Pablo VICO, the coach who lives in the club and even has its own street
Football leaves wonderful and amazing personal stories such as Argentina coach Pablo VICO. A man of humble spirit guiding Brown Adrogué and he managed to climb to more than humble club to B, the second category of Argentine soccer, in addition to some campanada as eliminating Cup team more Libertadores history, to a whole Independiente de Avellaneda.
Pablo Vicó lives in the club the 365 days of the year
But this man with a mustache has other features, such as bringing many years living in the club, literally. Former club player, It came nearly two decades ago as a janitor with a room to live on a pension that has the club, call Concentration.
He then worked as manager of the tennis that has the Argentine box for later train in the lower and finally jump to the first team that made history. And all that, without moving from the pension where he still lives.
A man who lives 365 days inside the club from his heart to the one he has tattooed along with the date of the two promotions he got along with his son's initials, who died in 2015 in a traffic accident. A single case since having had a chance to start a promising career has preferred to the team of his life and living in a modest room, that if, inside the club.
The Ferguson Conurbano’ They are known as, It is an institution in the club, so much that in 2014, Alejandro Cignetti, a fan club and builder, He took the unusual initiative to name Paul VICO the street from a gated of San Clemente del Tuyú.
"If I throw as a coach I'm not going to be homeless. I laburaré in lower if the club wants. I have also said many times that before an eventual offer I would not leave Brown for anything in the world.. I can't imagine another life outside the club" Vicó made clear in more than one interview. A real club man.