Tigres officially says goodbye to Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferretti, praising his successes
The managers of Tigres and the Foundation are called ‘Toca’ Ferretti after 11 years at the helm
Ricardo Ferretti was officially separated from Tigres when, on Monday, the team thanked the strategist For his time at the helm of an institution that awarded five Liga MX titles and the coveted international title when they won the Concacaf Champions League, which earned them attending the Club World Cup, where they lost the final with Bayern Munich, becoming the first Mexican team to reach this stage.
Tigres executives gave words to “Tuca” after 11 years in the organization, A stage where the Felines signed their best of times, establishing themselves as the champion of the MX League and a regular guest in the league, something they did not achieve in Guard1anes 2021 when they were eliminated by Atlas in the replay phase.
Club nicolaita uploaded three letters about Ricardo Ferretti and even edited his profile picture with a symbolic mustache To bid farewell to Toca
CEOs like Mauricio Donner, Alejandro Rodriguez and Mauricio Colebro gave few words to those who awarded them five domestic championships, as well as an international title that denied them a lot.
“This successful phase of our great history comes to an end. It is time to thank those who have strengthened this great institution. Thank you, dear Ricardo!” Saeed Donner, Chair of the Tigres-CEMEX Liaison Committee.
In turn, Alejandro Rodriguez, the team leader, noted, “Today is the end of the tournament and we have to thank Ricardo Ferretti for being part of this great time.” Past years in Mexican football.
Finally, Mauricio Colebro, who recently became Vice President of the club, highlighted what the word “toca” means to students of the University of Nuevo León.
“Tuca will always have a special place in the history of this club. We are grateful to him and for everything he has brought to this institution.”
Ricardo Ferretti has left five League titles, three Champions League titles, the Campiones Cup, the MX Cup and the CONCACAF Champions League.
Thanks for everything, Touka! 🤝#This_tiger 🐯#ProfileTigre 💪 pic.twitter.com/8I9athVLPb
– Tigres Official Club 🐯 (TigresOficial) May 10, 2021
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