QUITO - Colombian Reinaldo Rueda, who
steered Honduras to the World Cup in South Africa, was unveiled
on Tuesday as coach of Ecuador.
Ecuador, who missed out on the 2010 tournament after
reaching the previous two World Cups, signed former Colombia
coach Rueda until the 2014 finals in Brazil. The 53-year-old
replaces Ecuadorean Sixto Vizuete.
"The central objective will be to qualify for the World
Cup," said Rueda, whose first commitment is next year's Copa
America in Argentina.
Rueda coached Colombia from 2004 to 2006 before he took
charge of Honduras. He quit as Honduras coach last month.
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