Spartak sporting director calls Abaskal one of Europe’s most promising coaches
Spartak’s sporting director revealed why the club appointed the 33-year-old Spaniard as its new coach and promised next week to comment in detail on the changes that have taken place in the team recently.
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Spartak sporting director Luca Cattani called the Spaniard Guillermo Abascal, who ran the Moscow club, one of the most promising coaches in Europe. He is quoted as saying by Spartak’s website.
“I welcome Mr. Abascal to Spartak, as well as his assistants. I am convinced that we have chosen one of the most promising coaches in Europe. Despite his young age, Guillermo already has a lot of experience. “Our new coach is not in Russia yet, but as of today he is already fully involved in Spartak’s preparation for the new season,” said Cattani.
Spaniard Guillermo Abascal became the new coach of Spartak
The sports director also thanked the former Italian coach Paolo Vanoli for his work. “I want to express my personal gratitude and appreciation for Mr. Vanoli and all members of his coaching staff. “Each of them did not stop for a second in their work and believed in their mission, which led our team to victory in the Russian Cup,” he said.
According to Cattani, next week the club plans to explain in detail the changes that have taken place recently at Spartak.
Spartak announced the appointment of 33-year-old Abaskal on June 10th. The Spaniard has previously worked in Basel, with whom he finished second in the Swiss championship last season.