Robert Moreno has reappeared publicly at the Sporting Values II Sport Gala, after receiving the Values Award for Best Coach. He, who was a national coach, was very grateful for the recognition and sang a speech about his way of being and how the closest people helped him throughout his career. In addition, he left a cryptic message from Seneca to close his presentation: "It's good to be important but more important to be good"
Robert's Values: "I thank Sport and the jury for giving me a prize that does not depend on the ball entering the goal. In a team transgaming.org, receiving these awards is a great pride. I would say that, for me, the values and principles are as what we call them the coaching game model or philosophy. They help you in the good times, but especially the bad ones. You have something to hold on to, you have something to look at. "
The affection of your players: "These awards, even if they are individual, cannot be obtained if not for close people. I have been training since I was 14 and I don't want to stop remembering all the players I had around. I tried to be empathetic and humble to teach things to them. I also had a lot of coordinators and club managers who trusted me and I returned them with work and effort. "
The no of your career: "Recently, a teacher from my old school invited me to give a talk to the children who had to decide on their future. This happened before I was a coach, I accepted and told them about pursuing the passions. One of the things that I said is I am an expert on "no": you can't be a coach, you can't be a professional, you can't be a coach … And I said to them: "I didn't turn them into why no? And I think so. "
Nice: "Finally, I want to remind the people who were by my side, especially my staff, who helped me a lot these days and my family. Thank you very much and I want to end with a sentence from Seneca:" It's good to be important, but more importantly be nice. "