The former coach of the Catholic University analyzed the cycle of the Argentine in Uruguay.
Marcelo Bielsa can give rise to many things, less indifference. The coach lives the beginning of his cycle in Uruguay national teamwhere it already has a problem due to non-call Luis Suarez And Edinson Cavani. Considering this, Gustave Poyet He decided to express his opinion on this matter.
The Coach Who Sneaked Through Catholic Universitywas selected from his country during his career as a footballer, winning America’s Cup 1995., so in Uruguay it is an authorized voice to refer to the current situation with Celeste. In that sense, he put pressure on Bielsa about what would happen next. next round of playoffs.
“These will be the easiest qualifiers ever, since two more qualify, in this aspect it would be a disaster not to go to this World Cup,” Poyet explained in a conversation with Carve Deportiva. Despite this, he praised the Argentine coach.
“Bielsa’s thing is something very interesting, it is unique, there is no other like it., although many people call themselves Belsists. Let’s hope he has made a big contribution and the coach who comes after him will be able to take advantage of what he leaves in the national team,” he said.
What is Bielsa’s disagreement with Suarez and Cavani?
Possibly the most important step you have taken Marcelo Bielsa at the start of his period as Uruguay manager, must be excluded from qualifying matches Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavanitwo of La Celeste’s all-time leading scorers.
In the absence of both historical factors, Poyet also expressed his vision. “I don’t know what Marcelo didbut if it was me would talk to Suarez and Cavani and then draw a conclusion decide. It’s difficult, but the best thing for a national team coach is to choose what we want,” commented the national team coach. Greece national team.
When will Uruguay make their qualifying debut?
Next La Celeste starts its qualifying journey Friday, September 8, 20:00.. He will do this by playing at the Centenario stadium in Montevideo against Chile.