The headquarters of Scotiabank In Peru he announced the end of the contract he had with the Argentine coach Ricardo Garecawho was made official this Thursday as the new coach of Chili. The announcement was made through a message sent to the media, in which the bank thanked him for the months that he was a brand ambassador.
“We inform that we mutually agree to the termination of the link […] From Scotiabank Peru We thank you for the joint work carried out and reaffirm our commitment to all our clients,” the letter reads.
Gareca became an image representative in August 2023, when he starred in a first advertising spot in which he described what being white and red meant to him. “Commitment and, above all, working seriously. Seriousness is dedication and commitment […] If I’m here, it’s because I’ve been a customer for eight years,” he mentioned then for the ‘Let’s be serious’ campaign.
In November he also appeared in an advertisement in which he presented tips for success. “For a team to work, the ego has to be on the side. I always place a lot of value on attitude. In a team everyone is important, there cannot be someone more important,” she noted.
The coach, who made history in Peru and left as a hero, has replaced the Argentine Eduardo Berizzo, who resigned last November at the end of the match in which Chile drew goalless at home against Paraguay in the World Cup qualifier. 2026.
Against history and dogmas, El ‘Tigre’ forged his mission to lead the Peruvian team to a World Cup after 36 years. His recent entry into the group
of Chile has reignited a historic rivalry with that country.