BUENOS AIRES, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Former Argentina youth team
trainer Hugo Tocalli became the fifth coaching casualty of the
Argentine championship when he resigned without his Quilmes team
having managed a single win under his care.
Promoted Quilmes lost 2-0 to Velez Sarsfield on Friday to
take their number of matches without a victory to 17, dating
back to last season's Nacional B championship.
Quilmes are equal bottom of the Apertura standings with six
points from 11 games.
Pre-season title favourites Velez moved within two points of
leaders Estudiantes, who were playing Colon away on Saturday.
Tocalli, who steered Argentina to victory in the 2007
Under-20 World Cup, took the Quilmes job in June after steering
Colo Colo to the Chilean championship in December.
Daniel Garnero of Independiente, Antonio Mohamed of Colon,
Hector Rivoira of Huracan and Diego Cocca of Gimnasia had
preceded Tocalli in leaving their jobs, although Mohamed has
since taken charge of Independiente.
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