For the 2019 Opening, the team recorded the assassin.
The club’s chairman, Alberto Castellano, verified the attacker’s back. The chief posted through his formal Twitter account: “It’s a delight to announce that Omar Bravo, one of Mexican football’s most trusted and emblematic teams, enters the Black Lion club as a coach for the 2019-2020 campaign. Welcome to your home.’
Omar Bravo has been working with the Black Lions since the pre-season but as a technical assistant. He asked the university institution for permission in search of the title of the coach to perform his professional practices there. Something began to happen little by little. First, he was invited to participate in the club’s 45th anniversary as a competitor.
Now, he’s formally accepted the invitation to perform with Black Lions.
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