Juventus supervisor Andrea Pirlo has admitted he is hoping to observe within the footsteps of Pep Guardiola, who’s an ‘instance’ to all coaches.
The previous Italian midfield maestro is embarking on his first full season as a supervisor, having been appointed by Juventus after they sacked Maurizio Sarri final season following their Champions League exit by the hands of Lyon.
Pirlo has been tasked with ending Juve’s 24-year wait for achievement in Europe, having dominated in Serie A during the last decade.
Though the Turin membership are taking part in catch-up in Serie A after a blended begin to the season, with two wins and two attracts of their opening 4 matches, Pirlo’s ways have already drawn comparisons to Guardiola’s resulting from their attacking nature.
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The 41-year-old has now revealed he is wanting to attempt to attain the heights of Guardiola’s profession, with the Manchester Metropolis boss setting the benchmark for all aspiring coaches, in his eyes.
“Guardiola is an instance for all of us, he is among the greatest,” Pirlo advised UEFA.com . “It gave a means ahead for younger coaches who needed to advertise a sure kind of offensive soccer.
“Every of us has his personal concepts and needs to hold them ahead, however he’s definitely a mannequin for the entire soccer motion. I like his fashion of play: at all times attacking and influencing the sport as a way to at all times handle conditions. This should be our objective for the long run.”