Argentina’s 1986 World Cup-winning manager Carlos Bilardo tests positive for COVID-19

Carlos Bilardo, the previous Argentina supervisor who drove the group to triumph in the 1986 World Cup, has tried positive for coronavirus. As per reports in the Argentine media, the 82-year-old Bilardo is asymptomatic and lives in a nursing home where 10 different inhabitants have tried positive for the infection. He experiences a mind issue.

Estudiantes La Plata, the club where he played and oversaw later, communicated something specific of consolation for him on their Twitter page. “We are in this match with you Carlos!” they tweeted on Friday.

Bilardo was acclaimed for bringing the 3-5-2 arrangement to standard accomplishment with his best on the planet Argentina side that included the unbelievable Diego Maradona. Aside from driving the group to the title in 1986, he likewise drove them to the last in 1990.

In Europe, he oversaw Spanish side Sevilla in the wake of leaving Argentina. He at that point proceeded to oversee Argentine mammoths Boca Juniors before spending brief periods as chief of Guatemala and Libya. He came back to Estudiantes to lead them for a year somewhere in the range of 2003 and 2004.

Bilardo was admitted to serious consideration in July 2019 with Hakim-Adams condition. Since his release, he has been living in the nursing home.

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