Thursday, January 12, 2012
Argentine national team Wants Pep
Guardiola ability no doubt. The 40-year coach has collected many titles since to be a Barcelona coach in 2008. Total of 13 trophies have been presented to the club Catalunya, including three La Liga titles and two Champions League trophies.
Finally, the quality of an Guardiola also evidenced by the award as the world's best coach in 2011. Argentine itself has been changing coaches twice since the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Diego Maradona replaced Sergio Batista then evicted by Alejandro Sabella last summer.
"If the AFA may be financially, Guardiola will be the coach. It would be a dream to raise him as a coach," said Grondona told Ona FM.
Grondona seems very confident presence Guardiola will be able to erase the nightmare of a Lionel Messi on the Argentine national team. During this time Messi was always widely criticized for failing to bring Argentine to be a champions like in Barcelona.
"It will be very important if Messi won the World Cup with Argentine," said Grondona.