Argentina National Team pro player Patricio Hernández will be joining us starting July 30th, 2016 to hold special training classes for future strikers and also including a one day coaches clinic. Make sure that you sign up to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity!
Who is Patricio Hernández?
Patricio Hernández (born 16 August 1956) is an Argentine football (soccer) coach and former player.
Hernández started his career in 1974 at Estudiantes de La Plata, a club that he would later manage.
He soon earned a reputation as a skillful attacking midfielder, with a very precise shot. He was transferred to Italian team Torino F.C. in 1982 for a then record transfer fee for Estudiantes.
This record fee allowed Estudiantes to build an excellent roster, who won championships in 1982 and 1983.
Argentina coach César Menotti included Hernández in the 1982 FIFA World Cup.
As a player for:
1982–1984 Torino F.C. 57
1984–1985 Ascoli 26
1986–1987 River Plate
1987–1988 Argentinos Juniors
1989 –1990 Cruz Azul
1990–1991 Argentinos Juniors