“The Best 2023” Awards “FIFA” announces the three nominees for the best coach in the world “The Best 2023” Awards “FIFA” announces the three nominees for the best coach in the world

“The Best 2023” Awards “FIFA” announces the three nominees for the best coach in the world

“The Best 2023” Awards “FIFA” announces the three nominees for the best coach in the world

On Wednesday, FIFA announced the final list of candidates for the 2023 World Coach of the Year award, which included three names.
The Spanish coach, Pep Guardiola, and the Italian duo, Simone Inzaghi, Inter coach, and Luciano Spalletti, the current coach of the Italian national team and former coach of Napoli, were on the final list.


Guardiola is considered the most prominent candidate to win the award, after he led Manchester City last season to win a historic treble by combining the Champions League, the English Premier League and the FA Cup, noting that the Champions League title was Man City's first in its history.

Spalletti comes in second place in terms of nominations for the Coach of the Year award, after he put the Napoli team back on the right track and led them last season to their first Italian League title after a drought that lasted 33 years.

Spalletti left Napoli at the end of last season to coach the Italian national team, which he led to reach the European Nations Cup finals scheduled to be held in Germany next summer.

As for Inzaghi, he succeeded with Inter in reaching the Champions League final for the first time since 2010, and was on the verge of winning the crown had it not been for the narrow loss in the final match against Manchester City with an unanswered goal.

FIFA will announce the winner of the Best Coach in the World award, and the names of the other winners of its various awards, at a ceremony to be held in London on January 15.

Yesterday, Tuesday, FIFA announced the final list of candidates for the Best Goalkeeper Award in the World for the year 2023, which included the Belgian trio Thibaut Courtois, the Real Madrid goalkeeper, the Moroccan Yassine Bono, the Saudi Al Hilal goalkeeper, and the Brazilian Ederson, the Manchester City goalkeeper.



By government decision, Barcelona players are prohibited from showering in their team’s stadium!

The Catalan Council has waved a ban on showers in halls and sports centres, including the Luis Companis Stadium and the Joan Gamper training center used by FC Barcelona, ​​as an austerity measure due to the drought.
The Catalan government's climate action advisor, David Mascort, told Cadena Ser radio on Wednesday that this measure will begin next January, after the Catalan government announced a move to the "pre-emergency phase" next week, in light of the drought it is suffering from. Territory.

FC Barcelona will have to “recoup” the cost of the water used to irrigate the grass at the stadium and the training center, or “shower at home,” according to climate action consultant David Mascort.

Mascort warned that the Barcelona team would continue “to consume water at the same current levels,” which would require it to “compensate.”

Barcelona will host its matches at the Luis Companis Stadium during the 2023/2024 season instead of its historic Camp Nou stadium, which is undergoing restoration in order to develop it and increase its capacity by 11,000 seats.

The Luis Companis Stadium is the fifth largest stadium in Spain and the second largest in Catalonia, with a capacity of 60,713 spectators.
Previous Post Next Post