As the popular saying goes, “culture is dynamic”, football as a sports culture is acquiring its own share of dynamism with immediate retired players who have been entrusted with the management of some clubs and Xabi Alonso is the latest addition, since he’s ready to take over German Borussia. Mönchengladbach next season.
Some of these coaches have not achieved the success that clubs seek – a recent example is Chelsea legend Frank Lampard, who was recently fired from the club as a manager after failing to fall into the top four midway through the season.
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Norwegian Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjær has spent almost two and half years with the cluLb and is yet to secure a silverware for the club which has prompted some supporters to call for his head.
Andrea Pirlo, a club legend at Juventus, risks losing his job after being humiliated by the Portuguese giants fc Porto, resulting in his exit from the most prestigious club tournament in Europe (Uefa Champions League) and also fighting to defend the Scudetto title. with Juventus that his predecessor Maurizio Sarri won.
Zinedine Zidan has shown that, with the right mindset and materials, young coaches can succeed as he has done with Real Madrid after being appointed for the first time in 2010 as special adviser to the club’s first team.
Zizou lovingly won the UEFA Champions League three times and Real Madrid cemented its claim to be the most successful club in the history of the UEFA Champions League.
Xabi Alonso in 2018 after completing his UEFA elite coach course returned to Real Madrid where he assumed the role of Real Madrid Under-14 coach.
Alonso went on to head Real Sociedad B after his appointment on June 1, 2019, and took office on July 9, 2019.
Xabi Alonso was officially appointed to succeed Marco Rose as Borussia Mönchengladbach’s first team coach starting next season.
There are doubts that he will succeed at the club with his minimal experience, but it is a risk worth taking considering the standard that Marcos Rose has set for the team.
Xabi Alonso won three Bundesliga titles with Bayern after being signed by Pep Guardiola in 2014 and ended a glorious playing career three years later.
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