Chelsea former striker Hernan Crespo has been feeling inspired by former Blues boss Jose Mourinho – enough to make him want to coach in England.
Like Mourinho, he wants to make his way as a “top manager” in the Premier League or Championship. Currently, Crespo is the head coach Defensa y Justicia back in Argentina but wishes to give England a chance.
“Jose showed me the way to be a top manager, it’s not only about picking the first XI,” Crespo said.
“It’s understanding everything, 360 degrees, in terms of communication with journalists, governance, the players, the coaches. You are in the middle of all these groups.”
“The Premier League is better than before, it grows and grows,” Crespo said. “Why not in the future? I want to come back to work there, I would like to be part of the Championship or Premier League as a coach.”
Crespo also wants to become the head coach of Argentina National Team someday, as he had stated earlier this month.
“I dream about being the coach of the Argentina national team and to achieve something I couldn’t do as a player: to be a World Cup champion,” he had said.
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