Monchi – I hire and fire coaches

first_imgA.S. Roma director of football Monchi reveals in an interview with Sports Illustrated that he has the authority of hiring and firing coaches while also reflecting on his goal for the club.Monchi sat down for the exclusive interview and also spoke about his work at Roma and why he left Sevilla. Calcio Mercato reports.Monchi was a former Sevilla goalkeeper and played for the Spanish club between 1990-1999.On the reason he left Sevilla, Monchi said: “It is a question that they have asked me many times. I really thought it was time for me to change after 29 years divided between life as a footballer and a sports director.“I felt I needed to try new things and test myself to see if I could do my work outside my home. Many think that I did it for money but the truth is I needed a new experience.”Chris Smalling open to a permanent AS Roma deal Andrew Smyth – September 6, 2019 Chris Smalling can “definitely see a longer-term future” for himself at AS Roma should things work out on his loan spell from Manchester United.Monchi then spoke of his role in AS Roma, the hierarchy at the club and his authority to hire and fire coaches.“The hierarchy is similar to that in every other club. There is a president, a general manager, a managing director etc. My boss is Pallotta, but fortunately, I can work independently, obviously keeping him updated on all news.“Our relationship is excellent, as well as that with Baldissoni and Gandini. Hiring and firing coaches is my responsibility because the sports project depends on the coach’s decisions.”He spoke of his goals for the club saying: “My biggest goal is to build an economic model that is sustainable and stable, while on a sporting level it is to bring Rome as close as possible to the highest level. These are my two goals.”last_img

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