Argentine coach Eduardo Coudet assured this Thursday that he would love to start a “long-term” project at Celta de Vigo, who took over in mid-November sunk in the last position of LaLiga Santander and who five months later has with the stay sealed in the absence of five days for the end of the course.
“Everything has happened very quickly since my arrival. I was in Brazil and suddenly, in less than five days, I was training in Spain. There are many things that should be discussed calmly. We have to sit down. Beyond the constant dialogue that exists with the board, to be able to sit down and plan something with greater tranquility ”, commented the coach.
“Now the dynamics of the games practically don’t let you look forward. We have not sat down to talk about a projection and see what we all agree on and what we don’t. But I would love to do a long-term project, “he added on the eve of receiving Levante in Balaídos.
The replacement for Óscar García Junyent sees “a commitment” from the leaders so that Celta continue to believe in sport, something that excites him because he understands that it is “a good time” for that growth.
“When the season ends we will meet with the board to talk and project. If we all agree, put together something good to continue. If not, football is dynamic and you already know it. I feel very comfortable, very comfortable and grateful because they chose me when they had to find a coach. I do not forget that ”, he insisted.