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 By Tim Vickery

Juan Antonio Pizzi takes a risk in following Jorge Sampaoli as Chile boss

Pizzi is taking a risk with Chile but his career in club management makes him a decent choice.

An Argentine centre-forward who played his football for Spain is taking charge of Chile's national team. Juan Antonio Pizzi steps into the slot vacated by the acrimonious resignation of Jorge Sampaoli. Other names were approached or touted -- almost all of them also from Argentina -- but they all declined, and it is easy to see why.

Sampaoli is a tough act to follow. Not only did he win Chile's first silverware (last year's Copa America title), he also turned his team into the neutral's favourites...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chile name Juan Antonio Pizzi as new national team manager

Former Valencia boss Juan Antonio Pizzi is the new man in charge at Leon.
Leon manager Juan Antonio Pizzi has been named the new national team coach of Chile.

Leon manager Juan Antonio Pizzi has been announced as the next manager of Chile's national team, succeeding the departed Jorge Sampaoli, who left his post to pursue other opportunities.

Pizzi will take over as the manager of the defending Copa America champions next week and will stay in the position until the end of the 2018 World Cup, according to a statement on the Chilean federation's website.

"We are very pleased with the arrival of Juan Antonio Pizzi. A professional who gives us full confidence,...

 By Tom Marshall

Chile close to hiring Leon boss Juan Antonio Pizzi as new coach - reports

Argentine boss Juan Antonio Pizzi spent three years managing Chilean clubs

Leon boss Juan Antonio Pizzi is close to becoming the new head coach of reigning Copa America champion Chile, according to a report in AS Chile.

The report indicates the Argentina-born, former Spain international could be introduced as the new Chile coach as early as Monday or Tuesday, after an agreement over the basic contract was reached on Thursday night.

"Only details remain" to seal the deal, according to sources inside the Chilean federation consulted by AS Chile. ESPN Mexico reported it could...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Miguel Herrera says he has no interest in coaching Chile

Jorge Sampaoli has quit as Chile manager after reportedly falling out with the president of the country's Football Federation, Jaime Baeza.
Miguel Herrera's Tijuana defeated Los Mochis by a score of 2-0 on the opening day of the Copa MX.
Club Tijuana's new manager, Miguel Herrera speaks about his passion for coaching and the goals for his new side.

Former Mexico national team coach and current Tijuana boss Miguel "Piojo" Herrera has denied rumours that he is in talks with Chile football federation officials to take charge of that country's national team following Jorge Sampaoli's resignation last week.

Andres Fazio, Chile federation vice president told ESPN.mx on Tuesday, that the federation "was still in the process of studying options," but admitted that Herrera was a fine coach and would be a great option, although there had been no formal...

 By Tim Vickery

Jorge Sampaoli era finally ends in Chile as he seeks fresh challenge in Europe

Jorge Sampaoli has quit as Chile manager after reportedly falling out with the president of the country's Football Federation, Jaime Baeza.

The Sampaoli era is over. The most glorious chapter in the history of the Chilean national team has come to an end, perhaps as a consequence of that very glory achieved during the reign of little Argentine coach Jorge Sampaoli.

Last July, after 99 years of waiting, Chile finally had a serious piece of silverware to put n the trophy cabinet. On home soil, Sampaoli's men beat Argentina on penalties to win the 2015 Copa America. As the country erupted in celebration, a fear haunted the more melancholic...