The team has struggled with a profound instability to retain leaders in the past 13 years, the first time Jose Offerman has been appointed as Blues manager.
Another year, another leader for Tigres del Lice, who, in the midst of the crisis, as a result of poor results in the first quarter of the 2021 Winter Ball campaign, decided to replace Tony Diaz, the manager with whom they started the season, by the veteran Jose Offerman.
This is the fifth time that Overman He will take over the reins of the team, having come in the 2008-2009 season to replace him Hector “La Manta” de la Cruz. In that year led tigers To win the championship, he returned for the 2009-10 season, and then the 2013-14 season, instead mike warrior He also won the champion title with the team. Back for 2014-15 and again for the current campaign.
However, a certain thing happened with tigers From 2008 until now. A total of 15 leaders, including OvermanHe led the blue team at just 13 years old.
those mentioned Hector de la CruzAnd mike warrior And Tony Diaz, next to Dave ClarkAnd Brian HarperAnd Nelson NormanAnd Dean TrainorAnd Lino RiveraAnd Pat KellyAnd Luis UrrutaAnd Ruby HammockAnd Pedro LopezAnd Louis Sogo And the new general manager of the team, Udo Vicente, who was the last winning coach with the team in the 2016-2017 season.
The same inconsistency appears among the men who held the position of team managers. In just 15 years, that is, since the creation of the manager’s personality within the group, this position has been occupied by seven people.
He was the team’s first manager Eddie Toledowhich has been replaced by Raphael Landestoy. follow Fernando Ravello, one of the most successful blues managers, then came Junior NobuaAnd Luis UrrutaAnd Carlos Jose Lugo Finally, Udo Vicente.
With the high turnover of people in key positions like leader and manager, they are showing the instability that has existed in the past decade and a half within the organisation.
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