Lionel Scaroni had no doubts about choosing between Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi
Lionel Scaroni , Argentinian soccer coach and world champion Qatar 2022declared that he must choose between Diego Armando Maradona and Leo Messi ‘Best ever’ with Messi and who he said he had “something special.”
The Argentinian manager has been a driving force behind the great success of the Albiceleste team since taking charge in 2018, and his records as a manager include World Cup (2022), Copa America (2021) and Conmebol. UEFA Champions Cup (2022) included. ).
“The World Cup was a great movie and trip. The key to the whole championship was having fun knowing how hard it was Scaroni revealed he hadn’t seen the final since returning from Qatar.
“I thought it was a great game until the 80th minute, but after that it was different. I have pictures and matches in my head It was a shame we didn’t score a goal in the 90th minute. Because it would have been unfair if they scored at the end of extra time,” he said.
“The final technical talk was so moving. As a football player, he confessed, “I will not play for this team.”
“The level is higher than before and that’s why I don’t play for the national team. As a player, he’s like Rodrigo de Paul, but he’s better.”, Appeared.
Scaroni also commented on his footballing preferences between two of the most important players in Argentina’s history: Diego Armando Maradona and Leo Messi.
“If I have to be with you, I’ll be with Leo, who has a special place in my heart. Maradona was great, but he’s the best of all time.” he emphasized.
“Messi’s training is not difficult.Although it cannot be fixed at a technical level, there are times when there is pressure and instructions on how to attack. He’s the best when he puts pressure on, steals the ball and the blood is on,” he noted.
One unknown that Scaroni doesn’t want to reveal is how negotiations for his continuity as Argentina’s manager will go.
“I recently traveled to Buenos Aires and I would like to sit down with the president and see if we can reach the agreement we want. I am very grateful to him and will be announcing what will happen when he leaves,” he commented.
I was asked about the possibility of coaching Spain in the future. Scaroni was outspoken. “I don’t know why. Spain has given me so much. Spain is my second home.”
“Any Argentinian would say the same thing. If you can, it’s Pedri,” he concluded.