Thursday, December 10, 2015

Logistics Shrink in Valencia

It was apparently too early for the Mestalla fans to whistle Gary. But indeed, they way Valencia has been handled nowadays is undoubtedly terrifying and full of doubtful dividend. We respect the fact that Valencia is a Football Club, and they must appreciate that Valencia is not a 'ball' which everyone can kick here and there.

Going down 0-2 at home to so-far-not-good Lyon, was embarrassing. Not only that, spending 90 minutes playing a crucial match at home without creating dangerous chances was also disastrous to a club like Valencia.

I have no hidden intention to criticize Gary, but in my previous piece I accused the authorities of Valencia of being in a hurry and in desperate state to appoint a new manager. They ought to have allowed Voro to continue for some times as a caretaker before a right medicine is identified and chosen.

In all, Lim seemed to have brought a policy which failed to yield convincing result thus far. In football, a club's president is vital and has all the basics and philosophy of the club he chaired. But the situation is different in Valencia where the president is simply someone who knew nothing as far as the club's philosophy and tradition is concerned.