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Zsolt Lőw: I owe it to Hungarian football
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Posted: Oct 04, 2021 17:49 | Updated: Oct 4, 2021 17:49
Budapest – Zsolt Lőw, the second coach of the Chelsea football team, the champion of the Champions League, is happy to come to Hungary when he has time to help the Hungarian Federation (MLSZ) or the work of Hungarian professionals.
The 42-year-old coach – who traveled home this time for an MLSZ roundtable – told M4 Sport on Monday, although he is very dense in the scheduled club and his later player is Hungarian football, national team and non-fed, to give back. to transfer the knowledge acquired abroad.
“It’s a big challenge to have a series of lectures like this, I didn’t have almost any time before either, so I thought first in ask-answers, but then two days later my colleague and I polished the presentation at night because I didn’t want to prepare to appear,” Lőw said. He emphasized that it was important for the Hungarian coaches to be able to move forward, to have access to the latest information and to develop their creed, which is why he was asking his wife for these two days.
“I have been speaking German and English for 18 years, so sometimes it is a bit difficult to find the words. Since Sándor Csányi is the president of MLSZ, development has started in Hungary, the signs are encouraging,” said the trainer about the Hungarian association. In his view, Hungarian football has not been completely renewed in terms of infrastructure, but finds open ears when it wants to share the knowledge they have acquired.
“MLSZ is open to information and knowledge, try to incorporate it from the organization. The trainings have been renewed or new ones have started at the end of the years, the academies are here, the league system has changed, and now football is being introduced to kindergartens and nurseries” – formulated by Zsolt Lőw.
Chelsea’s second coach stated that the Hungarian national team still has a prominent role in its life, several of its friends – Péter Gulácsi, Willi Orbán, Ádám Szalai – are still members of the framework, but follows.
“I always swim in happiness when I can come home, there are plenty of acquaintances, friends, former teammates and rivals, I could be home for up to a week just discussing who happened,” Lőw said.
Commenting on the current poor performance of his former team, Újpest – the purple-whites last three points in the OTP Bank League with three points in eight rounds – it is painful to see that his beloved club has been sliding down for many years, although Újpest fans deserve a team that it is among the best in Hungary. For his part, he can then imagine it with a group of Hungarian owners, but he himself, with what he knows, is still helping UTE to this day.
Regarding his current employer, Chelsea, he said that as BL winners, they are no longer the generalists, but everyone is generalizing them, which is a special difficulty for them.
“After the European Championship, the players came back in different fitness states and groups, which was difficult to coordinate at first. so that the confidence caused by the BL victory doesn’t go to the detriment of the performance. After a bit of a fuss, I think we’re on the right track, “Lőw said. . League.