Bologna Coach Motta Praises Two Managers He Takes Inspiration From

Bologna head coach Thiago Motta has cited two managers he takes inspiration from and translates to his style of management. Motta is currently in his third club as a manager in the space of three years, having been relieved from his Spezia spell last season following a short stint at Genoa.

Speaking to the press (via TuttoNapoli) ahead of the clash against Torino, Motta shed light on the tactical mindset he implores to set his teams up to play man-marking.

“Yes, it’s coming back into fashion, but then it depends. from what perspective it is see. Juric conveys it perfectly, getting what he wants. Obviously, this style of play has advantages and disadvantages. “

The ex-Inter and Barcelona midfielder then complimented two coaches – Roma coach Jose Mourinho and Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti for their passion for the beautiful game.

“I’m growing. I hope to reach the level of some coaches, for example for how Mourinho and Spalletti still live the game, after all they have done they still live the match in an extraordinary way. It’s splendid for us younger coaches to observe and learn from them. I would like and hope to reach an age where I will still have the same passion as today. I would like to love this job as I love it now. This is the basis of everything.”

Motta will take care of his 8th match for the Rossoblu when they welcome the Granata to the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara. He has won three and lost as many, drawing only one, in his seven matches so far.

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