Gustavo Quinteros is not saved from this bad moment of Colo Colo which has him in the last place of the standings five points behind the second last and with 12 dates ahead to get the team off a descent that could be historic for a team that has never lost the category.
The numbers of the “Cacique” in the year are worrying, but also those of the Bolivian nationalized Argentine technician, who, although he has been detached from the great responsibility of the crisis that this team has experienced, increasingly accentuates its incidence in the results obtained. So much so that in eleven games commanding the albos, it performs worse than its predecessors.
Worse than Salas and Gualberto
The former strategist of Catholic University registers two wins, three draws and six losses that compared to the statistics of Mario Salas that in seven official matches he achieved two wins, one draw and four losses and Gualberto Jara who in 12 commitments got three wins, three draws and six defeats. Quinteros’ is the lowest.
In percentages Mario Salas adds 33% of performance, the interim trainer reached the same average as the “Commander”, while Gustavo Quinteros in all these matches disputed above barely adds 27.3% yield.
Notably Colo Colo has no margin of error and even if certain types of results occur on this twenty-second date as a triumph of Coquimbo Unido and Palestino, the white team is six points away from escaping the relegation zone. Also, with a fixture that has Unin Espaola, UC and Unin La Calera as their next three rivals.