Spanish football

“Surprising messi speaks outside” – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith


Quique Sánchez Flores has reviewed the most immediate news of the greats on the day of his 55th birthday. The former Watford technician spoke in an interview with Radio MARCA about Messi, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico, among others.


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The news of the day was that of the Argentine star, who has answered Abidal through his personal Instagram account. Therefore, the question to Quique was obligatory and has been surprised: “Messi never responds to anything. It is usually expressed in the field”. In code azulgrana, he has also ‘wet’ about the departure of his fellow profession: “Barcelona had a great coach with Valverde. Setas it is, but change is risky.”

The Madridnative has also been challenged by the interest of the entity culé about Angel Rodríguez, striker of Getafe, team that he led in the past: “If Angel leaves it would be very difficult to replace in the Getafe”. The blue battering ram is one of the scorers of José Bordalás, for which he has only good things to say. In fact, a couple of seasons ago he sent a message giving him “all the support when they started criticizing his football.”

He did not forget to go over the Madrid news. The Spaniard believes that with Zidane “Real Madrid is at the best time of the season”, even though “the scene when he returned had changed.” Also, understand that the Barnabas fans ask Mbappé, since he is “one of the best players” and when you see him you know that you will see “something different”.

The trainer could not pass the opportunity to talk about one of the fashionable players, Fede Valverde: “Lardín encouraged us to sign him when we were at Espanyol, but it could not be. He’s an amazing player.”

Finally, the former Atletico technician also gave his view on the criticismof ‘Cholo’: “It’s not debatable, neither now nor ever. It’s like the figure of Luis Aragonés”.

Quique Sánchez Flores is currently without a team after being obese in his second stage at Watford.