Before settling with the Mastiffs, Paulo Fonseca was the target of two giants in Brazil, Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro, and Corinthians in Sao Paulo. Both methods were rejected by the current LOSC technician.
After two weeks of fierce competition, during which the Los Angeles players played six consecutive matches without any setback in all competitions, Paulo Fonseca can enjoy a quieter period thanks to the international break. The Lille technician kicked things off with an extraordinary conference at the TransferRoom Summit in Lisbon, after which he gave an interview to Brazilian media Trivela. The latter was immediately published, and represents an opportunity for the Mastiff to explain his choice to join the LOSC, at the expense of the Brazilian approach. Indeed, before joining the North team, he was the target of two giants in Brazil, Flamengo in Rio de Janeiro, and Corinthians in Sao Paulo.
Initially, Paulo Fonseca admitted that various clubs in South America had approached him after his ouster from Roma. If the size of these teams interested him, the format of the local tournament pleased him even more: “I think it is impossible to develop attractive football in Brazil, because it is not possible to build real projects there, due to lack of time. Teams play every other day, travel, there is no time to train, there is no time to recover. It is difficult to work in Brazil, especially for “For a coach like me, who loves the game and sometimes gives priority to his way of winning over the result itself. I repeat, but if we want to build something as a coach, we must have the time to do it. »the Portuguese artist captured, without a filter about it.
This key point, the time given to the coach to develop his football vision, is one of the characteristics that attracted him to the Mastiffs: “I chose France and Lille, because I had the possibility of joining a very competitive tournament, full of young talent and which gave me time to build something that looked like me, and to have time to build a team with my ideas. For this reason, it was very important in the first year not to hold European competitions, and it was We always have full weeks of training.Before continuing at the French league level, Uber Eats noted: “Not because I’m there, but from my point of view, the French Championship is probably the second best championship in Europe.”concludes his interview in Trivella.