The Brazilian coach ruled out retirement and recalled some of the most complicated episodes over 31 years on the bench
Ricardo ‘Tuca’ Ferretti He ruled out retirement as a coach and wants to continue his career of more than 30 years on the bench of professional soccer, which has left him with various teachings and experiences.
The coach recalled that on occasion there was tension within the groups that could come to blows, but he highlighted his coaching profile.
“You all know my career, but not everything has been flakes with honey, I have had players who have wanted to hit me,” added the tuka.
The Brazilian coach who a few weeks ago said goodbye as coach of FC Juárez, after a year in the position, said in an interview with David Faitelson and Roberto Gomez Juncothat his intention is to continue as a coach and he considers the best offer to stay with more than three decades as a coach uninterruptedly.
“I’m going to continue…”, was the forceful response of ‘Tuca’ Ferretti before the questioning of a possible withdrawal, a situation that he totally rules out.
“The day I don’t have the intensity, the desire, the passion to go to a training session, I step aside; I feel like I’m learning, I feel productive,” said Tuca Ferretti.
Your last experience in MX League It was in charge of FC Juárez, a team that could not lift and ended up paying the highest fine of 80 million pesos, for finishing in the last position of the quotient table.
Previously, he left Tigres after more than a decade leading the team where he won the League and Cup titles and led the felines to play in the Copa Libertadores and Club World Cup finals.
“I had a great tribute, when we came to visit Tigres, the stadium was quiet, tell me what other coach did you have? After five minutes of applause, I got to the bench and 20 players told me: ‘he wants to cry, he wants to cry’, Well, I receive an ovation from 40,000 people,” said the Brazilian coach.