The Montreal trumpet team has repatriated the former quarterback Anthony Calvillo, who will now serve as the team’s ambassador.
Calvello said in a panel statement: “I am very happy to join Alouettes again. For me, it naturally represents the organization I will be in contact with throughout my life.”
“I have always missed Alouettes, Montreal and Quebec, and I intend to use my new role to participate more in the activities of Alouettes by contacting the team’s champions and team. Community.
Calvillo played with Alouettes in 16 of the 20 CFL seasons. It allowed the Quebec Metropolitan club to participate in eight Grey Cup matches, three of which ended in victory for the Sparrows.
Despite his new position, the 48-year-old will continue to interact with the University of Montreal Carabins, where he is the offensive coordinator and quarterback coach of the formation.
Before joining UdeM, Calvillo served as a member of Alouettes’ coaching staff from 2015 to 2017.
“It is almost impossible to mention the term Alouettes without mentioning Anthony, because the two are always connected. Therefore, we naturally maintain family ties with the greatest quarter in the history of our organization and the entire league, the president of Alouettes. Mario Cecchini announced. In addition to his performance in the field, the adopted Quebec has taken root in us and we will be able to help each other to further expand his foundation. There is no doubt that his appearance will make We build closer relationships with fans.”