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This time it's Hungary who wants him to coach the Hungarian NT! It's all on the Portuguese paper Abola.pt under the Sporting news!

Boloni said he was honored but that he was Sporting's coach!
 

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www.abola.pt

I'm not sure if you's can read Portuguese but having that Latin in your language you should be able to pick some stuff up!;)


Bölöni recusa Hungria

Se os adeptos leoninos, mesmo depois de duas derrotas, não regatearam aplausos a Laszlo Bölöni pelo trabalho que tem desenvolvido ao leme da equipa do Sporting, também na Europa os métodos do actual treinador leonino foram reconhecidos. A federação húngara convidou o antigo seleccionador da Roménia para suceder a Bertalan Bicksei e reconstruir a equipa nacional do país. Mas Bölöni vai continuar em Alvalade: quem tivesse dúvidas, bastava atentar que até prescindiu das folgas para aprimorar a forma de Jardel...

«É um convite honroso, que me enche de orgulho, mas não tenho nada para dizer, nem nenhuma resposta para dar. Neste momento, sou treinador do Sporting», foi a resposta de Laszlo Bölöni, divulgada na imprensa romena, que revelou, ontem, o episódio, onde o reconhecimento às capacidades e qualidades do técnico leonino sai ainda mais reforçado. Ao nosso jornal, ontem à noite, confirmou o convite, e foi mais directo: «Agora, só penso no Sporting».
A história conta-se em poucas palavras. Bertalan Bicksei, seleccionador da Hungria até ao encontro de sábado, na Geórgia, apresentou a sua demissão do cargo no último fim-de-semana, após a derrota dos magiares na Geórgia (1-3). Em desespero de causa, os dirigentes da federação húngara recorreram ao técnico nacional da formação de sub-21, Imre Gellei, para comandar a formação na última quarta-feira, diante da Roménia, em Budapeste.

Gellei renunciou

A derrota diante de Niculae (que marcou um dos dois golos da vitória dos visitantes, recorde-se) e companheiros apressou a decisão de Imre Gellei, comunicada aos responsáveis logo após o encontro.
O técnico dos sub-21, que, durante três dias — de segunda-feira a quarta-feira — acumulou o comando e a liderança das sessões de treino das selecções AA e sub-21 da Hungria, resignou a continuar ao leme da formação principal, e preferiu continuar dedicado aos mais novos.
Na manhã da última quinta-feira, após reunião do Conselho Executivo da federação húngara na véspera, surgiu o convite a Laszlo Bölöni, que, ainda como seleccionador da Roménia, havia conduzida esta equipa à vitória sobre a formação magiar, por 2-0, em Bucareste (mais dois dolos de Niculae), no primeiro encontro entre as duas formações, durante esta fase de qualificação para o Mundial-2002. Ou seja, os próprios adversários reconhecem o mérito ao treinador leonino. Lá diz o ditado: se não podes vencê-lo...
 

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Thanks for the article Alcatraz I get the gist.
«É um convite honroso, que me enche de orgulho, mas não tenho nada para dizer, nem nenhuma resposta para dar. Neste momento, sou treinador do Sporting»
I guess this says it all, something like: "I feel honored, that is flattering to my ego, but I don't have anything to say, I don't have any response to give, at the moment I am Sporting's trainer"...or something like that anyway :)

Anyway if Boloni goes to coach Hungary all Romanians everywhere will consider him as the biggest ever traitor especially in the light of the fact that he quit (!) Romania; for him to go to Hungary after quitting Romania would be hard to swallow, and also, I think, a true step down for him unless the magyars offered him like a ton of cash..but to sell his soul for money would be truly despicable.
 

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I was just wondering...

Is Boloni really as good as everyone has made him out to be in the past half year or so.???

Let's look rationaly at his coaching results...He was able to promote Nancy and then just as able to relegate them. The club is poor so we will give him the benefit of the doubt.

Next he takes over the national team (I'm not going to discuss the friendly matches)..Our first game..we barely excape complete embarrassment by drawing at home home to Lithuania..I think Ganea saved his ass in the 89th. After that come two defeats against Italy. This was Boloni's chance to proove himself. He blew it. The team wasn't even able to score a goal. On both occasions he used poor tactics. The game against Georgia- an improving team. A good 2-0 away victory, but not something to brag about to future generations.

The game against Hungary put alot of stress on him, but there really was no need for it. Hungary is a weak team, which will most likely finish fourth in the group just one place above microscopic Lithuania. The victory was natural, so again nothing to get excite about. We again barely excaped emebarrassment against Lithuania....The score should have been 4-0 rather than a hard faught 2-1. Then he leaves.

Maybe some of you will say that he deserves credit for bringing new players like Niculae, Radoi, and Codrea into the team..Although he did so , I believe they would of found they way even without Boloni...Is there any Romanian stricker that keep Niculae out of the NT???

We all know about his shaky debut with Sporting....

Just some other aspects about his coaching...

At both Nancy and out NT, be managed to have tense relations with at least part of the players. I know that frech players hated him..They said something about him being too theoretical.

We know the problems he has had with some of our players (Galca, Filipescu, Ganea, Ilie), although some, like the incident with Ganea, weren't really his fault. But still they should have never happened. I can't imagine a player, even Ganea, doing something like that (you all know what I'm talking about) to a coach like Iordanescu, Lucescu, or Ienie. I have the impression that some of the players, especially the older ones didn't really respect him. This usually happends when players think that coach is not good enough.

During qualifying for the WC 98, we scored over 30 goals...for EURO 2000, some 34. Quite a contrast to the 9 goals we have scored so far..
 

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dinamo10 said:
I was just wondering...

Maybe some of you will say that he deserves credit for bringing new players like Niculae, Radoi, and Codrea into the team..Although he did so , I believe they would of found they way even without Boloni...Is there any Romanian stricker that keep Niculae out of the NT???

Actually, I think that if Italy wouldn't have had "woke" us up and if Boloni was not the coach, we wouldn't have had those young players in our team right now. He completely rebuilt our team...Plus, he is absolutely genial at finding the right people for the right job and at noticing players' qualities.

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During qualifying for the WC 98, we scored over 30 goals...for EURO 2000, some 34. Quite a contrast to the 9 goals we have scored so far..

In those campains we were playing against Liechsteinstein or Estonia!!! Not Italy, Hungary or Georgia!

I mean.. Dinamo, you cannot blame him for loosing against Italy....! And in such conditions (N.B. total team reconstruction).


Honestly, things came out as they ought to be: Italy first, us second, Gerogia third and so on...

but this doesn't mean Romania cannot become better than ITaly MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA (diabolic laughter) :devil:

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Well Boloni's Sporting stint is at an all time low. His last 3 matches for the club (3 games, 1 loss, 2 ties) Not something to be proud of.

One things for sure Boloni always starts slow.

I still think he is a very good coach, especially for our NT. Maybe he doesn't carry the same passion for coaching a club team as he did for our NT, but hey he made sure players like Niculae, Radoi got into our squad and stayed there. Let's give him a lot of credit there..
 

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Well Boloni's Sporting stint is at an all time low. His last 3 matches for the club (3 games, 1 loss, 2 ties) Not something to be proud of.
I thought Sporting had a win against Porto...Am I wrong??
 
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no u aint wrong man, his record there is 1 win, 2 losses, and a tie i think he is a good coach but not for sporting
 

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From onefootball.com - Boloni's Job is Safe...

The position of Sporting Lisbon's under-fire coach Laszlo Boloni is safe, according to the club's president Miguel Ribeiro Teles. "At the moment this board is not considering the possibility of Boloni's departure," he said.

Boloni left his post as Romanian national coach to take charge of Sporting in the summer.

Despite spending on new players, including Brazilian striker Mario Jardel, the team could only draw against Uniao Leiria at the weekend, on the back of two defeats.

Teles said: "This board implemented a process of choosing a coach to meet the desired profile. It was a choice between four or five candidates. It was a long and careful process. We won't give up on that method based on results at the start of the season.

"This board will always be behind Boloni. Besides, the relationship between the board and Boloni does not allow for inferences or conclusions to be made on the basis of results."

Teles also promised not to buckle under pressure from impatient fans, who are already giving Boloni a diffficult time.

"They're entitled to do so. The board is responsible for the choice. We're not going to look for something to hide behind. We chose Boloni and will stick by that to the end. There will always be solidarity.

"Of course, I'd like us to be in a different position. The position makes me sad because we expected to have more points by now. But it's still them start of the season and we think we'll recover.

"It's worrying that Sporting didn't win these matches. We have to work harder and better to correct the situation, looking towards the future with confidence, correcting lapses and hoping for less bad luck with referees.

"We've already had four penalties not given and a goal wrongly disallowed. That's a lot in four games. But that's no excuse, especially with the way we played against Leiria.

"We could have played better. The team hasn't delivered what we had hoped for but with work, luck and a little improvement we can get there."
 
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