The latest news about Gabriel Heinze, defender of Paris Saint-Germain, is that he is the new manager of the group Newell’s team Old Boys. Heinze was on the PSG team between the years 2001 to 2004. He also made several appearances during his stint with the Parisian club. He played left-back as well as center-back in many games. After he left the capital city of France he moved to other renowned clubs such as Real Madrid, Manchester United, Roma, and Marseilles. After that, he hung up his boots at the Old Boys club.
There was an official unveiling of his position in the recent past. He was made the boss of the Argentinian side. An official statement released from the club stated that the club members were informed that Gabriel Heinze has been officiated as the new coach for the first team of the club. His predecessor had been Adrian Coria who resigned in August. Since then the former club Lionel Messi had been looking for a replacement. Before this appointment, Heinze had prior managerial experience as well. These were with Velez Sarsfield, Argentinos Juniors, and Atlanta United. The Old Boys at Newell finished in 11th position in the last season, after obtaining 40 points across 27 matches.
There are many stories about Gabriel Heinze. He remains a popular favorite of the fans at the Old Trafford club. He had once used slang to tell off the captain of Manchester United. It is a story that Gabriel Heinze revealed himself to the media, a couple of years ago. He revealed that he had told off the captain of the Red Devils in the locker room. He admits that he was daft enough and the Irishman had not taken it well. He later referred to Gabriel in his autobiography, referring to him in similar slang words. However, such tit-bits are only interesting stories that color Gabriel’s illustrious playing career.