How does he think on the field? What is his favorite plan? And what are the aspects of his personality in dealing with members of the system? .. A report submitted by the “Media Center of the Ismaili Club” to go inside the head of the new Spanish coach, Juan Garrido..
Al-Ismaili had announced his contract with the Spanish coach with a contract that extends for two seasons, subject to an additional season, as part of the construction policy pursued by the Board of Directors in an effort to return the yellow team to the podiums again..
And the official website of Ismaili published a report explaining the way the Spaniard Garrido thought and ways of playing during his training career, which came as follows..
The name “Garido” has been known in recent years within the Middle East, where he has moved since 2014, between several teams in North Africa and the Gulf. later report.
– Favorite way to play..
The Spanish coach is considered one of the fans of wings and sides in football, and his training philosophy has always centered on penetrating from the edges of the field, so in his era with most of the clubs he supervised, the players of the wings were the most important in his accounts, the most visible and shining.
Jarrido’s preferred style of playing is 4/4/2 and its various derivatives, as he used to play with Al-Ahly 4/1/4/1, then the plan changed with the Tunisian coastal star to 4/2/3/1, which changes according to the course of the matches and data to 4/4/1/1, which was also prevalent in Morocco’s Raja Casablanca.
Garrido’s philosophy always requires a giant and powerful striker, who excels in aerial balls and his ability to tame the balls in a distinctive way, so that the team can build on it its offensive plans, and the headers are usually a strong weapon for the teams that it supervises..
One of the advantages of “Jaredo” that he has mastered is to find the required balance in the teams he trains at the defensive and offensive levels..
Al-Ismaily contracted with a high-caliber technical director with great technical expertise, but he certainly needs time in order for the players to absorb his tactical idea and achieve more harmony and harmony between the team’s elements so that they are always able to make the difference.