A change at the helm for the Spanish national team
Upon attending the draw for the Copa del Rey at the Luis Aragones room at Las Rozas, it was rumoured that there may be a coaching change. Everything pointed towards Luis Enrique becoming the Spain head coach once again.
With good judgement and with information, Luis Rubiales and Jose Francisco Molina, the president and sports director of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) respectively, had been looking for a way to remove Robert Moreno and bring back the Asturian coach, although the preferred option was to have both men sit on the bench for the national team. They had, however, realised that Robert Moreno was doing a very good job as Spain’s coach.
Moreno is a coach with a lot of knowledge and tactical ideas. He had arrived with great enthusiasm, but there was a cloud over his head, namely a distinct lack of experience.
Rubiales’ doubts when speaking to journalists foreshadowed that a change was imminent. The tone when saying that he would give Moreno a rating of 10 for his work was the killer blow. The unanimous feeling was that his time was up.
What has been very wrong has been the repeated messes that the RFEF has made during Rubiales’ time in charge. There have been five coaching changes in 16 months, the same number as Angel Maria Villar had in 24 years, and what a difference in results.
There has been no elegance, no manners shown to Moreno; only disrespect. He didn’t deserve this exit, but the fair, logical, reasonable and surely, the best, option for the Spanish team is to have a coach with more experience. Thanks, Robert. And welcome back, Lucho.
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