before Cruyffism In Spain there was the Franco regime, which also had followers and sympathizers with him and his clubs. And his stuff! Oftentimes, the regime would stage a demonstration in front of the UK embassy in Madrid to chant “Gibraltar, Spanish,” a way like any other to divert attention because no one cared about the rock.
At one point, there were more people on the account, or who knows if they were toned, so the protest threatened to get old. The alternate interior minister called the British ambassador to offer him police reinforcements.
Cruyvista does not appear to invade the coach’s field and reduce his authority in front of the dressing room
The answer was chosen:
“I would prefer, Your Honor, not to send me to this large number of demonstrators…”
If I were Ronald Koeman, I would ask the president to save declarations of affection, friendship and brotherhood for the future Cruevista And he is limited to mentioning the right thing, as if it did not exist, given the massive accumulation of their own plots of land.
One of them is of course not Koeman and he is content with trying to decipher the strange relationship between the president and the coach of FC Barcelona, which in some ways reminds him of the working environment of the Franco regime: bosses were ordering too much and too hard for them. He knew everything and his subordinates to shut up and drain the package. If I am not mistaken, the will capital Cruyff It was in order to make the hierarchy clear and universal so that “here I command” could be said by one but not by you two in the same pen. Looking at what we’ve seen, it looks like the coach – and the very excited one – is Joan Laporta, not Ronald Koeman…
The separation of powers is no longer an obvious issue in our country and even in Barcelona there is the personality of the player-chief (the great Pique). The bad thing is that this season is looking very complicated at FC Barcelona, and if Joan Laporta prefers to enter the coaching field, reduce his authority or delegitimize him, it is better for him to wear it and thus the club saves money.
And with work waiting for the president to refloat the club’s economy, decide on the new stadium and dodge the pennies, does he still have time to become a coach? We already know Koeman was the second – or third – Joan Laporta’s board after winning the election – he didn’t even hide it – but as long as he’s the number one coach, he embodies the club in the locker room – much vanity – and shows before the press – wild animals – maybe he shouldn’t You have to light the fires which you have to put out next. Laporta do not be severe Cruevista In the relationship with the coach, he is even an intruder.
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