Football Italy has identified five factors that will be important in selecting a football coach.1.
The coach has a good understanding of the game and a passion for it.2.
He is prepared to lead a team in his position.3.
He has the right combination of passion and knowledge.4.
He can work in a team with a team-first mentality.5.
He understands the importance of having the right balance between the personal and professional.
Football Italy understands the need for a coach to be passionate about his job and a football team.
In addition to his work with the national team, he has also worked with other teams in Spain, France and Italy.
The club is now preparing to hire a new coach to replace his former coach.
“The first thing I want to make clear is that I’m not here to hire someone who will be a coach in my first year or even my third,” said the 55-year-old.
“I’m here to get to know a coach, a coach who can make a difference.
I want someone who has a passion, who has experience and who has an understanding of what it takes to make football the best it can be.”
The first coach of the new team is a former player with a very similar background to Maradona.
His name is Federico Chiesa, and he has a background in football administration, football science, coaching and football management.
He started as a youth coach and became a national team coach when he was appointed coach of Castilla CF in 2014.
“He is a football guy who knows the game very well,” Maradón said.
“His coaching skills and experience are quite well-known.
I think that’s what attracted me to him, and I’m really excited to work with him.
He will work hard to help me as much as possible.”
Chiesa will be working alongside Maradones team.
“We are going to be together for a while,” he said.
The coach has worked with both former national team players and professional footballers.
“In the case of [Marlos] Toretto, he’s one of the most respected coaches in the world,” Marades told Football Italias.
“He’s a great friend, a good person, a great coach.
I believe that’s why he chose to come here.
He’s going to give the best he can.”
The second coach will be the first in the new club to come from the national side.
“There’s a coach there with the same background, but he is the coach of his club.
He came from Castilla to Madrid, so he’s a good teacher,” Marads added.
“And he’s also a very experienced player with the Spanish national team.
He knows how to win, how to play, how he can help us.
He wants to help us a lot.
He’ll be my partner.”
The third coach will have a very different experience to that of the two.
“The first one is the person who won’t be here in the next couple of years,” Marados added.
He played in Spain’s national team for 16 years and was also the manager of the national teams for the last two years.
“My coach is a very young man, but I’m confident he can be a very good coach.
He already has a great knowledge of the games, and that’s something I need in my head.
I need to know his strengths and weaknesses.”
He will be responsible for coordinating the club’s work, the technical staff and the players.
“To be able to coach a team of that size, it requires some time.
There’s a lot of different areas to manage, and we have a big task ahead of us.
We’ll have to work very hard to achieve that,” Maradias said.