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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old November 20th, 2006, 19:55 Thread Starter
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In all honestly, would you prefer an Albanian coach?

Do you think it matters?

In my opinion, NT's should only be represented by people from that country; this includes coaches and the staff. It's sad whats going on in todays NT's..You have Brazilians playing for slavic countries..thats not right. I dont think coaching is any different. Lets take for example the Croat coach...what does he have to lose? NOTHING since he's only doing this for money. A national coach would have more heart and make the players work harder and do whatever he can to make the team better...

Other benefits are communication issues...Do the players understand Baric perfectly? I think not and I believe the assistant coach is not Albanian as well(NOT SURE)

What I would love to see someday is someone like Tare and Lala becoming coaches since they are both great captains and are about to retire soon. :smileani:
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old November 20th, 2006, 21:27
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I think Haxhi would turn to a good coach as well... hes a player without an ego.
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I wouldn't prefer an albanian coach if he hasn't prooved troughout his whole carrier that he is an honest man. And he should atleast have a very, very good trainer license, experience. A trainer that nobody can't buy just to get some minutes for the NT, who want's albanian players from all over the world and gets them while they're young and talented, not finished products.

I would prefer a younger vers. of Mr. Baric. Be that albanian, german, swede or whatsoever. Rudi Vata, Albert Bunjaku e.tc could be something valuable to our NT whenever Baric decides to quit or gets fired.
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I wouldn't prefer an albanian coach if he hasn't prooved troughout his whole carrier that he is an honest man. And he should atleast have a very, very good trainer license, experience. A trainer that nobody can't buy just to get some minutes for the NT, who want's albanian players from all over the world and gets them while they're young and talented, not finished products.
Totally agree !!
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