On the afternoon of the 8th local time, Alejandro Savilla, the former head coach of the Argentine national team, died of illness in the hospital at the age of 66.
Savilla, who was taken to hospital last month for medical discomfort, died of illness after 13 days of hospitalization.
Savilla was born in Argentina on November 5, 1954. He is a former Argentine footballer from River Plate and plays as a midfielder. After retiring, he led many teams. In 2009, he led the University of La Plata to win the Copa Libertadores.
In 2011, he replaced Batista as the Argentine national team and led Argentina to the final in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, narrowly losing to Germany and winning the runner-up.