I agree. If he wants to leave no better time to do it. National team have just finished a pretty good WC campaign and there is alot of optimism now for the national team which lacked prior to this WC. With what we've seen this WC, whoever takes over will a wonderful team to build on. Now that some of the older players are retiring that will make room for some more younger players such as Vicente, Joaquin to earn first team spots, hopefully.el niño said:Camacho believes that the critisism (of the teams preparations and Camachos tactical dispositions during the matches) from a part of the press damages the atmosphere of the national team.
After considering the pros and cons of his dramatical decision, Camacho found out that this was a good time to leave. Both he and the RFEF leaves winning and the optimism around the national team gives a good fundament for a new coach to build on.
Irureta? No way man!!el niño said:But what about Irureta? Don`t think it will happen...but a man can dream :greed: