SANTIAGO - Former Boca Juniors
midfielder Diego Cagna became the third successive Argentine
coach to take charge of Chilean champions Colo Colo on
Thursday, the club said.
Cagna will start next Monday when Hugo Tocalli leaves after
taking his place on the bench for the last time in this
weekend's Santiago derby against Universidad de Chile, the club
said on their website.
Tocalli, who succeeded Claudio Borghi at Colo Colo last
year, has resigned to return home for personal reasons. He
steered Colo Colo to the Clausura title in December.
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