Setién shields himself in the club's politics for not putting young people

We want to win everything and we want to be on the front line, but we also want a 17-year-old boy to perform like the one who has won a World Cup.


Quique Setién believes that if he has not played as many young people as expected upon arrival, it is the fault of the club's planning. In an interview with the ARA newspaper, the Cantabrian coach considers that “the fact of making young people play is not my competence, it should be a bet of the club when planning the season. If you sign five players who are the best in their position, it will be difficult to find a space for a player from the quarry. We want to win everything and we want to be on the front line, but we also want a 17-year-old boy to perform like the one who has won a World Cup and that is only possible if he is a megacrack. ”Also explained in this interview that you see next season at Barça because “whenever I come to a club I think I will stay for life, although in reality I know it won't be like that”. Regarding Griezmann, he maintains that “he is a footballer who moves a lot, but it is not easy to filter out a Pass when you have ten players so closed covering spaces for passes. Everything is a consequence of having been three months without playing, that affects the rhythm. When it is time to play against a rival as disciplined as Sevilla it costs and it is almost impossible to surprise these teams. ”



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