always so.
The coach went through the first stage of influenza, in 2019, with results completely different from the current results. Diniz was announced as the new coach on 19 December 2018 and his first official match was against Volta Redonda on 18 January 2019, after a long-lasting and agonizing 1-1 draw at the start of Taka Guanabara. In this state championship, he had a good run, reaching the final, where he lost 1-0 to Vasco, after defeating Flamengo in the semi-final in El Clásico.
In March, they played in Taka Rio, finishing first in their region, but losing agonizingly 2-1 in the semifinals to Flamengo.In another version of the Rio derby.
In April, in the semi-finals of the Carioca Championship qualifiers, there was a new confrontation between the two and Florida qualified with a 1-1 draw due to the athletic advantage.
Meanwhile, Flo began his international campaign in CONMEBOL Sudamericana, qualifying against Antofagasta in the first round, with a home draw and a visiting victory.
In April, the Brazilian League also started, which is always a very complex tournament and one of the most equal in the region and the world. The beginning was very bad for Deniz’s sons They lost five of the first seven games.
In the middle there was the elimination against Cruzeiro in the Brazilian Cup and the passage in the Sudamericana against Atletico Nacional.
but The domestic championship ship could never be righted and would barely pick up one more victory until Date 15. Reaching the quarterfinals of the Sudamericana against Peñarol was not important for the leadership.
Eighteenth place in the Brazilian league and the specter of relegation loomed too large for Diniz to continue, and he was sacked on 19 August. A few days after playing against Corinthians for CONMEBOL Sudamericana.
Fernando Diniz’s balance in his first phase as coach of Fluminense left very irregular numbers and very few things to highlight. In 44 matches, they won 18, drew 11, and lost 15, with an effectiveness rate of 49% of points.
It turned out that his second session was very different, but before the weddings there was a stage in which he was exposed to criticism and the results eluded him. At Maracanã, you have the perfect opportunity to achieve “eternal glory”.
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