SUBXERO wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 08, 2019 3:51 pm
Once again from The Guardian, great read from the day Ole was appointed interim manager:
https://www.theguardian.com/football/20 ... file-molde
Got this link from a mate. Priceless!
The contributor must be either a gifted clairvoyant or a gifted menthalist.
Goku, is that you?
Well basically it's the same thing we were saying here. He doesn't criticize his players he makes them better that's a unique art.
Pierra mistake against Burnley but then he puts a hand around the boy and he get the dividend with that wonder strike.
He take Lukaku and Rashford and tell them the best way to score a goal is to pass it in the net.
All I can say is a star is born in management. He pressed all the teams instead of standing and admiring how they play football.
I think he is a modern day manager. Screw the Cardiff Ole is like one of the best managers in World Football now.
His style of play is positive. He instill belief in his players. He is Young and given the chance he will win trophies with style.