Thursday, December 3, 2015

Is Gary the Savior?

Valencia have turned into brothers and sons. As Nuno bowed out amicably, there had been the speculation that his assistant Phil Neville might well be announced as his successor in caretaking capacity.

Surprisingly, it only went on air that 'Valencia signed Gary Neville' till the end of the season. What has been going wrong at the Mestalla? This could remind most of Valencia fans of the plenty speculation made when Ranieri was sacked and desperately replaced him with Koeman instead of appointing a caretaker manager for a while.
It's a well known fact that Neville will be facing dual and tough task ahead. One, Neville is on his early stage in his coaching career, and most of which if not all were spent in English Football. And never played anywhere apart from England. Secondly, he was given a huge take of managing the third biggest club in Spanish Football history, Valencia. For all those who think that Valencia Fans would take excuses; they're only depriving themselves. All that Valencia fans want at the Mestalla was and is returning to the winning ways.
Moreover, Gary is not conversant with Spanish Football at this very stage and at the same time language is another problem to be faced with.

Anyway, let's hope that Gary's signature was not based on friendship or relationship just like Nuno's. Because it was clear that Nuno value his relationship with Lim more than that of his career when he tendered his resignation honorably instead of waiting to be sacked and went away with huge amount of money.

Without doubt, Gary Neville was a great player of his time. And world of football has had great coaches who once played the same role with Gary during their time. With this in mind, the roaring crowd of the Mestalla could certainly pocket their hankerchief, punished Europe once more, and sing their songs of victory as they were once was.