Costa Rica announces Ronald González as new manager of La Sele
After the former manager resigned for what he deemed a better opportunity, the Costa Rican Soccer Federation has appointed Ronald González as the new head of La Sele.
González, 49, is a Tico with a history both as a player and coach with the men’s national teams. He enjoyed a three-year stint managing the under-20 squad starting in 2008 and more recently managed clubs in Costa Rica and Guatemala.
He will begin the job immediately following an introductory press conference Tuesday and will be on the sidelines of Costa Rica’s Nations League matches against Haiti and Curaçao on Oct. 10 and 13, respectively.
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