Spain coach Joseph Cardiola is hopeful that his footballer, Manchester City, will set his latest record against his German team-mate Thomas Toussaint when he leads his team today in the sixth leg of the English Football League.
Before the German came to Chelsea, Cardiola did not lose against him, but he adored him three times last season, including the Champions League final.
For a long time, Cardiola was Toussaint’s teacher, but after a different life with Mainz, Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and now Chelsea, Toussaint began to make a name for himself and began to reduce differences with Pep.
Since accepting his position at the West London club in early 2021, he has surpassed a coach who has always been considered a role model.
And in his childhood he was with Ajax Amsterdam, and his coach Louis van Gaal, or Barcelona’s Dutchman Johann Groof, and Arsenal with Frenchman Arsene Wenger, but Duchess agreed last March that “when I began to understand football more, there was Pep and Barcelona.” Pep taught me everything: we can win everything if we play well, win everything, attack modestly and elegantly, maintain strong defenses and do this with the graduate players at the creation center. “
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